Every child deserves an education. It is a direct route out of poverty.
But millions of children are still missing out because of a lack of properly trained teachers, or by being excluded from classrooms simply because of who they are.
The British Council and Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) invite you to play your part to help support thousands of children around the world get the education they deserve.
You can help make a difference.
Take part in our fun, Shakespeare-related actions throughout 2016 that will help raise awareness for this important work using the hashtag #PlayYourPart
And if you can, donate to VSO to help give children a brighter future.
With your support we can ensure more children get the education they deserve, train more teachers and implement new technologies to improve learning in classrooms across the world.
Starting from Twelfth Night (5 January 2016), we invite you to share your favourite Shakespeare.
We'd like you to share anything - from your favourite line, to a quote, to a word, to a specific production - and in doing so use the hashtag #PlayYourPart
Donate to VSO to give children a brighter future.
VSO worked with 164 education partners in 16 countries.
VSO helped over 98,500 education practitioners enhance their knowledge and skills.
£5 could provide a child with lessons via a digital tablet to increase their engagement in class.
£10 could provide a primary school teacher with creative and innovative lesson plans via SMS.
Donate to VSO, join us on Twitter and #PlayYourPart
If you're in the UK, text 'PLAY' to 70755 to donate £5 to VSO.
Please note that your donation by text message does not include any associated costs charged by your carrier, which will be charged in addition to your donation.
VSO would like to keep you informed by SMS about their work, how your support has helped children around the world get the education they deserve. If you do not want to receive further SMS communications from VSO please text NOSMS VSO to 78866.
If you have any questions please call the VSO Supporter Care team on 020 8780 7500 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Registered charity numbers 703509 (England & Wales) and SC039117 (Scotland).
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