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With your help, we can create a better world for girls and young women; empowering them to become future leaders, responsible citizens and true changemakers.

Emergency Appeal

WAGGGS launched its Emergency Appeal to help those fleeing Ukraine on the 3rd of March and hundreds of you have donated from all over the world. We have watched in awe as you have given what you can to support the Ukrainian refugees. This appeal has raised £166,000 to date - more than any previous appeal. Thank you. We have now closed our campaign as the need of our Member Organisations has been met.

Our Member Organisations are now able to apply for support from these funds to deliver much needed services on the ground. We will continue to update you on the work of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts throughout this conflict and how your donations help deliver this critical work.

If you are interested in supporting other areas of WAGGGS work and the future of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts there are other ways you can support. Read on to learn more about the projects and programmes that you can help fund.

For every girl and any girl

From a one-off donation, in memory or legacy gift to becoming a member of one of our dedicated special interest Friends Groups, there are many ways you can help us support Girl Guides and Girl Scouts worldwide.

With your contributions, we can provide leadership training, a variety of life enriching international opportunities and much more.

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Check out how girls are making an impact around the world

Girls like Andrea, Ru Xiang and Alvin Rita are putting the skills they have learnt through Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting into practice in their communities as they navigate the impact of COVID-19.

As part of a COVID-19 Community Outreach programme, Nigerian Girl Guides have been supporting girls with distributing sanitary towels, facemasks and palliatives.

In Nepal, Girl Scouts delivered a five-day online Free Being Me workshop for 40-50 girls and boys.

The Malawi Girl Guides Association organised a webinar 'The Voices of Boys', involving boys and men in the work on gender-based violence.

The Irish Girl Guides ran an international social media campaign highlighting violence against women during the COVID-19 crisis.

Girl Guides Queensland in Australia delivered the WAGGGS Surf Smart Programme to ensure online safety during COVID-19.

As you donate today, be proud that you are part of a global Movement of wonderful girls & young women who are helping each other and their communities by calling on our shared values.

JLS 2019

“I came back with all these new mindsets, understanding of different cultures, lots of inspiring women to look up to – but most importantly a goal to reach for lots and lots of deep friendships.”

Juliette Low Seminar Participant
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