Girls Inc. is proud to partner and collaborate with many other local and regional organizations to support our mission of inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.

Thank you to the following organizations for bringing your skills and wealth of knowledge to enhance the girls’ experience. Please click on the hi-lighted names to get to their website.


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Ambassadors for Children, Kappa Alpha Theta, and Dekker Perish Sabatini Architects (joined together to beautify the Hillside side and make it safer)

Camino de Paz School and Farm (learned about sustainable living, and how to care for chickens and goats and how to make cheese, soap, and ice cream)

Casa Solana Community Pool (gave our girls access to the pool each day during the summer)

Career Day (community members did activities with the girls to show what their career entailed)

Century Bank (Donated gift to expand programs)

Children’s Museum (the girls participated in fun, hands-on science activities)

Cornerstones Community Partnerships (field trips to oldest church where the girls learned how to make adobes)

Exotics of the Rainforest (bringing live exotic animals for the girls to learn about)

First Citizen’s Bank (Provides parking for our facilitators)

Hawks Quest (bringing live hawks for the girls to learn about)

Innovate New Mexico (the girls went to Los Alamos to participate in a day of science, technology, engineering, and math)

Ladies of the Links – Marty Sanchez de Santa Fe (giving golf lessons to girls during Summer Camp)

Las Golandrinas (where the girls learned what life was like in New Mexico 200-300 years ago)

Mrs. Bobbs’ Gardens (talked with professional gardeners and learned about the difference between flower gardens and vegetable gardens)

Museum of International Folk Art (the girls toured the museum and did art projects)

NM Committee of the National Women in the Arts Museum (creating artistic mendalas with a professional artist)

Overland (a company that plans summer trips for middle school and high school students around the world brought a group of 14-16 year old girls to do a service learning project with girls at Zona del Sol)

Santa Fe Community College Planetarium (participated in a program on constellations)

Santa Fe Farmer’s Market (exploring the community garden)

Santa Fe Mountain Center (offered numerous occasions to partner, such as bringing girls from both Centers to do team building, and ropes courses and rock climbing with the teens in our EnCourage Program)

Santa Fe Public Library (the girls participated in art programs and storytelling)

Solace Center (bringing their programs, Amigas en Accion, YODA, Project Aware, and PA