Support Legacy Leaders
opens IMAGE file Name: Lina Idriss
Legacy Leader Profile: Lina was so inspired by her visits to engineering labs in the United States that she created a drinking fountain powered by a bicycle at her school in Lebanon, Marjaayoun Public High School. At 17 she is already contributing to the betterment of her community. The US Department of State recognized that Lina has potential, she was one of 3 girls from Lebanon in the 2016 TechGirls Program. Legacy gathered women role models, organized coding classes, and built the self-confidence of girls like Lina so they can pursue their dreams.
“I have just proved to me that dreams are no longer imaginary thoughts or desires, they are GOALS!”
What Legacy Are You Leaving? Through the generous donations of partner organizations and individuals we can provide global leaders like Lina with the tools to create a lasting Legacy in his community.
For $200 you can support one day of coding class for a TechGirl.
Since 2012, 138 girls from 9 countries (Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestinian Territories, Tunisia and Libya, Yemen. Have participated. They have gone on to teach other girls reaching 5000 people in their communities and schools.
Your donation creates real, practical, and sustainable change by supporting a global network of youth leaders spanning five continents. If you are a Federal Employee: (or have a relative or friend who is- please tell them) You can donate directly in the “Youth Leaders for the Future: A Legacy Initiative” #11143 in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC).