Join us Wednesday April 12, 2017 for a great night of comedy at the Denver Improv featuring Chris Porter. Buy your tickets online and use the code “SEVEN” to help us fundraise. Portions of EVERY TICKET bought go to girls’ education in our program work. Show starts at 7:30 (doors 6:30). READ MORE
Today we celebrate the enduring strength of women all around the world … and recommit ourselves to fighting even harder for girls’ education and women’s empowerment. On this International Women’s Day, we recognize the incredible value that women of all backgrounds add to every socio-economic system around the world — while receiving lower wages, experiencing greater inequities, discrimination, harassment, and economic insecurity.
Edge of Seven has great plans as we celebrate our seven years of serving women and girls in the developing world. We have projects in Nepal, in Kenya and in Uganda this year. Will you help us by taking on a specific initiative? You can always join us as a Member of Eo7 if you can’t take on an initiative. But hang on, just read the easy options we have below.READ MORE
We’re excited to report that in 2016 we finished 5 projects with your help —great work was done by communities, partners, staff, board and volunteers to support all the work in 2016. In Nepal an incredible computer classroom was funded for the girls dormitory in Salleri so that the girls can build up their skills in computer competence and knowledge of how to turn these skills into employment as they continue their education. READ MORE
Thank you for a wonderful year at Edge of Seven. We have been consistently blessed by all our supporters, donors, volunteers, interns, friends, family and staff. All of you — Thank you so much. We’ve done great work this year and celebrating it with you all through email, social media, meetings, events, videos, blog posts, and phone calls is an incredible experience.READ MORE
As we roll into the final 3 days of 2016 and we celebrate our successes and reflect on our challenges for the year, we’re hoping that you will continue to support girls’ education. The year was filled with great successes and great disappointments around the world. We proved that we can make incredible progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals. READ MORE
Thank you to all the folks who came to our event on Tuesday — the film screening “Educate a Girl” (see a 1-minute teaser here) — https://vimeo.com/193628923
We’re so thankful for all our supporters and all of the Edge of Seven family of friends. Thank you! you guys are wonderful. We had a great holiday happy hour, screening of the film, and Q&A with the director of the film Harry Lynch from Arcos Films. READ MORE
People from all over the US can give to @Edgeof7 tomorrow (Tuesday 12/6) on @coloradogives day — this is a day of giving where donors make a big, real, significant difference to girls’ education. Starting at midnight tonight donors can give to nonprofits and a $1M fund will make bonus gifts to organizations in Colorado.READ MORE
Today is the Day — It’s #GivingTuesday — way better than #cyberMonday because you’re doing something to help the world. Please help @EdgeofSeven to raise money for girls education in Nepal, Kenya and Rwanda. The more total donations received TODAY (and on 12/6) the more we can make in matching and bonus funds. Every donation today is matched 50% turning your passion into the Edge of Seven mission!
So please help us reach out and make girls’ education a reality in these rural villages in the Solukhumbu of Nepal, and in rural villages of Kenya and Rwanda. Please click this link and give any size donation today ($10?, $50? $100? — any size donation makes a big difference) — https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/eof7communitydevelopment/
Eighteen months after the 2nd of two earthquakes in Nepal the challenges keep coming. You may be feeling a bit scattered or full of trepidation after the recent election in the US if you’re one of our American donors. There is a bit of a sense of an earthquake (metaphorically) as things have been truly shaken up and we’re not sure what will happen next.READ MORE