American Express Foundation
The American Express Foundation supports Girls Inc.'s commitment to grow our network. Funding from the Foundation will be used to develop more effective leadership within our network and improve our efforts to serve more girls as we inspire them to be strong, smart, and bold.
Learn more about the American Express Foundation.
With a shared commitment to empowering girls and women, Girls Inc. is excited to announce our new partner Chuao Chocolatier. $1 for every seven Enamored Collection bars sold will benefit Girls Inc. Available online and in select stores.
The Coca-Cola Foundation
Since its inception, The Cola-Cola Foundation has partnered with organizations to have a meaningful impact in communities around the globe. The Coca-Cola Foundation and Girls Inc. have partnered to bring the Step It Up Challenge to our network. A part of our Mind + Body initiative, this program is designed to encourage girls, along with staff, volunteers and family members, to increase their daily activity level by taking more steps.
Learn more about The Coca-Cola Foundation .
Girls Inc. is excited to continue our collaboration with ESPN to expand Girls Inc. sports programming. Together, we are bringing girls the kind of high quality sports experience, complete with opportunities for team participation and the chance to take on new challenges, that boosts confidence, builds potential and benefits girls, on and off the field.
Google and Girls Inc. share a commitment to advancing opportunities for women in technology, as well as an understanding of the obstacles and biases that stand in the way of making our shared vision a reality. Since June 2014, Girls Inc. has been a partner of Google's Made with Code Initiative, working together to develop innovative approaches to help engage girls in computer science and to see it as a means to pursue their dream careers. We are honored to partner with Google on this crucial and exciting work.
We are delighted to have been selected by HSBC employees as a partner in their celebration of HSBC’s 150th Anniversary. HSBC supports our reading and math literacy work, providing critical educational support to the thousands of lower and middle income girls each year.
Throughout April 2013, JCPenney customers were invited to round up their purchases and donate the difference to support the Pearl Fund by Georgina Chapman, a scholarship fund for Girls Inc. established by the Marchesa designer for which is was named. The $1,200,000 raised through this initiative was used to award college scholarships to outstanding Girls Inc. program participants and alumnae.
Lilly Endowment Inc.
Lilly Endowment Inc. and Girls Inc. are working together to measure the difference Girls Inc. makes in the life of each girl we serve. The network-wide tracking system we are implementing in partnership with the Endowment will provide concrete data on the positive impact we have on girls and enable us to better meet their needs.
Learn more about the Lilly Endowment.
Lockheed Martin and Girls Inc. are working together to connect more girls to STEM mentors. Lockheed Martin employees volunteer their time to empower girls across the country, leading to girls reporting an increased interest in studying STEM in school, a greater willingness to be “scientific” by getting messy and trying new things, a real understanding of their experiences with female role models, and heightened awareness that STEM holds very real career possibilities for girls.
Girls Inc. is a proud partner of National Grid and shares their commitment to support programs designed to help improve the quality of life in the communities in which we live, work and play. Funding from National Grid supports summer STEM programming for girls at affiliates in New York and Massachusetts, helping expose girls to the potential for careers in science and math.
Learn more at: www.nationalgridus.com.
Girls Inc. is partnering with the Noyce Foundation to bring the After School Math+ program to girls, raising their confidence in math and instilling excitement about the "M" in STEM.
Scarborough & Tweed
Girls Inc. would like to acknowledge Scarborough and Tweed’s commitment to investing in organizations that make a positive impact on society. Their gift supports the strengths in each girl, helping them to be strong, through healthy living, smart, through academic enrichment, and bold, by developing critical life skills.
Learn more at scarboroughtweedgifts.com/
S.D. Bechtel Jr. Foundation
We are honored to be partnering with the S.D. Bechtel Jr. Foundation to connect more girls with the Girls Inc. Experience. From measuring outcomes to planning for growth, the S.D. Bechtel Jr. Foundation has been a key partner in the thoughtful implementation of this important work.
Girls Inc. thanks The UPS Foundation for their ongoing commitment to innovative ideas that leverage the strength of UPS and its people to address the many challenged facing the communities they serve. Their generous contributions will help us implement a system for tracking outcomes and establish a set of girl-level results, providing the benchmarks we need to maintain the high quality of our programming as we work to meet ambitions goals for growth network-wide.
Learn more at: www.community.ups.com
The Voya Foundation
(formerly ING U.S. Foundation)
Girls Inc. is proud to partner with the Voya Foundation to bring critical financial education to girls. Through the Voya-Girls Inc. Investment Challenge, teams of teen girls build and manage diversified, real-time $50,000 portfolios over three years with the support of Voya Financial™ employee volunteers. After three years, two-thirds of any gains are paid by the Voya Foundation to the girls in the form of scholarships for post-secondary education; one-third of gains are granted to the local Girls Inc affiliate to support programming. The program began in New York, Denver, Los Angeles and Alameda County in California and subsequently expanded into Washington D.C., Houston, metro Atlanta, Holyoke, Jacksonville and Minneapolis.
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Girls Inc. is proud to work with the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to bring quality literacy programming to vulnerable girls across the country. In partnership with WKKF, Girls Inc. will provide a literacy program in which formal and informal educators collaborate to increase the reading proficiency, demonstrating positive outcomes while remaining flexible enough to fit the needs and resources of the affiliate, the school and the community.
For more information, please visit the W.K. Kellogg Foundation website.