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Best Girl Empowerment Websites highly recommended to enhance the talents and skills of every girl.

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Girls Inc. (www.girlsinc-online.org) Report Abuse
is run by a Girls Inc. a non-profit organization dedicated to inspire and empower every girl in the society to become strong, smart, and bold. The organizations local roots started way back in 1846 and achieved it's national status as the leading organization in empowering girls in 1946.
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Girl Scouts (www.girlscouts.org) Report Abuse
Girl Scouts of the USA was founded by Juliette Gordon Low on March 12, 1912 in Savannah, Georgia. The Girl Scouting objective is to build courage, confidence, and character among girls and make them leader to make the world a better place.
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Girls Leadership Institute (www.girlsleadershipinstitute.org) Report Abuse
The main objective of the institute is to inspire girls to become leaders and true to themselves, become emotionally intelligent, assertive in self expression and create healthy relationships.
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Girl Up (www.girlup.org) Report Abuse
Girlup is a campaign initiated by the United Nations Foundation, to give every American girl the opportunity to channel their energy and compassion to increase the awareness and raise funds for programs of the UN Foundation dedicated to help adolescent girls to have an opportunity to go to school, to become healthy, safe, counted, and positioned to be the next generation of leaders.
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Girl Start (www.girlstart.org) Report Abuse
Girl start was founded in Austin, Texas in 1997, a non-profit organization which aims to empower girls to excel in math, science, and technology.
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Girls in the Game (www.girlsinthegame.org) Report Abuse
Another non-profit organization founded in 1995 in Chicago to provide and promote sports and fitness opportunities, nutrition and health education, and leadership development to enhance the overall health and well-being of girls.
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Coalition for Adolescent Girls (www.coalitionforadolescentgirls.org) Report Abuse
Founded by the United Nations Foundation and the Nike Foundation 2005, the coalition's main objective is to create lasting change for communities in the developing countries by driving investments to adolescent girls to provide them with education, health and financially literacy, a key to end generations of poverty.
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Because I am Girl (plancanada.ca) Report Abuse
A global campaign initiated by Plan Canada, Because I am a Girl aims to encourage one million girls to participate in encouraging people to invest in girls in developing countries to eliminate poverty and create a better world and a brighter, safer future for girls and for everybody.
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Girls Action Foundation (www.girlsactionfoundation.ca) Report Abuse
This site is intended for Canadian girls which aims to provide them avenue to speak out, build skills and create action on issues relevant to them.
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Empowering-Girls (www.7wonderlicious.org) Report Abuse
This site is committed in guiding parents to raise their young girls to become leaders, encourage their daughters to become more interested in math, science and technology and break gender stereotypes and combat the many issues affecting the ability of girls to reach their full potential.
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Edge of Seven Report Abuse
Our mission is to generate awareness and volunteer support for projects that invest in education, health, and economic opportunity for girls in developing countries. We empower girls by supporting initiatives that are locally driven, community focused, and sustainable. It is our goal to make a measurable difference in the areas that we serve through a chain of dedicated volunteers over time.
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ReelGrrls (www.reelgrrls.org) Report Abuse
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Global Girl Media (www.globalgirlmedia.org) Report Abuse
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I Am Girl (www.iamgirl.com.au) Report Abuse
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Hardy Girls Healthy Women (www.hghw.org) Report Abuse
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I Twixie (www.itwixie.com) Report Abuse
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Girls for Gender Equity (www.ggenyc.org) Report Abuse
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Passion Foundation (www.passionfoundation.org) Report Abuse
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About-Face (www.about-face.org) Report Abuse
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The Girls Effect (www.girleffect.org) Report Abuse
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She's The First (www.shesthefirst.org) Report Abuse
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