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1,400 at-risk girls no longer! The Global Give Back Circle integrates Mentoring, Private Sector Engagement and Government and Local Community Support in a “Circle of Empowerment” that guides an at-risk girl to complete her educational journey, gain employable skills, transition into the workplace and embrace the joys of Citizenship through Giving Back.

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21

private sector partners

21 private sector partners are offering girls mentors, internships, scholarships and jobs.

1,200

mentors

1,200 mentors from 29 countries with a goal of 1,400 mentors in 6 months.

5

countries

Kenya, India, China, South Africa and Rwanda

Mentor
HER

Have you ever thought about giving back some of your time and talent to mentor a girl, even if she might live oceans away?  Have you been looking for a mentoring program that will guide you on the ‘how’ of mentoring and help you make a real difference in the world? If so, join us and see how mentoring will change your life too!

Educate
HER

62 million girls around the world are not in school.  The Global Give Back Circle provides scholarships to at-risk girls in Kenya, India, China, South Africa and Rwanda, for high school, vocational training and college.  If you have been looking for a personal way to make a difference, please consider the gift of education for a girl.

Support
HER

Support for girls in the Global Give Back Circle comes in many forms.  For some, it is mentoring and for some it is scholarships.  But, there are others who give back in skills and talents such as technical support, programming support and fundraising support.

You can make a difference!

Do you have time and talent to offer? We need passionate women to spread awareness, become mentors, host events and help us raise resources to educate at-risk girls in developing countries.

We believe women everywhere want to give back. The Global Give Back Circle provides a platform for doing that. We believe women, from Wall Street to Main Street, have special skills, talent and wisdom to offer as mentors.

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Our Impact

Dear Linda, I hope you are well. To say that I am okay would be an understatement. I am extremely exhilarated, and as I draft this thank you note, I...

“The Circle is a place where dreams are nurtured and realised,” exclaims 23-year-old Asmahan in her parting shot at the end of the interview. True to her assertion, Asmahan’s star...

My name is Rosemary Njeri. I was born in 1993, as the first born of three children. I grew up in Wangige Lower Kabete, which is on the outskirts of...

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