About-Face (Northern CA)

Located in San Francisco, About-Face equips women and girls with the tools to create self-confidence and a positive body image even in the face of damaging media messages. Its workshops, speakers and social media connect self-confidence with powerful media literacy skills.

Attitudes and Attire (TX)

This Dallas-based nonprofit goes beyond traditional job training by promoting personal growth: positive self-image, successful life skills and effective communication techniques.

Boston Glow (MA)

GLOW helps women and girls find their voices and become empowered community leaders and active world citizens through programming that includes mentorship, leadership training and afterschool workshops.

Girls Inc. of Holyoke (MA)

Girls Inc. is a national program with local affiliates, each dedicated to inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold. Girls Inc. of Holyoke offers a wide range of programming that's tailored to meet the specific needs of girls aged 5-18 in greater Holyoke. The curriculum is designed to foster community involvement, activate leadership and inspire life-long learning.

Girl's Inc. of Santa Fe (NM)

Girls Inc. is a national program with local affiliates, each dedicated to inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold. For 60 years, Girls Inc. of Santa Fe has offered educational and experiential programming that gives girls the tools they need to excel academically and become leaders in their neighborhoods. Learning is supported by field trips and community projects that provide an opportunity for girls to experience the unique heritage, culture and diversity of Santa Fe.

Health Education Program for Women and Girls: Neighborhood Connections (VT)

This grassroots organization provides preventative health care, health education and social services to families in south central Vermont. Its seminar series instills a clear understanding of women's health issues and encourages participants to take charge of their health and share insights with their communities.

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.

Inforum Center for Leadership (MI)

This nonprofit helps professional women lead and succeed in all stages of their careers. It conducts research on the influence of women leaders in Michigan and offers targeted programs to support—and develop—nonprofit leaders, veterans, emerging entrepreneurs and high-potential executives.

Leadership and Community Action Program of Girls Inc. of Long Island (NY)

Girls Inc. is a national program with local affiliates, each dedicated to inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold. Girls Inc. of Long Island serves girls aged 5-18 in Nassau and Suffolk counties. It offers educational programming that includes Leadership and Community Action, designed to help girls build leadership skills and create lasting social change through hands-on community projects.

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.

Magdalene and Thistle Farms (TN)

Located in Nashville, Magdalene is a residential program that empowers women to live free from prostitution, trafficking and addiction. Thistle Farms is the social enterprise that is run by the women of Magdalene. Here, survivors handcraft natural bath and body products and acquire skills in manufacturing, packaging, marketing and administration that they need to earn a living wage.

Making Changes (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.

My Girlfriend's House, Inc. (DC)

This nonprofit offers a platform for underserved girls in Greater Washington to become leaders in the community. Through mentoring programs, community outreach and skills training, My Girlfriend's House empowers young women to develop positive self-worth and realize their full potential.

My Sister's Circle (Baltimore, MD)

My Sister's Circle fosters long-term mentoring relationships, pairing at-risk inner city girls with highly qualified women mentors. Program participants engage in group activities and enrichment opportunities—leadership conferences, art classes, summer camps—that instill confidence and shape future success.

Oasis (NJ)

Oasis is dedicated to changing the lives of women and children through programs and services that address the root causes of poverty. In addition to providing food and clothing to women in need, this Patterson-based organization offers after-school youth development programs and adult education classes that empower participants to realize their dreams.

PACE Center for Girls Orange (FL)

PACE (Practical Academic Cultural Education) operates 17 centers across Florida, offering community-based programs that target the needs of at-risk teen girls. Since opening in 1991, the Winter Park center has helped over 1,400 girls create a better future, providing them with academic support, counseling, job readiness training and independent living skills.

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. Project Return's initiatives include peer counseling, aftercare and transitional living programs that offer hope and a better future.

PYE Global in Partnership with Young Women Empowered (WA)

PYE builds partnerships with organizations that enable creativity and engage the potential of young people. With the support of PYE, Young Women Empowered offers creative workshops, mentorships and leadership programs that equip young women with the skills and confidence to achieve their goals and become agents of change in their communities.

