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Giving Tuesday

Today is #GivingTuesday!

. . . and waiting students need your help!

Would you share Sister India on social media?

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Sadly, India is the most dangerous country in the world for women and girls due to sexual violence, trafficking and customary practices such as child marriage and dowry abuse. (Thomson Reuters Foundation)

But there's so much hope! 

Break cycles of oppression for women and girls.

Each year about 30% of Sister India students stop advocating child marriage, end their reliance on child labor, and begin to educate their daughters (and sons). 
Increased family incomes and teaching about the dangers  help to prevent trafficking of students and their children.


A gift of just $25 provides a year of life-changing education for a waiting student, and $750 educates a waiting class. Special gifts and new donations will be doubled through year end.

 
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On #GivingTuesday, join a global movement of giving, collaboration, and a celebration of generosity!

Your voice in your local community is powerful. 

You can share directly from our social profiles, or our website at SisterIndia.org (linked below).
Tag your friends who want to change the world, and if you make a gift, share a little bit about why you choose to support us. Be sure to tag us so we can see it! 

Thank you for helping us kick off this #GivingTuesday for these waiting students!  Whether by sharing media, donating to sponsor waiting students, or both–it all makes a huge difference for them. 
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(And with the holidays just around the corner, please shop through Amazon Smile to benefit Sister India. Go to smile.amazon.com whenever you shop and Amazon will give a percentage of your purchases back to us on qualifying purchases. If you haven’t already signed up, go to smile.amazon.com and enter Sister India Ltd as your charity of choice!)

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