COVID-19: How Your Support Helps Women and Girls During the Pandemic

The Empowering Girls Project

The Boys and Girls Club of Summerside, Summerside, Prince Edward Island In a safe, supportive space, girls aged 12 to 13 build healthy relationships, develop confidence, and learn how to identify and pursue their dreams. Through this 16-week interactive program, girls are encouraged to discover their strengths and abilities. There is a strong focus on […]


CRC Girls Program

Community Resource Centre (Killaloe) Inc., Killaloe, Ontario Through weekly sessions, this program empowers girls in rural Renfrew County to explore new skills, take on challenges, and celebrate their strengths. Girls aged 9 to 13 will have the opportunity to participate in physical activities, games, media-awareness activities, and art projects. The programming, which is grounded in […]


Go Girls! Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Saint John, Inc., Saint John, New Brunswick This school-based group mentoring program encourages girls aged 10 to 14 to develop positive habits around physical activity, balanced eating, and self-esteem. In the program, eight girls are matched with two mentors for 14 weeks. Each of the weekly sessions has a topic […]


Girls Got Game

Options Community Services Society, Surrey, British Columbia Faced with cultural and language barriers, newcomer and refugee girls may be unable to access community activities that promote physical activity. Girls Got Game reduces these barriers, providing guided weekly activities in an inclusive, non-competitive environment. The girls can try different sports and physical activities, strengthen their personal […]



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