Candy and Cookie Book Party to Support Girls’ Education

$1,087
raised

Our Story
I'm Ally Condie, a mom of four and an author of books for children and teens. For my latest book launch, we decided to have cookies and candy available for people and they donated what they could in a jar. My kids were so excited to help hand out the treats and take the money, and it was a fun way for the reading community to raise money together. 28 million girls are out of school in sub-Saharan Africa. When a girl attends school, she will earn 25% more income and invest 90% in her family. She will be 3 times less likely to become HIV positive, and her children will be 40% more likely to live past the age of 5. Camfed, the awesome nonprofit we're supporting, puts African girls at the center of a community network that helps them stay in school. From books to fees to mentors, Camfed provides resources to help girls overcome barriers to education and become leaders in their communities. These girls are changing the world!

$1,087 of 1 goal raised
Your donation goes to
Camfed to educate girls
  • $262This is the money collected for Camfed at the Cedar City SUMMERLOST event--many thanks to those who donated!by Ally Condie
  • $20by Hope Braithwaite
  • $20What a fun idea, Ally! I was so sad to miss your party, but thrilled you are doing so much good in the world. Love you!by Jennie Sanders
  • $20Great work, Ally. Love the fundraiser and love your new book!by Lindsey Phillips
  • $200Great cause!! Anonymous
  • $20by Dean Gloster
  • $525Thank you to everyone who donated at the launch party on March 29! Your generosity is appreciated!by Allyson Condie
  • $20This is a great idea, Ally! Way to go! Love the cause and the new book!by Josie Lauritsen

Please share and help us reach our goal!

Candy and Cookie Book Party to Support Girls’ Education

$1,087 of $1
Your donation goes to
Camfed to educate girls

ABOUT
I'm Ally Condie, a mom of four and an author of books for children and teens. For my latest book launch, we decided to have cookies and candy available for people and they donated what they could in a jar. My kids were so excited to help hand out the treats and take the money, and it was a fun way for the reading community to raise money together. 28 million girls are out of school in sub-Saharan Africa. When a girl attends school, she will earn 25% more income and invest 90% in her family. She will be 3 times less likely to become HIV positive, and her children will be 40% more likely to live past the age of 5. Camfed, the awesome nonprofit we're supporting, puts African girls at the center of a community network that helps them stay in school. From books to fees to mentors, Camfed provides resources to help girls overcome barriers to education and become leaders in their communities. These girls are changing the world!

Please share and help us reach our goal!

Awesome Supporters
  • This is the money collected for Camfed at the Cedar City SUMMERLOST event--many thanks to those who donated!- Ally Condie, $262
  • - Hope Braithwaite, $20
  • What a fun idea, Ally! I was so sad to miss your party, but thrilled you are doing so much good in the world. Love you!- Jennie Sanders, $20
  • Great work, Ally. Love the fundraiser and love your new book!- Lindsey Phillips, $20
  • Great cause!! Anonymous , $200
  • - Dean Gloster, $20
  • Thank you to everyone who donated at the launch party on March 29! Your generosity is appreciated!- Allyson Condie, $525
  • This is a great idea, Ally! Way to go! Love the cause and the new book!- Josie Lauritsen, $20
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