Go silent and support human rights.

Advocacy + Silence = IMPACT Take a vow of silence to turn up the volume on the struggles of young people fighting for their basic human rights. Collect sponsorship for every hour you go silent and raise money for WE Villages.

WE Are Silent Resources

Download our fundraising resources and start taking action with WE Are Silent!

Here you will find our Campaign Guide to help you plan your actions, along with a student handbook, teacher handbook, posters and more to support you in planning and hosting a successful fundraising campaign.

Student Resources
Student Resources
Student Resources

Download the WE Are Silent student guide, fundraising posters, social media toolkit and additional fundraising tools.

Teacher Resources
Teacher Resources
Teacher Resources

Download the WE Are Silent teacher guide, donation forms, 2-pager to parents and additional fundraising tools.

Five steps to WE Are Silent: Let your silence be heard

GET READY

Set a goal and create an action plan that will set you up for success. From collecting pledges to arranging a silent march, there are plenty of great ideas to start your own campaign!

SET UP A FUNDRAISING PAGE

Set up and share your group's online Virgin Money Giving page to collect and track donations.

KICK-OFF YOUR CAMPAIGN

On any given day, more than 130 million girls around the world are not in school. On 11 October, International Day of the Girl Child, start your campaign to give a voice to those girls and children everywhere.

SPREAD THE WORD

Let your school, family and community know about your campaign and educate them about your cause. Put up campaign posters, share on social media and host small fundraisers to help reach your goal.

GO SILENT ON 20 NOVEMBER

This day marks the United Nations Universal Children’s Day, which signifies and offers a platform to advocate, promote and celebrate children’s rights—that’s why WE is choosing this day to go silent. On 20 November, speak up with silence and give a voice to those whose rights are not upheld.

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