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 consistent work ethic.
Bruce Museum Seaside Center (Greenwich, CT)

Located in Greenwich Point Park, the Seaside Center is a beachside museum dedicated to educating visitors about the ecology of the Long Island Sound and the importance of environmental stewardship. The museum features a live-animal touch tank, aquaria of local species and dioramas of marine life.
Clean the World (Winter Park, FL)

Clean the World is an innovative social enterprise with a two-part mission: to save lives while reducing waste in landfills. The organization operates recycling centers that collect soap and plastic bottles discarded by the hospitality industry; donated products are then distributed to children in need, preventing deaths and illnesses related to poor hygiene.
Colorado Wellness Center for Girls (CO)

This organization provides a safe haven for adolescent girls, offering comprehensive wellness-based programs designed to improve total well-being. Participants are welcomed into a warm and caring environment where they develop confidence and a strong sense of value and worth.
Community Leadership, Action and Service Program of Rutgers Institute for Women's Leadership (NJ)

The Institute for Women's Leadership is dedicated to research, training and advocacy that advance women's leadership. CLASP is a five-week program that places undergraduate students in community-based organizations in central New Jersey. Through weekly seminars and hands-on experience, participants learn how local organizations are working to address community challenges associated with social, economic and political inequality.

DC Volunteer Lawyers Project (Washington, DC)

DCVLP provides pro bono legal services to survivors of domestic violence and at-risk children in Washington, DC. The organization recruits, supports and leverages a network of 1,000 volunteer attorneys who help survivors find justice and rebuild their lives.
Girl Power Program of Germantown Neighborhood Center/South Shore YMCA (South Shore, MA)

The Germantown Neighborhood Center offers programs and services designed to meet the needs of families and youth in its community. Girl Power is a leadership camp that exposes young girls to new experiences, positive role models and opportunities to grow, learn and thrive.
Girls Inc. of Lynn (North Shore, MA)

Girls Inc. is a national program with local affiliates, each dedicated to inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold. Since 1942, Girls Inc. of Lynn has offered a wide range of programming that responds to the changing needs of girls and young women in the community. The curriculum is structured to help participants navigate gender, economic and social barriers while building a strong foundation for success.
Green Mountain Camp for Girls (VT)

Nestled in the hills of Vermont, Green Mountain Camp provides a beautiful backdrop for girls to learn, play, nurture friendships and connect with nature. Campers build self-confidence and memories that last a lifetime.
Helping Hands for Single Moms (AZ)

This community-based Arizona nonprofit offers scholarships for single moms who want to pursue a college degree and financial independence. In addition, the organization supports these moms with special programs and monthly network meetings.
Home of the Sparrow (PA)

Since 1994, Home of the Sparrow has provided housing and support to women facing homelessness. Through education and individualized services, women develop the strength, confidence and life skills to live independently and navigate future challenges.
i-tri (Long Island, NY)

Located on the East End of Long Island, this community-based program teaches girls to believe they are strong, capable and worthy. Over the course of six months, participants work with professional coaches, nutritionists and educators to train for a youth triathlon and develop self-esteem and leadership skills along the way.
Magdalene St. Louis (MO)

This residential program empowers women to live free from prostitution, trafficking and addiction. Modeled after a successful program in Nashville, Tennessee, Magdalene St. Louis offers residents a safe, nurturing environment and hope for a better life.
Making Changes Association (Calgary, AB)

Making Changes empowers women in transition to build a better future. The Walk-In Closet program provides professional clothing and interview coaching to women reentering the workforce, while the Employment & Life Skills program helps immigrant women establish more meaningful lives in their new society.
MISSSEY (Northern CA)

Since 2007, MISSSEY has provided services, advocacy and support for over 1,000 commercially sexually exploited youth. Lead by survivors of human trafficking, programs empower girls to overcome circumstances–such as poverty, racism and gender-based violence—that perpetuate sexual exploitation.
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.
Rock n' Roll Camp for Girls Orange County (Southern CA)

Rock n' Roll Camp for Girls offers female-identified individuals of all ages the opportunity to learn an instrument, form a band and perform on stage for family and friends. The organization is dedicated to collaborative creative expression, bridging cultural boundaries, and cultivating community.
Rosa, the UK Fund for Women and Girls (UK)

