News & Press Releases
Girls Inc. of Pinellas Is Preparing for 10 Weeks of STEAM Programming for Pinellas County Girls Partnership Opportunities Available
Girls Inc of Pinellas county will be launching our Full STEAM Ahead! programming for girls. This full 10 weeks of dedicated after school programming is designed to inspire girls to pursue leadership roles in STEAM-focused fields. We are seeking proven leaders in each of the respective industries to become one of ten corporate sponsors.Read More
Girls Inc. of Pinellas is pleased to announce that it is one of the affiliates of Girls Inc National that received support in the form of a grant for $40,000 from the Girls Inc. National headquarters.Read More
Girls Inc. of Pinellas is pleased to announce that United Way Suncoast provided a $63,000 grant to the nonprofit. These funds will allow 63 Pinellas County girls to attend Summer Camp at no cost.Read More
The Rays Baseball Foundation and Rowdies Soccer Fund Donate $5,000 to Girls Inc of Pinellas for Covid-19 Relief
Girls Inc of Pinellas was selected to receive a COVID-19 Relief Grant in the amount of $5,000 from the Rays Baseball Foundation and Rowdies Soccer Fund.
Because of this support, the organization is better equipped to positively and effectively impact our community’s most critical needs, especially as it pertains to families of essential workers.
Pinellas Park, FL (May 4, 2020) Girls Inc. of Pinellas, the leading non-profit that inspires and benefits nearly 400 girls annually through services designed to teach all girls to be strong, smart, and bold, received a generous $20,000 in grant funding from the Schoen Foundation. The $20,000 investment will allow…Read More
Girls Inc. of Pinellas now provides a place where girls can do their online school work during the day, a godsend for many working parents. The students can stay all day while their parents work in essential jobs. — Tampa Bay Times Read The Tampa Bay Times ArticleRead More
Girls, Inc. decided to expand its program and offer its services for free temporarily. Girls between 5 and 18 years old who are enrolled in the program are able to go to the center and spend the entire day there.
— From Spectrum News
Girls, Inc. of Pinellas will receive $20,000 in emergency funding from United Way Suncoast to provide much needed childcare and meals for children as part of the initial distribution of over $1,000,000 in funding from the United Way Suncoast COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund.Read More
Tremendous Support from Publix Super Market Charities Received in the Form of $10,000.00 to Support Girls Inc. of Pinellas Annual Gala Despite the Transition to Virtual.
Girls Inc. of Pinellas received a generous $10,000 Elite Sponsorship in support of the Roaring 20’s Virtual Fundraiser from Publix Super Markets Charities. Even after learning that the event was forced to morph into a virtual fundraiser, Publix graciously decided to keep their sponsorship intact.Read More
Girls Inc. of Pinellas is prepared to be a vital resource to and for all parents seeking daily childcare when our local schools are closed. Our team has been steadfast in their efforts this week by deep cleaning and sanitizing our entire facility and receiving training in the CDC’s current recommendations.Read More
Girls Inc. of Pinellas, received a generous $75,000 in grant funding from the Schoen Foundation. The $75,000 investment will support the Girls Inc scholarship program, and a variety of direct service and advocacy initiatives .Read More
Pinellas Park, FL: Darla Otey has been named the new Executive Director of Girls Inc. of Pinellas. Otey comes to Girls Inc. of Pinellas having recently served as the Director of Development for Pace Center for Girls, Hillsborough. Prior to her work with Pace, she served in a variety of…Read More