The following is a post sponsored by Yahoo! Every time someone clicks here to make Yahoo! their homepage, they’re showing their support for Girls For A Change.
I was selected for this opportunity by Clever Girls Collective, which endorses Blog With Integrity, as I do.
I am shocked by many of the young girls I see today. While I am not an advocate of female power, I do want my daughter to respect herself while becoming a capable and intelligent young woman. That’s why I thought the initiative between Yahoo! and Girls For A Change (GFC) was noteworthy.
To help raise up to $10,000 just make Yahoo! your homepage by today (6/30).
Just click here to make Yahoo! your homepage now and they will donate $10 per person, up to an amazing $10,000! That’s only 999 people ( just made the change myself)! Not every girl has a caring parent or a good role model to help them achieve the astonishing potential they have. So with a quick drag and drop, you can help make a difference for so many girls that just need an extra boost.
Want to know more about the charity, Girls For A Change (GFC)?
Girls For A Change (GFC) is a national organization that empowers girls to create social change. We invite young women to design, lead, fund and implement social change projects that tackle issues girls face in their own neighborhoods. GFC empowers girls for personal and social transformation. The program inspires girls to have the voice, ability and problem solving capacity to speak up, be decision makers, create visionary change and realize their full potential.
Being so involved in the community of online mommy bloggers (bloggers that just so happy to also be mothers) has taught me just how much women can do and are capable of. I hope my daughter will learn to appreciate that fact and reach out to attain any goals she may have, not limited by her gender. So make the change here.