Aurelija's Walk for Women Campaign
Meet Keylin: A woman with a shocking story that your donations will have a life-changing impact on.
At an early age, Keylin had to make a life-changing decision – since her family did not have enough money to pay for her to go to school, she could go to live in an orphanage where she would get the possibility to attend a school or stay home with her family with her loving mother and siblings.
What would you have chosen?
She left her family and went to live in the orphanage. As her mother could not afford visits to the orphanage, communication with her family was limited and much time was spent working around the orphanage.
Keylin is a hard worker and she managed to finish school, but then she had to face the harsh reality that it is almost impossible to get a job without a college education, which she could not afford. Luckily, she got an opportunity to study at LMI Honduras where girls receive higher education, including learning English, and afterwards they are able to change the lives of their families, communities, and the nation as a whole.
From LMI graduates, over 20% have started their own businesses whilst others work at global non-profit organizations or are pursuing further education.
Why I Am Walking 780 km & Where to Follow My Journey
2 years ago on the Way of Saint James, which is a pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela, I made the decision to teach in Honduras.
The last time I walked for 200 km, but this year, on the 20th of August 2021, I will be walking 780 kilometers over the span of 33 days beginning in France and finishing in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia in Spain.
I am dedicating this to my girls in Honduras by raising money, of which 100% will directly go to support a young girl that did not have the amazing opportunities we take for granted here in Europe.
I will be paying all my own costs, which is why 100% of the money raised will go directly to the charity and to support young girls’ education.
What Your Donation Will Mean
“An individual can make a difference...
A team can make a miracle.”
Thank you so much for your help!