We are excited to begin programming this year. Sisterhood in the City continues to be a partnership between Tacoma Urban League’s Girls with Purpose, Girl Scouts of Western Washington, Greater Tacoma Community Foundation, and Ladies First. Sisterhood in the City serves girls ages 11-17. We are excited to add STEM partnerships and STEM field trip… Continue reading Sisterhood in the City 💓 2.0
This is what GIRL SCIENTISTS look like! 👩🏾⚕️👩🏿⚕️👩🏾🔬👩🏽💻 #STEMgirlsrock #253girls Checkout this sweet article about our camp. I really love my career. 💁🏾♀️ I will spend my weekend with these ladies at Environmental Justice Camp for Girls hosted by Tacoma Urban League + Citizens for a Healthy Bay. We designed this camp to allow these… Continue reading Environmental Justice Camp
Laced with trap music, a heavy beat-based genre of rap originating from the South, Trap Vinyasa™ is a high-energy yoga fitness class designed to help you experience liberty through movement while releasing years of body dysmorphia, this class meets you exactly where you’re at. A body positive yogic experience, Trap Vinyasa™ ensures you step into… Continue reading TRAP VINYASA w/ Abiola
**UPDATE: All luncheon photos are below. Sisterhood in the City Family: The Girl Scouts G.I.R.L. Luncheon is Thursday, April 19th, 11:30-1PM. This year’s luncheon is recognizing and celebrating our girls of Sisterhood in the City! Please attend. Yes, this means parents will pick-up girls from school early (if you can). Girls and their families as… Continue reading G.I.R.L. 💗💛💙💚 Luncheon
Chelsea provides affordable photography in the Tacoma, Lakewood, Seattle and surrounding areas. Photo Credit: Chelsea Tornga Photography Web: www.Chelseatorngaphotography.smugmug.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChelseaTorngaPhotography Contact Her: http://www.Chelseatornga_photography@yahoo.com Thank you, Chelsea!
Below is a list of our community partners who have shown love, support, donated their time, volunteered in several different capacity, and built bridges for our girls into the broader community: VeloFemmes ~ A group of women who have come together with the goal of sharing a love of bicycles and inspiring other women to… Continue reading Ladies First Community Partners
Make a Difference Day, a national community service event, was started in 1992 by USA Weekend magazine and takes place annually on the fourth Saturday of October. Thanks to The News Trubune for featuring Ladies First in today’s paper!!