A Short Cut - To A Short Life outlines a growing epidemic. National Children's Theatre has produced a play that deals with the dangers facing poverty stricken young girls of 13 - 14 who are preyed on by 40-50 year old sugar daddies who roam the streets and entice them with money and stories of the "Good Life", but forget to tell them that by the age of 18 they will be thrown out - used up, penniless, abandoned by their families, shunned by their community, no education as they dropped out of school and most probably HIV positive, or suffering with STD's. These children face a bleak future.
Our objective is to educate young girls and boys of the dangers of sugar daddies.
With your contribution:
You would be making a direct contribution towards the education of girls
You would be recognised as supportive of girls and women and this play would enlarge your footprint
You would be seen to be benefiting the community through educating young girls
This project would make a meaningful difference to the lives of the girls who would wake up to the fact that sugar daddies are not nice men with altruistic ideas, they would learn to recognise that sugar daddies are selfish and that they care for no one but themselves.
Your contribution would show you care.