Attitudes and Attire (TX)

This Dallas-based nonprofit goes beyond traditional job training by promoting personal growth: positive self-image, appropriate workplace behavior, effective communication skills and a consistent work ethic.
Bridge Meadows (OR)

Bridge Meadows is an innovative solution at the intersection of child welfare, aging and affordable housing. This unique multigenerational community located in North Portland brings together adoptive parents, foster children and elders to build a true home that nurtures strong women-led families while offering safety and meaningful purpose in the daily lives of older adults.
Canadian Women's Foundation

The Canadian Women's Foundation is a leading voice for high-risk women in Canada. By conducting research and funding critical services that address the root causes of poverty, domestic violence and sexual exploitation, the foundation promotes social change and invests in a better future for women and girls.
Crittenton Services of Greater Washington (DC)

Crittenton Services delivers school-based programs that teach essential life skills to underserved teen girls. Through a targeted curriculum focused on personal growth and development, girls learn to overcome obstacles, make positive choices and navigate their own path to success.
Footsteps to the Future (FL)

This Florida-based nonprofit serves young women who are in or aging out of the foster care system. Footsteps to the Future empowers teens as they transition to independent living, pairing girls with mentors who help them build the confidence and skills they need for success.
Girl Scouts

Helping to build girls of courage, confidence and character, Girl Scouts serves more than 2.3 million girls across the nation. (Southeast FL) (Southeastern MI)
GirlSpace Program of the Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana (Chicago, IL)

GirlSpace serves over 3,000 girls in Chicago's low–income communities. This award–winning program partners with underperforming public schools, offering at-risk girls an interactive educational experience that develops their leadership skills while supporting academic achievement.
Girls Inc. of Greater Los Angeles and Orange County (CA)

Girls Inc. is a national program with local affiliates, each dedicated to inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold. Programs are tailored to giving girls the skills they need to excel academically and to create positive change as leaders in their neighborhoods.
Girls Leadership Institute (Northern CA)

The Girls Leadership Institute inspires girls to be true to themselves. They teach the practices of emotional intelligence, assertive self-expression and healthy relationships, giving girls the skills and confidence to live as leaders.
Girls on the Run

A character development program for girls aged eight to thirteen, Girls on the Run gets girls running and inspires them to celebrate their bodies, honor their voices and activate their personal power. The experience-based curriculum creates confidence in critical preteen years and beyond. (Charlotte, NC) (Santa Fe, NM) (PA)
Groove with Me (East Harlem, NY)

Groove with Me is a youth development organization that uses the power of dance to instill self-confidence, discipline and leadership skills in girls and teens in East Harlem. The program offers free dance classes and performance opportunities, providing a safe space for girls to discover their full potential.
Healing Arts Program of The Shelter for Abused Women and Children (FL)

The Shelter for Abused Women and Children is a safe haven for victims of domestic violence in East Naples, Florida. The shelter offers a variety of innovative services, including Healing Arts, a program that encourages self-expression and healing through yoga, creative writing, art therapy and music.
Helping Hands for Single Moms (AZ)

This community-based Arizona nonprofit offers scholarships for disadvantaged single moms who want to pursue a college degree. In addition, the organization supports these moms with special programs and monthly network meetings.
INNterim Housing Corporation (MD)

This nonprofit operates two transitional housing programs that welcome homeless women and children in Baltimore County. INNterim offers a supportive environment and the necessary resources these women need to gain employment, maintain self-sufficiency and transition back into the community.
Job Readiness Program of The Mary Parrish Center for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence (Nashville, TN)

The Mary Parrish Center provides services and housing to victims of domestic and sexual violence, empowering survivors to end the cycle of abuse and rebuild their lives. The Job Readiness Program offers residents a structured environment where they develop valuable skills for career success and participate in the management of the center.
Project Courage Program of Harbor House of Central Florida (FL)

"Recognize. Respond. Refer." Project Courage aims to end domestic abuse through prevention. It works with all levels of a community, first responders, faith institutions and area businesses to provide recognition of what abuse means, how to respond and how to provide justice and resources to survivors.
Leadership Development Program of the Women's Fund of Long Island (Long Island, NY)

