International Women's Day 2019
On International Women's Day, Right To Play is celebrating our work with girls around the world: 50% of the 1.9 million children we reach every week are girls, and 67% of our teachers and coaches are female.
Hear directly from the women and girls in our classrooms and playgrounds who are leveling the playing field. Donate and share their stories to encourage more people to help girls rise!
In partnership with ASICS and RUNKEEPER ® brand, users can participate in the 10k for Good Challenge starting March 8th through March 18th to celebrate and support the international community of women and girls. Complete the challenge and ASICS will donate to Right To Play and support all of the girls throughout our programs. So donate now, and then further your support by participating in the 10k for Good Challenge ! For each challenge participant, ASICS will donate $1 to Right To Play and for each challenge completion, ASICS will donate $5 to Right To Play (up to a maximum total donation of $25,000).
Khansa is rejecting gender norms in Pakistan through the confidence she's gained in Right To Play's Soccer for Development Program.
Julienne is challenging the status quo in Rwanda, where the Right To Play Leadership Club has inspired her own crusade to get girls back to school.
Right To Play-trained teacher Christine uses our play-based methodology to keep her students engaged and active in her classroom in Rwanda.
Baraa has developed a love of soccer after being taught the game by her Right To Play-trained coaches in Jordan, and now sees herself as an equal to her male classmates.