You and/or your company can give back in a variety of ways.
- Donate Your Time
- Donate Supplies
- Donate a monetary gift…you can even designate your gift to your favorite program!
- Donate a monetary gift to our most urgent need and save the day!
Give through your business with the
Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP)
The purpose of the Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) is to encourage businesses, trusts and individuals to make donations to approved 501(c) (3) organizations for the benefit of low-income persons. In return for their contributions, businesses, trusts and individuals may receive tax credits equal to 65 percent of the donation that may be applied against their state income tax liability.
Gift of Stock
Choose your Stock, pick the quantity of shares and search for Girls For A Change in the dropdown list to get started with the process.
When you support our Bonfire t-shirt campaign, you can represent Girls for a Change in the community while helping us raise money for our programming.
When you invest in Black Girls and other girls of color by donating to Girls For A Change, you are doing more than donating to a one-time event, seasonal program, or short-term experience. You are giving these girls a multitude of experiences, exposure, and opportunities over the course of their youth and adolescence that will:
- Shape their views, perspectives on life, and future outlook
- Prepare them for the barriers, challenges and setbacks they’ll face as they enter into adulthood as women of color
- Help them to amplify their voice
- Mold them into future leaders
- Build their confidence
- Encourage and guide them to make choices to improve their lives and their future career potential
- Prepare them for advocacy and community leadership
Investments take time to show a return, and GFAC is investing in girls from the beginning (as young as first grade) and staying by their sides as long as they need (college and beyond). We’re in it for the long haul and we’re asking you to join us by investing in Black girls and girls of color today.