Champions for Change
Through education, fundraising, advocacy and service, Girl Up Club members develop the leadership skills necessary to make a positive impact in the lives of girls everywhere. Who can start a Club? Middle school, junior high, high school or homeschooled students.
Girl Up Clubs
Every Girl can be a Leader.
Girl Up is working toward a world where girls have equal value, access, and opportunities to reach their fullest potential. We’ve impacted the lives of 58,000 girls through our 3,300 Clubs in more than 120 countries and all 50 U.S. states.
As our most active supporters, Girl Up Club members make a difference in the lives of girls around the world, empowering their communities near and far. Girl Up provides a platform and guides girls along their journey from leader to changemaker with specialized programming in organizing, advocacy, fundraising, and communications. Our programming exposes girl leaders to issues at the intersection of gender equality and sports, STEM, storytelling, and more – we position girls to be leaders across industries where women are underrepresented.
When girls take part in Girl Up programs, they experience higher self-confidence, compassion, empathy, social collaboration and civic participation.
What’s in it for You?
You can make a difference; we can help. When you start or join a Club, you’ll have access to resources including the Girl Up Community web portal, Girl Up Club Grants, invites to special events and more!
Theta Nu Xi
Girls are powerful. When girls stand up for girls in need, they empower each other and transform our world. Girl Up and Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority, Inc. have partnered together to create a world where girls everywhere are more educated, healthy, safe and empowered to be leaders.
Join us and be part of the growing Girl Up movement across the U.S. and around the world.
Start your own Girl Up Club or join an existing one.Register
If you are a college or university student, please visit Girl Up Campus.Start a Campus Club
Out of school? Create or join a network of early-career professionals.Get Involved