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One Girl Can’s 5th Annual IWANTtoBE event


Thursday, March 21st, 2019 — 9:45am PDT
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One Girl Can hosts the 5th annual IWANTtoBE event on April 25, 2019 at Imperial Vancouver, raising funds to provide scholarships to African girls to attend high school and university.

130 Million Girls Aren’t in School: Help Change This and You Could Win


Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019 — 9:37am PDT
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You can help a bright and deserving girl stay in high school this year. One Girl Can has just accepted 88 new students into their scholarship program. When you sign on as a sponsor, you’ll be entered to win!

One Girl Can Holiday Card Campaign


Tuesday, November 27th, 2018 — 9:10am PDT
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As part of GivingTuesday, on November 27th One Girl Can are proud to be partnering with AG Hair, who will match all donations and One Girl Can Holiday Card made throughout the day, doubling the impact of all donations.

Online Holiday Auction for One Girl Can


Friday, November 2nd, 2018 — 2:16pm PDT
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Holiday Auction for One Girl Can: One Girl Can is excited to be launching their winter auction again this year with some amazing prizes to be won. With contributions from Nita Lake Lodge, Aritzia, Canucks, Cactus Club and more, get in quick to score some great deals this winter and prepare early for the holiday season!

All Girls Can: Meet the Vancouver Women Helping Educate Girls in Africa


Wednesday, July 11th, 2018 — 9:10am PDT
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A growing team of women and girls in Vancouver are getting involved in ‘One Girl Can’, a Vancouver based charity who aspires to end poverty and gender inequality through education.

The Bladress is Rollerblading Across America for One Girl Can


Thursday, June 7th, 2018 — 9:32am PDT
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The Bladress is Rollerblading Across America for One Girl Can! Yanise is a long distance rollerblader and a passionate human rights and happiness advocate. Read about her journey and how you can support her efforts for Vancouver-based One Girl Can.