Check out some of the amazing So They Can stories that have been covered by local, national and international media.

Winter Plunge on The TODAY Show, Channel 9

Thank you to everyone who joined us bright and early at Balmoral Baths on Monday 1st August to take part in our Winter Plunge. A special shout out to the fantastic Channel 9 TODAY crew, including Isobel and Lara for their great support.

Winter Plunge on The AM Show, New Zealand

The AM Show NZ joined us on Friday 29th July to mark the first day of our Winter Plunge. Throughout the week, our mission was to raise enough to establish a long-term safe drinking water source to support 800 students and their families.

Paddy Gower & Conrad Smith on The Morning Rumble Show, The Rock FM

Paddy and Conrad, together with a team of other incredible individuals, were set to participate in the 2022 Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge for So They Can — but unfortunately due to a change in restrictions, the event had to be called off. In this interview, Paddy and Conrad talk about their stand-in challenge, which they completed on 19 February 2022 to support our Education and Empowerment Programs.

Neil Finn and So They Can Co-Founder, Cassandra Treadwell on The AM Show, NZ

A big thank you to the AM Show for having So They Can Ambassador and legendary music star, Neil Finn, together with our CEO and Co-Founder, Cassandra Treadwell on the show to discuss our inaugural Global Dinner, which took place in 2021 and raised over $100,000 to support our School Feeding Program. Watch the replay now.


'Leaving behind a career in law to educate girls in East Africa' – Lawyers Weekly

'Motivated both by her passion for justice and belief that education is a silver bullet for human rights issues in developing nations, Cassandra Treadwell is using her legal background to change the lives of girls across Kenya and Tanzania.' Read the full story here.

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Grammy-Award Winning Artist Kimbra Releases Uplifting Song for Girls' Education

'Grammy award-winning artist Kimbra released an original song to launch the Leave No Girl Behind initiative with the international education nonprofit So They Can on Friday.'Read the story here

So They Can Featured on Newsworthy in 2015

In 2015, the Newsworthy crew visited our projects in Africa — this is the story. We were honoured to have endorsement from Helen Clarke. 

The Importance of Girls Education – featured on TODAY Extra, Channel 9

Watch the replay of our appearance on TODAY Extra from 2021, where our CEO and Co-Founder Cassandra Treadwell discusses the importance of girls education.

Kimbra interviewed by Global Citizen for So They Can

So They Can Ambassador, Kimbra speaks to Global Citizen about her original song for So They Can that advocates for girls’ education.

TEDxWellington: Revolutionising charity — Cassandra Treadwell

"This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Cassandra shares a personal story of discovery and invites us all to come down from our white horses and dance with the zebras."

ABC NEWS Weekend Breakfast with Boniface Mouti and Tim Perkins

ABC NEWS Weekend Breakfast speaks to Boniface Mouti, So They Can Kenyan Country Manager, and Tim Perkins, from Notre Dame University, about the impact Notre Dame medical students are making in the Kenyan community.

Studio 10 feature with Co-Founder Keri Chittenden and Kenya Manager, Boniface Mouti

Catch up with Keri Chittenden, So They Can co-founder, and Boniface Mouti, Kenyan Country Manager, about breaking the poverty cycle through education.

ABC News interviews Cassandra Treadwell about our 2016 Sew Women Can Lunch event

So They Can's Co-Founder and CEO, Cassandra Treadwell talks to ABC News about women empowering women at the Sew Women Can Sydney Lunch event in 2016.