ONE VISION. ONE WORLD.
Helping Girls Achieve Education
We invite you to give the gift of education. Begin a lifelong friendship with one of our girls by donating school supplies, airline miles, clothes, or your time!
Communication is key to success
We encourage our sponsors and girls to be in communication; these little girls need to know there is someone out there who cares about them and is willing to encourage them along the way. Your sponsorship will give them the confidence they need as they go on their educational journey.
Donating school supplies
If you can’t Sponsor a Girl, there are other ways you can help. School supplies are badly needed in underdeveloped countries like Uganda and Nigeria. By donating school supplies you’ll be helping children in these countries get a leg up on their educational goals.
Other ways to help
Aside from school supplies, you can also help by donating clothing and airline miles to One World Today. Fresh, clean clothing can always be used, while airline miles help us travel to these countries to hand-deliver these supplies and resources.
WHY WE DO IT
Our vision is to create valuable linkages between girls in Uganda who have not had the opportunity to attend school and sponsors who recognize the value in educating girls worldwide. We look for supporters who wish to cultivate a relationship with a young woman on her quest to recognize her potential and ultimately live a full and self-sustaining life.
Make the world a better place.
Make a difference in a young girl’s life.
You CAN DO IT TODAY!
We invite you to learn more about our team.
We are a group of diverse individuals, brought together by our love for children and
The Founder’s love and dedication to the children of Uganda began in the summer of 2007, when on a whim, she accompanied a non-governmental organization to the country, spending one month in the capital and in an internally displaced
Over the next two
“Every time I hear my girls’ voices on the phone, proudly practicing their English, or receive their sweet letters filled with drawings, I am reminded of what drives me to advocate for the education of young women.”