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With more than 130 million girls out of school today, we need your support to reach the most vulnerable girls denied an education. Using your time and talents, rally your loved ones to support girls’ education around the world.

  • Bill

    Rally Your Community

    Create a personal fundraising page to activate your classmates, friends, or community members.

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  • Gift


    Make this year special. Celebrate your birthday by asking for donations supporting girls' education instead of gifts.

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  • Counter

    Be Active

    Set a fundraising goal for your next race, ride, hike or performance.

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  • Balloons


    Dedicate your wedding, holiday, graduation or other special day to girls' education by asking for donations instead of gifts.

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How it Works

  1. webpage

    Create your own personal fundraising page to share your story.

  2. social networks

    Amplify your impact by inviting your friends and family to join your efforts.

  3. money

    Raise money using your time, talents, and passion for girls' education globally!

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These incredible Malala Fund supporters organised fun, creative projects to raise money for girls' education.

  • Reed

    Reed's 6th Birthday

    Reed was so inspired by Malala’s story, she donated her 6th birthday to support girls' education. Instead of traditional gifts, she requested donations to her fundraising page. Reed raised over $1,000.

  • Girls reading on a stage

    "Girls Read for Girls" Read-a-Thon

    Fourth graders in Brooklyn heard Malala’s story and wanted to help other girls like her go to school. They hosted a Read-a-Thon called “Girls Read for Girls.” Pledgers backed students and made online donations based on the pages they read. The results? Over three years, they raised more than $15,000 to help girls everywhere get the education they deserve.

  • David

    David's Birthday Marathon

    David believes educating girls is the most effective way to ensure healthier people and more developed economies. He is inspired by Malala, who survived an attack by the Taliban when she was only slightly older than his own daughter. David chose to donate his 51st birthday to the cause by running his first marathon in support of Malala Fund.

Tools and Resources

  • 6 Steps to Being a Successful Fundraiser

    Check out this step-by-step guide to help you get started. Learn how to easily launch your page, choose who to email and what to say, and rally your friends via social media.

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  • Fundraising Tip Sheet

    Use the tips in this one page PDF to quickly bring your fundraising efforts to the next level.

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