How You Can Help
Girls on the Move is a project dedicated to strengthening the community
by helping high-risk inner-city adolescent girls uncover positive qualities
in themselves. Teaching girls positive ways to express themselves, channel
their emotions, develop their creative thinking skills, expand their
cultural horizons, and interact with others will in turn strengthen the
community and create leadership qualities in themselves.
We appreciate your support and interest in this important project. Whether
you are volunteering your time, funding, or support, we are grateful
for your thought and efforts. There are several ways that you can help
our program thrive. Contact us if you have any questions.
Moving Creations, Inc., is an IRS tax-exempt non-profit organization.
Our goal for 2012:
To launch and support our first class of Girls on the Move at Germantown High School.
How you can help:
Help support our inaugural class at Germantown High by donating now. Know someone who wants to help? Know a business who might be able to donate in-kind goods or services? Contact us!
One-Time Donation Amount:
Because Girls on the Move hires professional artists, provides extensive
training programs for them to better help the students, we desperately
need your sponsorship. Your donation is tax-deductible.
Girls on the Move is always looking for people to volunteer in a variety
of capacities. Whether you are able to help set up at our events, assist
with tutoring, administrative or fundraising tasks, or anything in
between, we greatly appreciate your time and effort.
There are a variety of materials that are helpful and needed to keep
our program running smoothly. We gladly accept donations of office
supplies, art supplies, and other needed materials. Contact us to find
out which supplies we need the most.
Attend Fund Raisers and Events
Girls on the Move holds yearly screenings and other community events
to raise funds that will help our program survive and thrive. Attend
our screenings, have fun, and know that you are making a difference!
Phase I, II, and III of our program involve performances featuring the
girls in our program. Attend these performances and see the positive
change in action.