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Now available: 2014 Girls Inc. Annual Report 
Thanks to you, our supporters and donors, Girls Inc. helps change the lives of hundreds of thousands of girls across the U.S. and Canada. Read about our achievements and the Girls Inc. girls who benefit most from your generosity.


Remembering Roselyn Payne Epps

Girls Inc. commemorates the life and legacy of Dr. Roselyn Payne Epps, former National Girls Inc. Board Chair and a founding chair of Girls Inc. of the Washington D.C. Metro Area. A distinguished physician at Howard University, Dr. Epps was the first woman and the first African-American president of the D.C. Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. 

The accomplishments and commitment of Dr. Roselyn Payne Epps will continue to be honored at Girls Inc.


Girls Inc. Supports Dove Self Esteem Weekend

We’re proud to partner with Dove for the Dove Self-Esteem Weekend, a mission that encourages girls and women to develop a positive relationship with their image and to see their beauty as a source of confidence. 

Watch the Dove Legacy film to discover how we see our beauty today inspires the next generation and share why you’re committed to being a positive role model using #FeelBeautifulFor!

For Girls Inc. tips on how to talk to girls about maintaining healthy habits and realistic images of themselves, click here

Girls Inc. Joins Google Made with Code

In partnership with Google’s Made with Code, Girls Inc. is giving hundreds of girls the opportunity to learn the skills that will equip them for careers in tech, an industry largely under-represented by women. 

Get an inside look at a recent coding party at Girls Inc. of the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area and stay tuned for more updates from Girls Inc. coders!

Girls Inc. Featured in Letter Sparking Change

When a Florida girl didn’t see any female athletes in a Dick’s Sporting Goods catalog, she spoke up and gained national attention. At Girls Inc., we think that’s bold, and we were inspired to join the conversation. Read more about how one young athlete spoke up and got a national brand to listen. 


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Teavana Oprah Chai Benefits Girls Inc.

Teavana Oprah Chai Tea is on sale at Starbucks and Teavana stores across the U.S. and Canada. Proceeds from the sale of Teavana Oprah Chai benefit Girls Inc., so try a chai, take a picture, and share it using #TeavanaOprahChai and #girlsinc.

Learn more about Girls Inc. and Teavana Oprah Chai. 

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