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Stride The Divide 2.0


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Stride The Divide 2.0


Dear Stride the Divide supporters,


Get your school, youth group or BFFs together to undertake the Stride the Divide challenge. This challenge is an innovative fundraising challenge aimed at young people between the ages of 10 and 18 to empower and educate them about fighting global poverty.
Starting with a loan of $10 from their parents, kids are encouraged to do what they can to make it grow – perhaps buying a bucket and sponge to wash cars or buying ingredients to bake and sell cupcakes – the ideas are endless.

With the income they earn from their ‘micro-enterprise’, they then pay back the original loan and donate the profits to Opportunity so that together, we can help families in developing countries start their own small businesses, earn incomes and leave poverty behind! It’s kids modelling microfinance to give microfinance!

Please join with the students involved in this challenge and help raise funds and awareness for Opportunity International. You can find more out about what Opportunity International is doing, as well as donating at:http://opportunity.org.au/

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The Cause


Opportunity International Australia helps you give families living in poverty the tools they need to transform their lives, their children’s futures and their communities.

The Cause


Opportunity International Australia helps you give families living in poverty the tools they need to transform their lives, their children’s futures and their communities.

The Cause

“Opportunity International Australia provides small loans to families in developing countries to help them build businesses, earn regular incomes and leave poverty behind. By helping a mother buy a sewing machine to start a tailoring business or a father buy seeds to plant a vegetable garden, small loans enable them to transform their lives, their children’s futures and their communities. With 98% of loans recycled, the impact continues year after year.

Find out more at www.opportunity.org.au “

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