Sabra is 5-years-old and she was born a refugee. Her family fled the violence in Darfur, Sudan in 2004 and has been living in a refugee camp since. Sabra’s story is not unique. She is one of millions of refugee children who will spend most of their childhood in refugee camps. When you choose to see Sabra for who she is, you choose to see the potential of who she can become.
#GivingTuesday is a global giving movement built by individuals and communities in the US and in countries around the world. For this year’s campaign, our goal at iACT is to not only raise funds, but also to create hope for a generation of children that are easily overlooked. On #GivingTuesday an anonymous donor will match all donations, doubling your impact! We will not ignore a young generation of refugee girls and boys. We are looking for advocates to join us in doing the same. We are looking for people to help challenge the traditional narrative around refugees and to see each individual child and their potential. We’re asking iACT supporters to fundraise by posting Sabra’s story and committing to raise as much as they can on Facebook.
In Chad alone, only 3% of children attend an early childhood education program.
13,506 children have participated in iACT’s Little Ripples education program.
Around 24 million children forced to flee their homes and affected by conflict need mental health support.
35,706 children practice mindfulness for trauma recovery while participating in iACT’s programs.
100% of households surveyed across two refugee camps in eastern Chad are severely food insecure.
1,106,010 meals have been served to refugee children by refugees through iACT programs.
STEP 1: READ SABRA’S STORY & DOWNLOAD RESOURCES FOR YOUR CAMPAIGN
As part of #GivingTuesday, we’ve chosen to share Sabra’s story. She is one example of the millions of refugee children who would benefit from participating in our programs. Help your community learn about Sabra and how supporting iACT can extend hope to refugee children living in forgotten camps around the world. Please read more about Sabra below:
STEP 3: GET STARTED FUNDRAISING!
In a few easy steps you can create your own Facebook fundraising page!
Fundraising doesn’t have to be hard, and now there are so many ways to reach out to your family, friends, neighbors, and coworkers through email, social media, and text messages. All you have to do is ask for support!
Did you know that fundraisers who send at least 10 emails raise six times more than those who don’t?
Here you will find a collection of some of the most valuable fundraising resources provided by the iACT team to help you raise money for #GivingTuesday so that together we can help empower more refugees.
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