Girls Inc. is a national organization that develops research-based informal education programs that encourage girls to take risks and master physical, intellectual and emotional challenges. These programs address math and science education, pregnancy and drug abuse prevention, media literacy, economic literacy, adolescent health, violence prevention, and sports participation.
Schools: East High School, O'Keeffe Middle School, Whitehorse Middle School, Wright Middle School, Sherman Middle School, Sennet Middle School, Emerson Elementary School, Lowell Elementary School, Leopold Elementary School, Sandburg Elementary School, Midvale Elementary School, Falk Elementary School, Frank Allis Elementary School, Glendale Elementary School, Schenk Elementary School, Hawthorne Elementary School, Nuestro Mundo Elementary School, Orchard Ridge Elementary School, Lake View Elementary School, Lindbergh Elementary School, Mendota Elementary School
Community Centers: Goodman Community Center, Kennedy Heights Community Center, Lussier Community Education Center, Middleton Youth Center, MSCR Meadowood Neighborhood Center
Girls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold, providing more than 138,000 girls across the U.S. and Canada with life-changing experiences and real solutions to the unique issues girls face. In 2018, 810 girls at 26 sites — from elementary to high school — received over 12,000 hours of Girls Inc. programming. We’re poised to help more and more girls become strong, smart and bold.
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.Give to Girls Inc.
We are located inside of the Goodman Community Center at 149 Waubesa Street in Madison, right next to the bike path.