December Holiday Parade in Pahoa:
Happy New YOU!

We're excited to share with you our successes from 2019 & our vision for 2020.
Thank you for being a part of our Community and helping to grow our Girls Circles.

Below, we present our Annual Report which is filled with photos, highlights, and details about 2019. Enjoy!

We're gearing up for a new semester and looking forward to deepening our Circles.

If you are on the Island, please help to spread the word about a very special offering at the Mana Fest. coming up at the end of the month.

Best wishes for a happy, prosperous, and Joyful 2020.

From all of us at Girls to Women Mentoring Hawaii. 
Successes in 2019:
Check out our Annual Report for 2019 by clicking to the right!

Successes in 2019:
18 Mentors Trained
5 circles in 4 schools serving 20 girls.in Puna and Hilo
4 Interns from UH Sociology Dept.
20 participants (girls, mothers, & aunties)- Red Tent Celebration at the Mana Fest 2019.


2020 Vision:
Expanding Circles to other parts of the Island
Mana Fest Red Tent & Grandmother Ceremony at Kalani (Jan. 25th, 2020)
Galentines Event
Rites of Passage Event
Participation in Conferences for our youth.
Sharing the Magic of Circles for Girls and Women 
Calling Women -mothers, aunties, cousins and sisters - who have girls in their lives that they would like to bring into the red tent to share the magic of sacred feminine space. Can you imagine how life might have been different if you had been welcomed into a safe place where you could be seen and heard when you were going to adolescence? Here's your chance to offer this gift to a special girl in your life. We’ll share song, laughter, truth, creativity, play and ritual to honor to the feminine. Girls to Women Mentoring Hawaii will be leading the circle which will be a treat for all involved. Girls aged 8-18 accompanied by women of any age are welcome.. RSVP by emailing us at gtwmhawaii@gmail.com 
Date: January 25th, 2020
Time: 11:30-12:45 Red Tent
Opening Ceremony: 1:00-1:30 pm.
Location: Kalani
Girls to Women Mentoring Hawai'i is a 501(3)(c) non-profit organization with a mission to offer meaningful connection and skills for adolescents that build empowerment, resilience, self-esteem, and healthy relationships. We envision a world where all people have access to supportive circles that inspire and empower them to thrive.
Mahalo to our 2019-2020 Sponsors:
Disctrict 4 Councilwoman Ashley Kierkiewicz
7th Graders from All Stars After School Program in Kea'au.
Students from Connections Shaka After School Program in Hilo.