We believe in girls. We believe in their dreams. Girls Rule! is an Arizona based 501c3 nonprofit that creates life-changing programs for girls to help them build bright futures! Our Principles: Girls Rule! is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that provides schools, groups and organizations with educational workshops that consist of 4 principles to help girls stay on track, dream big and stay in school through college:
1. Building & Maintaining Self-Esteem/Self-Confidence 2. Making wise and healthy choices 3. Leadership skills that will help them set and achieve goals & financial goals 4. Building a step-by-step plan to achieve their dreams, and identify the tools, resources & education to make that happen
What if every teen girl believed this? I believe in my light. I believe in my future. I believe in my dreams. I believe in myself. I am brilliant, beautiful and bold!
Inspire a girl. Change the world.
PICTURED ABOVE: Our Free 2 Hour Shine Brightly workshop with Central High School Girls. Book yours here!
The BBB Movement:
I AM Brilliant, Beautiful and Bold is one messages that we are teaching girls, because EVERY girl is at risk for losing her power, her voice, her self-esteem and her bright future! Join the movement and donate here.
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Recent News: Updated September 2014
2013 BBB Role Model Winners with Girls Rule Team
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Girls Rule operates under 501 (c)(3) EIN number 45-2923956. Girls Rule does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, or disability in admission/access to, or treatment/employment in its programs and activities.