Chelsea Clinton needs your help in making full participation a reality for women and girls around the world.

“Last week on International Women’s Day, my mother and I joined thousands of people and partners around the world in removing images of women from the media – books, magazines, billboards, and even our own social channels – to make a bold and important statement: we’re “not there” yet when it comes to gender equality, and that’s just not good enough," she wrote in an email to supporters of the Clinton Foundation. "The next day, my mother, Melinda Gates, and I joined some of the world’s leading advocates for women’s equality to celebrate the exciting release of the No Ceilings Full Participation Report and NoCeilings.org – an incredible analysis of global data and stories from the last 20 years, highlighting where we’ve made strides and where we’re still “not there” on the road to full participation. Together these leaders told stories of progress, challenges, and hope that gave life to our data and showed us all that while we still have a long way to go, we can all play a part in getting there.

“Whether it’s taking a pledge to stand up against gender-based violence, donating an old cellphone to help reduce maternal mortality, or supporting women-owned businesses in your community – you can do something today to help build on progress and close the gaps that remain for women and girls in every corner of the globe.

“That’s why, for the month of March, No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project is sharing #NotThereAction, a series of small but powerful daily actions – available on Twitter via @ClintonFdn and at NoCeilings.org – that you can take and share to help raise awareness, make a difference, and inspire change right now.

“I hope you will take some time to learn how you can help make full participation a reality for women and girls in your community and around the world.

“We’re not there yet, but together, we can be.”

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