The Goodman Community Center is proud to be the new Madison affiliate for Girls Inc. We are expanding the network of local programs and supporting these programs in a variety of ways. Our goal is to one day implement Girls Inc. programming at ten Madison neighborhood organizations and schools, serving up to 800 girls.
Girls Inc. programming is currently offered at six community sites, some offering elementary, middle and high school programming: Kennedy Heights Community Center, Elver Park Neighborhood Center, Goodman Community Center, BlackHawk and Sennett Middle Schools, and Lussier Community Center.
There are many ways to show your support of Girls Inc. of Greater Madison. Consider:
For more information on how to get involved, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.Girls Inc. National Page
Girls Inc. is the spark that ignites the fight for the brilliant future they deserve. That's because Girls Inc. wants every girl to stand on her own two feet. To resist gender stereotypes and peer pressure. To express herself as she is. To take risks. To appreciate her body and to feel safe in the world. Because a girl who can do that has the power to break the cycle and change the world. But to get there she will need a champion. She needs Girls Inc. and in turn Girls Inc. counts on the financial support from our donors. That way, we can stand in her corner, so she will win.
A Fund For Women (AFFW) is a component fund of Madison Community Foundation. AFFW strengthens the community through grantmaking and strategic initiatives that develop a culture of women's philanthropy, empower women and girls and inspire all women to help women.
We are located inside of the Goodman Community Center at 149 Waubesa Street in Madison, right next to the bike path.