Inspiring all girls
to be strong, smart, and bold



FEBRUARY 2019
WITH YOU IN HER CORNER...SHE WILL SUCCEED.
ICYMI: Girls Inc. National Organization & CBS Team Up for Super Bowl
At the center of the PSA are the Macaroons, a team of girls who score big against the New York Giants, showing that when girls unite, anything is possible.

STRONG, SMART, AND BOLD IN ACTION
Impact Story

Roz: Imagining a Future
for Girls

"I came to Girls Inc. after school nearly every day for seven years, and it had an amazing impact on me...Now, volunteering with the BOOST program has been one of the most rewarding things that I have ever done." 

February is National Teen Dating Violence Month
Partner violence can be emotional, physical, even digital. The best way to prevent teen dating violence is to know, share, and model what healthy relationships look like.

Check out our resources for talking to teens about healthy relationships and how to recognize signs of relationship violence.
Teen After-school Program to Launch at Santa Barbara Junior High School
On February 25th, Girls Inc. will launch a new teen after-school program for 7th-8th grade girls on the SBJHS campus. The program will run Mondays-Thursdays, 2:30-5 PM, and is an expansion of the growing Teen Center-based programming at the Goleta Valley Center. To register, contact Brenda Mendoza Alamo, teen programs director.
SAVE THE DATE: 2019 SCHOLARSHIP EVENT
The 34th Annual Scholarship Event Gala will be held on
Sunday, May 5th, 6PM
at the Girls Inc. Goleta Valley Center

Visit our website for event details. Contact Paige Van Tuyl for sponsorship opportunities.
ADVOCACY IN ACTION
Proposed Title IX Changes Leave Students Unprotected from Sexual Harassment and Violence in Schools

GIRLS HAVE THE RIGHT TO...
...Be Angry
...Respect
...Be Strong

Thank you to Santa Barbara County District Attorney Joyce Dudley and her team for affirming girls' rights in our community!