According to UNESCO estimates, around the world, 132 million girls are out of school, including 34.3 million of primary school age, 30 million of lower-secondary school age, and 67.4 million of upper-secondary school age. Your Tax Deductible gift will help girls to access quality education. Thank you for your contribution and support.
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Here are other ways to Donate to charity;
1. Donate your time
Many charitable organizations survive through the efforts of volunteers. Volunteering is a worthy way to contribute to your community and can be just as valuable as cash donations.
“Donate your time,” to. “Homeless shelters, soup kitchens, senior centers, hospice facilities, big brother/big sister programs, and animal rescues all need people to help out by being physically present and volunteering their time.”
2. Donate your skills
If you have a special skill — such as writing, cooking, or photography — consider offering your services pro bono. Many charities, nonprofits, and advocacy groups have specialized needs but can’t afford dedicated staff.
3. Donate gadgets
Donating laptops to organizations like ours will help the vulnerable girls who code.
4. Donate your stuff
Many charities and nonprofits accept donated goods, including clothes, shoes, furniture, and cars. If you have some stuff to get rid of, consider giving it to a good cause rather than throwing it out.
5. Organize a drive
If you have the time and enthusiasm but not the money, consider organizing a drive to gather donations for an organization. “Organize a food drive at your work, at your child’s school, or in your neighborhood,” says Hoxmeier. “It just takes one person to get the ball rolling and head up [a] food collection/drop-off.”
6. Raise funds
You can raise funds for charity in many ways—by organizing a local collection, sharing your favorite causes on social media, or participating in a sponsored walk. If you have a network of caring people and some hustle, you can raise a hefty donation.
7. Shop at the right places
In the age of corporate social responsibility, many businesses donate part of their proceeds to charities. Check with the merchants you shop at regularly to see if they offer opportunities to donate to an organization as part of your purchase.
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8. Employer gift matching
Some employers offer matching gifts, meaning they will match some or all of your charitable donations. Check to see if your employer offers this policy and potentially double your donation.
9. Donate your tax refund
By the time you receive a tax refund, it can feel like found money. If you receive a tax refund next year, consider donating some or all of it. Some of your donations may even be tax-deductible for next year!
10. Ask for gift donations
If your friends and loved ones often ask you for a birthday or holiday gift ideas, you can ask them to donate to a favorite charity instead. Many charities make it easy to set up a campaign to gather birthday donations for their organization.
11. Become an organ donor
Around the world people in the world die needing donor organs. You won’t need your organs once you pass away, and becoming a donor is free.
12. Donate your credit card rewards
Rewards credit cards will often let you donate your cashback, points, or miles directly to the charity. Even if that isn’t an option, you may be able to redeem your rewards for cashback and simply donate those funds once they land in your account.