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How we work
with our partners

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Partner

We partner with local,
girl-serving organizations

We provide capacity building training, promotional materials, and a fundraising toolkit

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Girl Boss
Advisors

Partners recruit Girl Boss Advisors (GBAs) who are women from the community: mentors, volunteers, or teachers

One GBA implements a program
for up to 30 girls

​We provide program training, a Girl Boss Advisor Guide, and program management tools

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Participants

Girls ages 12-24 from underserved communities

We provide digital copies of Girl Boss books, impact assessments, and completion certificates.

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What our partners and collaborators say about us

"[With Girl Boss] our girls have become empathetic leaders who want to offer solutions to their communities… They know that they do not need large sums of capital to start the journey to their dreams and now believe in the saving culture. Most girls have developed confidence and pride in who they are and their passions. Most importantly, the girls have started thinking about their dreams and goals."

Susan Tusabe

Founding Director, Art of a child

WHAT

WE PROVIDE

  • Customizable curriculum

  • Capacity-building training for partners

  • Program training for facilitators

  • Program management tools

  • Impact assessments

  • Completion certificates

  • Promotional material

  • Fundraising toolkit

  • Global community of partners and facilitators

*Launch Girls is a knowledge partner and does not provide funding

YOUR
ROLE 

  • Access to girls ages 12-24

  • A program manager to manage the
    implementation of the program and

    be a point of contact for Launch Girls

  • Facilitators

  • Safe space and time to implement the program

  • Printing and any additional implementation costs

REMOTE PARTNERS

Community-based organizations, nonprofits, and/or schools that

Serve girls ages 12-24 from underserved communities; are aligned with our mission to economically empower adolescent girls and have a need for our programming

Provide a program manager and facilitators to implement the programs

Have access to the internet and technology; are digitally proficient to undertake online and virtual training

Provide access to a safe space and time to implement the program

Are able to cover all implementation costs

INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERS

National or international nonprofits, government institutions, and/or school systems that

Serve a minimum of 10,000 girls ages 12-24 from underserved communities; are aligned with our mission to economically empower adolescent girls and have a need for our programming

Provide a program manager and facilitators to implement the programs

Have access to the internet and technology; are able to make arrangements for in-person training 

Provide access to a safe space and time to implement the program

Are able to cover all implementation costs

Commit to piloting with a minimum of 1,000 girls​

Our Partners

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