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B’s Legacy Lives On!

We experienced a tragic loss last semester. In December, one of our beautiful young women, Beatrice, lost her life due to an enlarged heart and worms that had infected her stomach and lungs. Beatrice fought up until the last moment … Continue reading

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Your App Questions Answered.

What is the More Than Me App? The More Than Me App asks you to think more carefully about your daily purchases. Instead of buying a $2 coffee, you could #forgo that money and donate it to More Than Me. … Continue reading

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Hope Dies Last

By: Rachel Mattovich In a world where we are inundated with global headlines, it is hard to remember that what we do in our own lives really does make a difference.  After listening to an hour-long program of global news, … Continue reading

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Time to Celebrate: Don’t miss Celebrating with More Than Me on March 8th!

Join us on March 8th for a celebration! As you may have heard, we won $1MM at the Chase American Giving Awards on NBC! In honor of this exciting milestone, More Than Me is hosting a party in New Jersey … Continue reading

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GlobalGiving UK is featuring More Than Me in their January “Back to School Appeal”!

Happy New Year! We’re thrilled to share that More Than Me was chosen as one of only four organizations to be featured during GlobalGiving UK’s education month! This January, GlobalGiving UK is making its “Back to School Appeal” to support … Continue reading

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Alfalit to Eradicate Illiteracy in Liberia

From The Inquirer (Monrovia) The Vice President of Alfalit International currently visiting Liberia with a delegation, Dr. Joseph Milton has predicted the likelihood of Alfalit Liberia eradicating illiteracy in the Liberian society.Following a colorful appreciation and thanksgiving ceremony held at … Continue reading

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Rainy Season in Monrovia

It is exciting to see the progress taking place on the streets of Monrovia. With new roads, new shops, and new buildings going up at a pace unimaginable five years ago,  the energy is palpable. To a point. Rainy season … Continue reading

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Angel Flying

It was a hot day in the slums. Sweat poured down my face, the smell of feces burned my nose as I walked around asking young girls if they had any dreams. I met Angel.  She took me by the … Continue reading

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The Stories Behind the Statistics

I like data. I want to have numbers to back up the things I see and the assumptions I hear. If you have ever heard Katie speak, you have seen how real, emotional, and moving the stories of girls in … Continue reading

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If I Were a Ten Year Old Female Prostitute in a Country Shattered by War

Wow. What a title. If you spent much time on Twitter or “the blogs” this week, you likely came across mention of Gene Marks’ provocative Forbes column, “If I Was a Poor Black Kid.” Plenty of people have weighed in … Continue reading

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