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VOW for Girls


 VOW For Girls is a growing global movement that partners with brands, individuals and the wedding industry to end the international child marriage crisis.

VOW for Girls efforts include advancing girls’ rights by providing education, job training, and vital life skills. Over 177 community-based organizations in six countries currently receive grants, and 85% of those grantees are women-led organizations. VOW is filling a funding gap in the global push to end child marriage: supporting efforts at the local level by focusing on effective, yet overlooked grassroots organizations that directly engage in the day-to-day lives of girls. We find, qualify, and fund these organizations with our sister organization and granting partner, the Girls First Fund.

Our Pledge

Unbridled donates 1% of all sales to The Vow for Girls non-profit. When you purchase your dress at Unbridled, you are supporting this life changing cause.

If you would like to join us and support Vow for Girls, you can click the link here and donate today.  


What is child marriage?

Child marriage includes any marriage or informal union where one person is under the age of 18. Most of these unions impact girls and are not rooted in love or choice.
How big of an issue is child marriage?
According to UNICEF, 720 million women alive today were married as children, as compared to 156 million men.
Why does child marriage happen?
Child marriage happens because of rampant gender inequality — girls’ lives are not valued the same as boys’ lives. It’s a global problem spanning countries, cultures, and religions. Within communities, the specific reasons child marriages happen vary but often include: local social norms that continue the practice generation after generation, families struggling with poverty and looking for options for their children, girls lacking educational opportunities, and natural disasters and events stemming from climate change that disrupt families’ lives.
The Child Marriage Crisis
1 in 6
Every three seconds
How are girls impacted?
Child marriage affects girls’ overall well-being, including:

Her Education
A girl who marries early is often made to drop out of school, preventing her from receiving an education and the benefits and options that education provides in her life.

Her Health
A girl who marries early is more likely to give birth before her body is ready, presenting complications that will jeopardize her health for the rest of her life.

Her Ability to Earn Money
A girl who marries early does not receive the job opportunities that help lift her and her family out of poverty.

Her Personal Safety
A girl who marries early is more at risk of sexual, physical, and psychological violence.

Her Legal Rights
A girl who becomes a child bride often lacks the same legal rights that married adults do, including the right to a divorce.

Take 5 minutes to see what this is all about, visit  Vow for Girls

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