We believe in supporting our sister nonprofits who work hard every day to empower girls. A portion of the proceeds from our retail sales goes to our partners so girls in need can attend their life-changing programs.
Meet our amazing nonprofit partners!
Co-founded by national bestselling author, educator, and girl expert Rachel Simmons, Girls Leadership strives to equip girls with the skills to exercise the power of their voice. Defining leadership as knowing who you are, what you believe, and being able to express your beliefs effectively to influence others, Girls Leadership structures their work around authentic communication, courageous growth, equity, and play. They put social and emotional learning (SEL) at the foundation of all their leadership development. Girls Leadership offers a renowned residential summer camp, workshops, parent education talks, and a growing library of online resources.
We are proud to partner with Girls Leadership and support their efforts to equip every girl with the courage, skills, and community to exercise the power of her voice. To learn more, please visit Girls Leadership.
We are honored to partner with The Joyful Child Foundation in the area of personal safety education. Founded in 2002 by Erin Runnion after the abduction and murder of her daughter Samantha, TJCF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to preventing crimes against children through programs that educate, empower, and unite families and communities.
TJCF's goal is to ensure that every child is exposed to personal safety education in order to cultivate each child's instinctual response to recognize, avoid, and – if necessary – physically resist and escape inappropriate behaviors, abduction, or violence. To meet this challenge, TJCF developed their signature program, the BRAVE Initiative, which is an interactive life skills program designed to promote health, personal safety, and resilience skills for children K-12. To learn more, please visit The Joyful Child Foundation.
About-Face was founded more than 20 years ago as a means to educate girls on media literacy. From unrealistic beauty ideals to narrow stereotypes, girls receive dangerous and limiting messages from social media, TV, movies, and real-life events every day. Learning how to deconstruct those messages and fight back to create change helps girls see and achieve their full potential. About-Face arms girls with the knowledge and tools they need to fight back against a culture that diminishes and disempowers them.
Reaching girls both inside and outside the classroom, About-Face also offers numerous online resources, including a curriculum made available through a licensing program for educators everywhere to download and teach. We are thrilled to support About-Face in their efforts to empower girls through media literacy. To learn more, please visit About-Face.