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.

Safe Alliance (NC)

This Charlotte nonprofit offers hope and healing to women and children in crisis. It advocates for survivors of child abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault, providing resources, shelter, legal counseling and therapeutic support that empower survivors to rebuild their lives.

She Rock She Rock (MN)

She Rock She Rock is a Minnesota nonprofit with a mission to empower women and girls through music. This organization offers music education programs, classes and rock 'n' roll camps that foster confidence, collaboration and creative expression.

SheHeroes (Southern CA)

SheHeroes uses videos, social media and community events to share stories of successful women leaders in diverse careers. Their goal is to inspire girls from a broad range of ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds to dream big, work hard, overcome challenges and become tomorrow's heroes.

Survivor Art Project of WINGS Program, Inc. (IL)

WINGS empowers homeless and abused women and children to achieve independence and rebuild their lives. The Survivor Art Project furthers this mission, encouraging survivors to heal and grow through the transformative power of art. The program provides an opportunity for participants to sell their art through online auctions and receive a percentage of the proceeds.

TechGirlz (NJ & PA)

This nonprofit aims to reduce the gender gap in the tech industry by sparking an early passion for technology in middle school girls. Through hands-on workshops and entrepreneurial camps, young women are encouraged to explore emerging technologies, interact with successful women leaders and envision a broad range of opportunities for their futures.

The Delores Project (Denver, CO)

The Delores Project is committed to ensuring safe shelter for single, homeless women as well as support for those in transition. Women receive individualized services and care in a welcoming environment where they are empowered to reach their full potential and realize their dreams.

The Girls Leadership Program: The Women's Foundation of Greater Kansas City (MO)

This nonprofit examines local and national issues and makes charitable investments in community projects that help at-risk women and their children. The Girls Leadership Program exposes teen girls to all aspects of philanthropy, helping them develop valuable skills in fundraising, grant-making, team-building and budgeting.

Women's Foundation of Palm Beach County (FL)

This philanthropic organization invests in the lives of women and girls in Palm Beach County, directing resources to programs that encourage leadership and promote social change. In addition, the Women's Fund offers professional networking events and leadership programs that empower women and girls to be agents of change in their communities.

Women's Health Series and Education Program: F.I.S.H. of Sanibel-Captiva, Inc. (FL)

F.I.S.H. is dedicated to serving the Sanibel-Captiva community, offering a range of programs and social services that lend a helping hand. The Education Program provides grants that make higher education accessible to young women, while the Women's Health Series invites experts in the field to present a range of topics that include women's mental health, nutrition and well-being.

Women's Reproductive Health Workshop: Farmworker Association of Florida (Southern FL)

The Farmworker Association of Florida offers programs and activities that build leadership and activist skills among low-income communities in Collier County and the Immokalee area. The Women's Reproductive Health curriculum empowers female farmworkers to make healthy choices, minimize workplace risks and improve the lives of their families at home.

Women's Resource Center of Sarasota County (FL)

Women's Resource Center is dedicated to enhancing the personal and professional growth of women. It offers a range of programs that address the unique issues faced by women in the community, empowering participants to build confidence, advance job skills, and take charge of their lives.

World Pulse (Portland, OR)

Woman to woman across the internet, change is happening through citizen journalists. World Pulse is a nonprofit media organization working to train and build the largest interactive network of women in the world, creating a powerful global movement designed to drive a more inclusive global agenda.

Young Women's Culinary Internship Program: The Sylvia Center (NYC)

The Sylvia Center empowers inner city children and teens to take charge of their health and nutrition by teaching them to prepare wholesome meals. The Young Women's Culinary Internship program provides employment and leadership development for young women in the Bronx who aspire to careers in food, health and social justice.

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.

Youth Leadership Academy of Safe Homes of Orange County (NY)

The Youth Leadership Academy is a summer program that inspires girls to be agents of change through the framework of advocacy and social justice. Teens discuss 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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