Why Donate?

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Because investment in woman and youth is directly correlated with an increase in prosperity, poverty reduction and more peaceful communities. In fact, the United Nations, World Bank, McKinsey & Company, World Economic Forum, and Goldman Sachs, all agree: when women and young people succeed, everyone benefits.

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Why Donate?

We’re glad you asked.

Because investment in woman and youth is directly correlated with an increase in prosperity, poverty reduction and more peaceful communities. In fact, the United Nations, World Bank, McKinsey & Company, World Economic Forum, and Goldman Sachs, all agree: when women and young people succeed, everyone benefits.

Explore our Programs to see where your money goes.

Meet the people your donation impacts among Our Stories.

The Pangea Network

We’re The Pangea Network, a non-profit working the globe to empower women and young people. It’s pretty simple: we believe that education means empowerment, and empowerment means lives can be changed in a sustainable and effective way.

Our programs are based in Africa, the Middle East, and now in the U.S., educating, training and providing resources for personal development and financial growth in both women and young people who are committed to changing their lives.

Our vision is a society where everyone has the ability to live up to their full potential, and to be important, contributing members of their community. We believe women and young people are an integral part of positive change throughout the world. So when we work with women and young people, we see forward to positive change for families, villages, and entire communities.

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