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Support Girls Incorporated of the Island City to inspire all girls to be
strong, smart, and bold.
through innovative programs, activities, and advocacy.
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Our Impact

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Since 1964, Girls Inc. of the Island City has empowered more than 20,000 girls in the city of Alameda to realize their potential as fearless, goal-oriented women. Through our national, research-based curriculum, girls discover the skills to live:

STRONG and healthy -- Girls Inc. girls are physically active, in charge of their own reproductive health, and have sound body image and relationships.

SMART and educated -- Girls Inc. girls are college-bound, motivated to succeed academically, and confident in STEAM fields.

BOLD and independent -- Girls Inc. girls are economically literate and are assertive, resilient advocates for themselves and others.

As Girls Inc. looks to the next 50 years, the community will continue to play a critical role in our girls’ lives, inspiring future Strong, Smart, & Bold makers and leaders! Join us.

Latest News & Events
The Annual Report has arrived!

Read our 2014 annual report today and revisit the highlights of the past year.

Teen Summer Sailing Camp

Girls Inc. will be running its popular teen sailing camp again this summer! For information, including dates and registration, download our Teen Summer Camp Flyer.

AIK: Enroll Now for 2015-2016!

Sign up for Alameda Island Kids for the 2015-2016 school year! Every Monday through Thursday, from April 27 through June 11, we will be holding open enrollment from 7-8:30 AM and 5-6 PM for all students regardless of grade level and current status. Registration is on-campus at Bay Farm, Edison, Lum, Earhart, Franklin, and Otis Schools.

Sign Up for Summer Camp!

Summer Camp PhotosEvery summer promises to be fun-filled with lots of learning and laughing. If you are interested in learning more about our summer camp program, please download our summer camp brochure. To reserve your spot now, you may print and mail our summer camp registration forms. For any questions, please contact Girls Program Director, Natalie Duarte.