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Your Impact: Spring 2019

This spring, you gave a fresh start at life to children who need it most! This issue of Your Impact will show you how you’re helping determined girls see the world—and their own potential—through new eyes. You’ll read about how your Gifts of Hope are empowering brave young women to forge new paths for themselves and their communities. And, you’ll learn more about the fight to end gender inequality and protect the rights of all children. We know we can always count on you to stand up for what’s right. Thank you for your compassion!

Your Impact: Winter 2019

It seems like just yesterday we were making our New Year’s resolutions and cleaning up wrapping paper. But already so much has happened in 2019! Inside this issue of Your Impact, you’ll read how, through your Gifts of Hope, expectant mothers like Meyling received mom-to-be kits and newborn survival kits for their little ones. And, you’ll learn how you’re helping children in Kenya get a head start on learning by going to preschool. There’s much more inside, and you made it possible. Thank you!

Your Impact: Fall 2018

As the year starts to draw to a close and we enter the season of gratitude, we can’t help but feel profoundly grateful for you! Inside this issue of Your Impact, you’ll find stories about some of the people you’ve helped this year. You’ll meet Toñito, a little boy in El Salvador who’s fighting gender stereotypes in his own family, thanks to you. You’ll find out how your gifts to the Where Needed Most Fund helped children suffering in South Sudan’s civil war. And, you’ll see how you are empowering survivors of trafficking in Nepal. Without you, none of this would be possible. Thank you.

Your Impact: Spring 2018

Join us in welcoming spring with another warm, sunny issue of Your Impact: A Report for People Who Take Action. Learn how you’re helping to flush period taboos in Bolivia; see how your fellow Disaster Heroes are making a difference for kids in crisis; read the uplifting story of Michael’s 40+ years of sponsorship; and find out how young Champions of Change are fighting for their right to make a difference in the world!

Your Impact: Winter 2018

We hope you’re as inspired as we are by your global impact in 2017. You’re saving girls from child marriage. You’re keeping children safe in Rohingya refugee camps. You’re helping mothers and daughters in Peru break the cycle of poverty through a corporate partnership for economic empowerment. Read these stories and more inside!

Your Impact: Fall 2017

Meet Laura, a dedicated child sponsor whose impact on the lives of children spans generations. Venture to Nepal and visit a Plan trafficking-prevention booth with MSNBC journalist, Richard Lui. See how supporters are improving the lives of students with disabilities. And check out the first bi-annual Because I am a Girl project update in this issue!

Your Impact: Summer 2017

In this issue, you’ll meet Kristin, a sponsor whose life changed when she traveled to El Salvador to meet her sponsored child. You’ll see how your support is nourishing hungry children in South Sudan, and how your spring Gifts of Hope are lifting children out of poverty and shining a light of hope for entire communities.

Your Impact: Spring 2017

In this issue, get to know Mariam and Heba, teen delegates from Egypt, who you helped advocate for safer cities at the United Nations. Learn how donor support is transforming lives in rural Nicaragua through an organic bee-keeping startup and a new pre-natal health clinic. And see how former Plan sponsored children are shining a light of hope in their communities through the sale of Little Sun solar lamps!

Your Impact: Winter 2017

In this issue, read about how Aminata’s life in Burkina Faso has been transformed because you helped give her the chance to attend school, see how you’ve helped children in Haiti recover and heal after Hurricane Matthew, and review the global impact of your contributions in 2016.

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