Rosa seeks equality and justice for all women and girls in the UK. This organization 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.
SafeSpace (Palm Beach County, FL)

Safe Space offers shelter, support and education to survivors of domestic violence. In addition to emergency housing, the organization offers a supportive living program and outreach services that assist women in achieving a life free from abuse.
Sisters Circle Project 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.
Strength Clubs for Girls of the Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault (MO)

MOCSA provides a holistic range of services for survivors of sexual abuse and violence in the Kansas City metropolitan area. Strength Clubs for Girls is a youth development program that empowers girls to build self-esteem, engage in healthy relationships and challenge harmful gender stereotypes.
StolenYouth (WA)

This Seattle-based organization supports the rescue and recovery of commercially sexually exploited youth. Through fundraising and advocacy, StolenYouth ensures that survivors receive the critical services they need.
TechGYRLS Program of YWCA Lake County (IL)

The YWCA is a national program with local affiliates, each dedicated to eliminating racism and empowering women. The TechGYRLS program offers girls in Lake County a safe environment where they can discover and enhance their interest in STE2M fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Entrepreneurship and Math).

The Blackbird Project and the Women's Advocacy Project of the Women's Prison Association (NYC)

This national organization is dedicated to helping women at all stages of criminal justice involvement. The Blackbird Project integrates life coaching and arts-based intervention to promote total well-being for incarcerated women. The Women's Advocacy Project trains formerly incarcerated women to advocate for rational system reform.
The Fund for Women and Girls Annual Leadership Summit of Fairfield County's Community Foundation (CT)

This organization invests in women and girls in Fairfield County. During its Annual Leadership Summit, middle school girls from across the county participate in leadership development workshops and team-building activities. Girls are encouraged to face new challenges, connect with their peers and envision themselves as leaders of change.
The Global Warming Express (NM)

Created by kids for kids, The Global Warming Express seeks to educate children in the areas of science, climate literacy and sustainability. Through art projects, public speaking opportunities and performances, children are encouraged to use their voices and become leaders of change in support of a sustainable planet.
The Mary Parrish Center for Victims of Domestic & Sexual Violence (TN)

The Mary Parrish Center provides services and transitional housing to survivors of domestic and sexual violence, empowering women and children to end the cycle of abuse and rebuild their lives.
Verité (MA)

Verité's mission is to end human labor abuse worldwide, ensuring that all people work under safe, fair and legal conditions. This nonprofit works with companies to assess their labor issues, overcome obstacles and build sustainable solutions that benefit workers and companies alike.
Windy City Harvest Youth Farm of the Chicago Botanic Garden (IL)

Each year, this youth development program employs teens from low-income communities to work at one of four farm sites in Chicago and Lake County. Grounded in sustainable urban agriculture, the program exposes participants to all aspects of farming–from planting to cooking to selling at local produce stands. Teens learn to grow food responsibly, work as a team and advocate for food justice.
Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program of Metro Detroit (MI)

Women of Tomorrow offers powerful mentorship programs and scholarship opportunities for young women. In addition to monthly mentoring sessions, mentees participate in career-focused field trips and college campus visits that empower them to reach their full potential.
Women's Foundation of Oregon (OR)

The Women's Foundation of Oregon invests in a better future for women, their families and their communities. The organization works alongside members and donors to maximize women's philanthropic potential and create positive change.
Women's Foundation of Southwest Florida (FL)

The Women's Foundation enhances the quality of life for women and girls in Southwest Florida, harnessing the power of philanthropy to create social change. The organization advocates for the critical needs of women in the community and seeks solutions guided by research and collaboration.
Women's Impact Fund (NC)

This Charlotte-based organization engages and educates women interested in leadership and philanthropy. Through the power of collective giving, the Women's Impact Fund increases charitable contributions that strengthen communities and create positive impact.
Women's Program of Breaking Free (MN)

This Minnesota-based program helps women escape systems of prostitution and sexual exploitation. The Women's Program provides advocacy, emotional support and education that empowers survivors to rebuild their lives.
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 offers educational workshops on a range of topics that include public speaking, financial independence and community involvement. Its mentoring program matches girls with professionals in their career field of interest.

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