Many years ago, we created Dads for Daughters, an auxiliary group of Girls Inc. of Orange County, to highlight the important role dads (and male role models) play in supporting girls in becoming strong, smart, and bold. Men can be powerful allies and partners in creating a more equitable
208 Years. At the current pace of change, it will take 208 years to reach gender equality in the U.S. As one of the 10 finalists in the Equality Can’t Wait national challenge, Girls Inc. thinks this is too long. Meet the Equality Can’t Wait Finalists - https://www.equalitycantwaitchallenge.org/results Equality
At Girls Inc., as early as kindergarten, girls are surrounded by a college culture. Girls with a college degree or post high school training make one million dollars more over a lifetime than those who do not. Not only is financial independence at stake, but to be leaders
Zarina Yunis September 2020 Girls Inc. of Orange County has held its annual signature summer camp Eureka! for the past 21 years and Summer 2020 was no exception. Even in light of the coronavirus pandemic, the camp was operated utilizing an online model and condensed into a two-week program.
6/04/2020 A Letter to the Girls Inc. Community To our Friends, Family, Supporters, and Partners: Today I am heartbroken. I am heartbroken for George Floyd and his family. I am heartbroken for 17-year-old Darnella Frazier, who took the video of Mr. Floyd’s murder and watched him die. I am