Welcome to Girls at Work

Welcome to Girls at Work

You have the Power to Empower

Empowering Girls

When we teach girls to build with power tools the results are undeniable.

Girls at Work has worked with thousands of girls to help them build confidence, discover their self-worth and find their voice. In this supportive environment, girls are empowered and gain a sense of accomplishment that lasts well beyond the build.

You have the power to empower. Donate today to help empower more girls.

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Our Capital Campaign

“The opportunity to relocate our workshop in the millyard is extraordinary and we are profoundly grateful for the philanthropic support of all of our partners -especially FIRST for offering the space when they learned the building we currently occupy was being sold.” -Beth Dever, Executive Director, Girls at Work

“We are thrilled to be working with Harvey on our new space. They are an amazing team and they truly understand and care about our mission. To date it’s been an incredible collaboration of businesses in the trades as well as suppliers who are all engaged in making this space exceptional for our little builders” said Girls at Work Founder and Program Director, Elaine Hamel.

To date, with the generous support of a lead gift from the Lois Roy Dickerman Foundation, and in conjunction with additional gifts from the Archibald and Samuel P. Hunt Foundations,   Girls at Work has secured approximately $200,000, allowing for the first phase of construction to begin.

In order to meet our move in target date of April 30th, we need an additional $200,00.

We need your help!

Please consider making a donation today to help get us into our new space!

Girls at Work - New Space - Capital Campaign
Girls at Work - New Space - Capital Campaign

Our Capital Campaign

“The opportunity to relocate our workshop in the millyard is extraordinary and we are profoundly grateful for the philanthropic support of all of our partners -especially FIRST for offering the space when they learned the building we currently occupy was being sold.” -Beth Dever, Executive Director, Girls at Work

To date, with the generous support of a lead gift from the Lois Roy Dickerman Foundation, and in conjunction with additional gifts from the Archibald and Samuel P. Hunt Foundations,   Girls at Work has secured approximately $200,000, allowing for the first phase of construction to begin.

In order to meet our move in target date of April 30th, we need an additional $200,00.

We need your help!

Please consider making a donation today to help get us into our new space!

Diva Comedy Night Rescheduled For September

Out of an abundance of caution for our friends, supporters, sponsors, partners, volunteers, and the vulnerable citizens in our community, our Board of Directors, upon the recommendation of public health officials, have decided to postpone the 6th Annual Diva Comedy Night until Saturday, September 12, 2020.

Tickets purchased for the March 21st event will be honored on September 12th
Diva Comedy Night is the largest fundraising event of the year for Girls at Work. Postponing this event has had an immediate impact. Read more…

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Join Us at the 6th Annual Diva Comedy Night

Enjoy delectable chocolate goodies, sip on wine/beer/seltzer from the cash bar, bid on a selection of unique auction items crafted by Girls at Work builders, and enjoy a hilarious performance by featured comedian Kelly MacFarland – all while supporting the programs that empower, build confidence and help more girls find their voice through building with power tools!

See you on Saturday, March 21, 2020 – Doors open at 6pm!

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