This regionally targeted Women's Fund gives grants to organizations that work for social and economic equality. It addresses emerging issues facing women and girls in the areas of economic opportunity, women's rights, gender equity and leadership.
Workplace Readiness Program of Oasis (NJ)

The Oasis Workplace Readiness Program offers women a "hand up" rather than a "hand out," preparing them for the job market through job search training, resume writing, and mock interviews. Graduates of the eight-week program learn skills and tools for career success.
Passion Foundation (Vancouver, BC)

The Passion Foundation provides girls with a nurturing environment and support system to achieve personal success. Through leadership development, self-exploration, positive role modeling and community building, these young women learn to build healthy relationships with their peers and connect with their life purpose.
Project Return (CT)

This therapeutic group home in Westport, Connecticut, provides teen girls in crisis with the clinical care, emotional support and unconditional love they need to heal and grow. Additional Project Return initiatives include peer counseling, aftercare and transitional living programs that encourage self-sufficiency and personal responsibility.
Rosa, the UK Fund for Women and Girls (UK)

Rosa raises funds and makes grants to initiatives and groups that tackle specific issues around women's safety, economic justice, health and well-being and representation in society.
Sister Circle Program of Second Chance-Last Opportunity (Sarasota, FL)

This peer-led, skill-building intervention program is designed to educate and empower women to move to the next level of education or job readiness. Participants gain skills and confidence, resulting in changes in behavior, attitude and expectations. The whole family feels the impact when these women begin to live healthier and more fulfilled lives.
Strong Women, Strong Girls (Boston, MA)

Strong Women, Strong Girls is a nationally recognized mentoring program that connects elementary school girls with college women. Its model of mutual empowerment creates a cycle of supportive relationships, strong social and emotional skills and high aspirations for the future.
Tech Trek by American Association of University Women, Washington (WA)

At Tech Trek, girls meet successful women in science, technology, engineering and math – role models who inspire them to discover their passions. For many young alumnae, this experiential summer camp ignites a life-long interest in STEM fields, placing them on the path to personal success.
The Delores Project: Shelter and Services for Homeless Women (Denver, CO)

The Delores Project is committed to ensuring safe shelter for single, homeless women as well as support for those in transition. Guests receive individualized services and care in a welcoming environment free of judgment.
Veronica's Voice (MO)

This Kansas City advocacy and survivor-recovery program is dedicated to serving victims of prostitution, sexual exploitation and sex trafficking. Veronica's Voice offers a 24-hour crisis hotline, outreach activities and court services that allow women of all ages to heal in body, mind and spirit.
Visions Camp of Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association (VT)

At this summer day camp, adolescent girls learn skills that strengthen self-confidence, increasing their potential to make healthy life choices. Campers create lasting friendships while discovering new interests, from cooking and archery to swimming and art.
Women's Foundation of Greater St. Louis (St. Louis, MO)

This nonprofit examines local and national issues and makes charitable investments in community projects that help at-risk women and their children. It supports educational, socioeconomic and health initiatives to help women fully participate in their communities.
Women's Fund of Western Massachusetts (MA)

This regionally targeted Women's Fund gives grants to organizations that work for social and economic equality. It addresses emerging issues facing women and girls in the areas of economic opportunity, women's rights, gender equity and leadership.
Women's Rights in Minnesota and The United States: The Advocates for Human Rights (MN)

Through research, education and advocacy, this nonprofit promotes human rights for women in Minnesota and the US. In addition to offering local educational programs, it has been instrumental in strengthening state laws to better protect women and children who are victims of human trafficking.
Young Women Leaders Program of the Women Leaders Forum of the Coachella Valley (Palm Desert, CA)

An active and innovative outreach program providing leadership training to high school girls in the Coachella Valley, California, YWL has programs on everything from public speaking to financial independence and community involvement. Its mentoring program matches girls with professionals in their career field of interest.
Youth Leadership Academy of Safe Homes of Orange County (NY)

The Youth Leadership Academy is a summer program that inspires girls to "be an agent of change" through the framework of advocacy and social justice. Teens discuss a range of issues that affect their schools and communities–including sexual assault, gender roles, bullying and domestic violence–and develop the tools to challenge violence and oppression.

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