Show a Vulnerable Girl Some Love

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For the Love of Girls and Pads

Most girls look forward to the big day when their first monthly “period” arrives, and they can embrace the onset of womanhood.  But for girls in poverty, this day is full of shame, dread and even disease. Young women in developing nations don’t have access to sanitary products, and this leads to poor hygiene and a host of other serious challenges.

Imagine being a young woman and facing a week of bleeding with no supplies, no clean water and limited clothing!  My two daughters who grew up in Uganda really opened my eyes about what they suffered related to this disparity. 

And even more tragic, girls are often forced to remain home from school while menstruating, putting them behind their peers and causing them to drop out.  Can you imagine dropping out of school due to a period????  Talk about disparity!!!! 

Pharaoh’s Daughters wants to prevent girls in orphanages from being placed in these terrible circumstances.  We are partnering with a new project in Uganda that will help girls stay in school by providing sanitary products. 

Please watch the video below as my daughters Agnes and Ruth explain!  

We hope you can join us this Valentine’s Day to show a girl some love and give her the hygiene security she needs this year!

Your gift of only $15.00 supplies a girl for one year!!! 

Our goal is to bring this joy to 100 girls this Valentine’s Day!  Will you please help???? 

Skip the fattening candy and overpriced cards and help a girl with her most basic needs!

Thank you for helping us love some girls today!  We appreciate you!

Jodi

Jodi

Jodi and her husband Jerry have nine children, six through adoption. Their experience includes both domestic and international adoption, and they are passionate advocates for adoption of older children. Jodi and her daughter Agnes Tucker are the authors of Fasten Your Sweet Belt: 10 Things You Need to Know About Older Child Adoption. They speak widely on the subject and advocate for children worldwide. More about Jodi can be found at jodijacksontucker.com

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