Atoot is a Sports for Development NGO which uses daily football, educational classes and life skills workshops to empower and educate girls in a rural Nepal village. Girls ranging from age 5 – 18 years attend their program and they engage an average of 50 girls on a daily basis. Since the lockdown began in Nepal, Atoot’s beneficiaries have been restricted to their village homes, preventing them from accessing the consistent support of Atoot, and placing them at risk of grooming to become child brides due to a lack of familial financial security. Once the Nepali government lifts the lockdown, Atoot aims to resume their daily programming, purchase necessary PPE/cleaning essentials, add an extra educational officer and purchase a used scooter to transport their staff safely to and from the village. They expect that the return of their safe spaces will reenergize their beneficiaries’ independent thinking, social development and community girl empowerment.