Celebrate Mother’s Day with the Girls Opportunity Alliance
This Mother’s Day, thank your mom or the one who raised you by paying it forward to girls around the world.
We hope you’ll join us in supporting and empowering girls around the world by donating to the Girls Opportunity Alliance Fund on behalf of your mother and downloading one of these cards, designed by students from the Girls Opportunity Alliance community around the world, to let her know about your gift. Your donation will support girls like the artists behind these cards and will move us closer to a world where all girls receive the opportunities they deserve.
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Check out the e-cards below, and learn more about the girls who created them.
About the Artist: Muzhda, Razia’s Ray of Hope Foundation
Muzhda is a 14-year-old student from Kabul, Afghanistan who dreams of becoming a teacher when she grows up. She lives with her five siblings and her parents, who all encourage her studies. Muzdha says her mom always ensures that the children have new clothes and supplies for school, even when that means she can’t buy new clothes for herself. “My mom always tells me to never drop out of school for any reason,” Muzdha says. “I have no words to share how much I love her.”
About the Artist: Ngọc Ngân, Pacific Links Foundation
Ngọc Ngân is 18 years old and attends 12th grade at her school in Vietnam. Her mom works as a chef’s assistant in a distant town to help raise money for the family, and she is only able to visit once per year. During those cherished visits, Ngọc Ngân shows her mom her drawings and tells her about her dreams of becoming a graphic designer. She loves to enter drawing competitions, and her mom’s sacrifice and support have made it possible for her to pursue her dreams of becoming an artist. “I love the creative process when I draw,” she says. “I can bring my imagination to life through pictures.”
About the Artist: Cinderella, ACESWorld
Cinderella is 12 years old and lives in a rural community in Goaso, Ghana. She is the youngest of three siblings and lives with her mom, who is a food vendor. Cinderella dreams of becoming an architect when she grows up, despite challenges that girls face where she lives. Child marriage is a major barrier to education in her community, but Cinderella’s mom has protected her from this and encourages her to stay in school. “With her support, I am learning to achieve my dreams,” Cinderella says.
About the Artist: Trang, Rock-Paper-Scissors Children’s Fund
Trang is an 18-year-old high school student from Vietnam who lives with her brother and her parents. Her mother is a teacher who has instilled the importance of education to her children for their entire lives. Trang hopes to become an artist when she graduates from school, and she’s grateful that her parents are supporting her dream. She says, “I wouldn’t be who I am today without my mother. I want to thank her for everything.”