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strong, smart, and bold.
through innovative programs, activities, and advocacy.
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WITH YOU IN HER CORNER,
SHE WILL SUCCEED

Karen KenneyMessage
from our
Executive Director,
Karen Kenney

It is a privilege and honor to serve as the Executive Director of an agency directly affiliated with a national organization known for its excellence in inspiring girls to be strong, smart, and bold through research, advocacy, and intentional programming. Our local affiliate provides daily services for more than 100 girls and teens, between the ages 6 and 18, after school and through summer camp. Read more...

Latest News & Events
Celebrate with us!

50th Anniversary Celebration logo Girls Inc.’s 50th Anniversary Exhibit The Alameda Museum Nov. 5-Dec 11, 2014 Free admission for AIK and GIIC participants

Exhibit Reception
Sat, Nov. 8, 2014, 1-3 PM
First 50 kids will get an ice cream "token" for a free single scoop cone at Tucker's!

Museum Lecture
Thu, Nov. 13, 2014, 7-8:30 PM
$10 admission, doors open at 6:30 PM
Local historian Woody Minor and Girls Inc. volunteer Janet Thoma will talk about the architecture of our historical house and the 50 year history of our organization in a presentation titled, "Greenleaf House, Dr. Edith Meyers, and 50 years of Girls Inc."

Join us in November
For High Street Station Café's
Thursday Charity Night
Nov. 6, 13, 20, 2014

Enjoy home-style comfort food with a pre-fixed meal on one or all three Thursday nights in November. Menu changes each week. A percentage of the proceeds benefit Girls Inc. Reservations encouraged. Call 510.995.8049.

This Month at Girls Inc.

Economic literacy, financial awareness and making dreams come true!

Halloween Party is Oct. 31, 2014, 4-5:30 PM. Wear costumes!

Congratulations Girls of the Month, Jessica and Xitlali!

Q: What does being BOLD mean to you?

"It means that you are brave and strong." – Jessica

"It means to stand up for someone from a bully." - Xitlali