Girls Inc. and MVP’s Project GO

Girls Incorporated® of the Greater Capital Region has entered MVP’s Project GO Competition with the goal of winning a $2500 grant to fund Project BOLD, a signature Girls Inc. program. 


Girls Incorporated, with free after school centers in both Schenectady and Albany, serving over 200 at-promise girls, inspires all girls to be strong, smart and bold.  Project BOLD is a comprehensive initiative of Girls Incorporated aimed at promoting health by addressing the impact of violence on the lives of girls and young women ages 5-18. The goals of Project BOLD are to increase the skills and resources girls have to protect their physical autonomy and personal safety; to help girls and young women recognize and claim their right to be free from sexual harassment in neighborhood, school and work environments; and to provide girls and young women with opportunities to act collectively to reduce the level of violence in their communities and in their lives.


Project Bold

The organization needs your help!  Please cast your vote online daily, now through January 27, 2014 and encourage your friends and family to do the same!  Every vote helps bring Girls Inc. closer to winning a $2500 grant for Project BOLD, and also puts the organization in the running to be selected as the Grand Prize Winner, receiving an in-person fundraising/publicity event on behalf of the winning project, hosted by MVP and featuring MVP’s wellness ambassador, Abby Wambach, Abby is a National and Olympic Soccer Champion, and is an incredible female role model for girls everywhere for health & wellness.  Girls Inc. would be thrilled to bring her to our region to inspire local girls to be strong, smart and bold!


To view and vote for the Girls Inc., and for more information about MVP’s Project GO, prizes and more, go to:


And please remember to vote daily!