Claire Doran’s Vietnam Cycle for Girls – April 2017

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€4,796.00 of your €3,750.00 goal



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Ended 20th May 2017

I am raising funds for Plan International's Cycle for Girls campaign. As someone who believes that your gender has nothing to do with what you can achieve, this is a cause that I am very passionate about.
127.89% Raised
€4,796.00 donated of €3,750.00 goal
77 Donors
Campaign has ended

Plan International is a leading children’s rights organisation working in 71 countries around the world, helping poor and marginalised children realise their full potential.

The Cycle for Girls is a challenging 250km cycle across Vietnam which aims to raise vital funds for girls education projects. 62 million girls are not in school today, simply because they are girls. But with your help we can change this, and ensure girls in Vietnam get the education, skills and support they need to transform their lives and the world around them.

Being a girl in the developing world is tough. It means you are more likely to be married off early, find yourself having a child while still a child yourself, drop out of school,  suffer from violence and abuse, be the last to be fed, and ultimately be the last to be heard.

Plan International’s 80 years of experience has proven to us that supporting children and girls is the best investment we can make in the world today. If we invest smartly in them, they can decide the future they want for themselves and for their children. They can educate themselves and those around them. They can invest and save and reinvest.

Ultimately, they can make the world, OUR world, better.

I am paying for the costs of the campaign (€1500)myself so I need some support in achieving my fundraising goal. Anything that you can donate would be greatly appreciated : ) I hope that you can support me on this very worthwhile cause to make their futures and world a brighter place.

For More information on Because I am a Girl click here!

Donations received

  1. Gary Duffy

  2. Denise Parker

  3. Corporate Citizenship


  5. Frank Murtagh

  6. Tracy O\'Brien

  7. Jennifer Redmond

  8. Darragh Kearney

  9. Gerard Whelan

  10. Carol Mulligan


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