I believe in my light. I believe in my future. I believe in my dreams. I believe in myself. I am brilliant, beautiful and bold!
What is Girls Rule!?
We believe in girls. We believe in their dreams. Girls Rule! is an Arizona based 501c3 nonprofit that creates life-changing programs for girls to help them build bright futures! Our Principles: Girls Rule! is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that provides schools, groups and organizations with educational workshops that consist of 4 principles to help girls stay on track, dream big and stay in school through college:
1. Building & Maintaining Self-Esteem/Self-Confidence 2. Making wise and healthy choices 3. Leadership skills that will help them set personal and financial goals 4. Building a step-by-step plan to achieve their dreams, and identify the tools, resources & education to make their bright future happen.
The Brilliant, Beautiful and Bold movement is an outreach program that is important because we all know what we put after "I AM" will shape our choices and our future. We believe every girl is brilliant, beautiful and bold as she is. We have a passion to serve, empower and educate every girl because EVERY girl is at risk for losing her power, her voice, her self-esteem and her bright future! Join the movement here.
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Recent News: Updated October 2014
2013 BBB Role Model Winners with Girls Rule Team
-International Day of the Girl was October 11 2014. We celebrated in LA as the charity of choice for the womens success summit. We had over 100 women support our brilliant beautiful and bold movement see photos here.
--Do you need wonderful makeup or skincare? Try Arbonne - the proceeds goes to Girls Rule! shop here!
BRILLIANT, BEAUTIFUL & BOLD. Copyright 2012. Girls Rule! Foundation. All rights reserved. (480) 282-4242
Girls Rule operates under 501 (c)(3) EIN number 45-2923956. Girls Rule does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, or disability in admission/access to, or treatment/employment in its programs and activities.