On the night of April 14, 2014, 276 teenage girls were abducted from their boarding school in Borno, Nigeria by a terrorist group. Varying reports have stated that some girls have since escaped, but to date, approximately 230 girls are still missing.



Protesters across Nigeria have been rallying to draw attention to the plight of the girls, and encourage local and international military action. Initially, the Nigerian army released a statement claiming to have rescued the girls, but has since retracted that claim. The Nigerian president has called for international support to rescue the abducted girls.

In light of the recent events, CHIME FOR CHANGE strategic partner Catapult is raising money to distribute to organizations working in Nigeria to support girls' education.

You can help the cause by donating $10 now by texting BRINGBACK to 50555 or you can donate online to #ChimeIn and help bring back our girls. For more information, visit ChimeForChange.org