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 is serves girls ages 11-17. We are excited to add STEM partnerships and STEM field… 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
⭐️ THANK YOU KING 5 + New Day NW for hosting Heather, Rian, and I and allowing us to share about generosity, Fitcode, and Ladies First. ••WATCH HERE>> http://www.king5.com/entertainment/television/programs/new-day-northwest/425-magazines-women-to-watch-for-2017/422856139
Founder T’wina Franklin and her daughter, Aleyia, met the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize Winner + champion for the rights of girls to receive an education, Malala Yousafzai, at a community event hosted by Compassionate Action Network. Learn more about Malala by visiting http://www.malala.org.
New Year, New Partnerships! We are excited for 2015 and we are kicking the year off with a special screening of “The Empowerment Project.” Join us January 29th at Lincoln High School, 5pm-7pm, for a film and discussion about what it means to take on your dreams. The Fund for Women & Girls and Ladies… Continue reading You’re Invited: “The Empowerment Project” Special Screening