Who We are. Our mission
The 4GIRLS organization inspires and empowers middle school girls to identify themselves as inherently powerful, valuable, and beautiful.
Through an annual workshop and ongoing empowerment events, the 4GIRLS organization teaches middle school girls new skills that encourage and motivate them to make good choices for real life success. The 4GIRLS workshop brings together a cross section of middle school girls for a weekend of inspiration and gives them an opportunity to thrive.
The annual workshop, offered at no cost to the girls, provides a safe place for them to accept and appreciate themselves for who they are and encourages them to discover their potential. In addition to the workshop, the program supports the girls throughout the year with empowerment events that reinforce the mission. learn more
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Please join the 4GIRLS Organization for a memorable morning with Gerda Seifer, one of the last remaining Holocaust survivors. Seifer was 12 years old when the Germans bombed the Polish city of Przemysl – the city where she was born and raised. That event marked the beginning of the harrowing experience Seifer and her family endured for the next few years at the hands of the Nazis. For the last several decades, Seifer, a Long Beach resident, has been sharing … read more
You and your favorite female can join us for Tea – and benefit 4GIRLS Orange County. Fun arts and crafts from 11-noon. Tea and lunch is served at noon. Tickets are $25/each or $35/adult-child pair. Learn how 4GIRLS has transformed the lives of middle school girls. Bid on fun silent auction items. Questions? Email: email@example.com 4GIRLS OC Tea for Two Fundraiser Saturday, May 6, 11am-2pm Ebell Club of Anaheim 226 N. Helena Avenue Anaheim, CA 92805
The theme this year for International Women’s Day is, “Be Bold For Change”. Looking up the word “bold”, the internet came back with: adjective: (of a person, action or idea) showing an ability to take risks; confident and courageous. I started thinking about people whom I admire for taking “risks” and being “confident and courageous” and on a global scale, I thought of Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Peace prize recipient. Anyone who knows her story will agree that she epitomizes the word … read more
4GIRLS Organization is proud to partner with author Linda El Awar on the launch of her first book, Graduating from Google: Lessons in Leadership. Linda El Awar is a former Google employee who has published a piece of narrative non-fiction that describes her time with the company. Linda hopes to inspire others along their own personal leadership journey through her book, and she has been impressed with our efforts to aide middle school girls. As a result, 50% of all … read more