Programs for African American Girls

Organizations That Encourage the Participation of Black Girls



Sisters of Today and Tomorrow – New Haven, CT



God’s Gift, Inc. – Fort Lauderdale, FL

My Daughter’s Keeper of Tampa Bay, Inc. – Tampa Bay, Florida

The Dennis Project, Inc. – Miami, FL


Caring and Sharing, Inc. – Lithia Springs, GA

C.S.R.A. Girls Club – Albany, GA

Diamond in the Rough – Snellville, GA

Girls Empowered by Morals and Standards (GEMS) – Atlanta, GA

Jewels Empowerment Group For Girls – Atlanta, GA

Ladies In Waiting, Inc – Lithia Springs, GA

Leading Ladies of Atlanta – Atlanta, GA

Sisters of Today and Tomorrow – Atlanta, GA

Sisters Working and Abiding in God (SWAG) – Perry, GA


Flowers In Bloom Project – Chicago, IL

She’s All That, Inc. – Chicago, IL


Young P.E.A.R.L.S., Inc. – Florence, KY


I Am Gracious – Westlake, LA


4 the Healing in You, Inc. – Brandywine, MD

A Legacy Left Behind – Glenn Dale, MD

My Gift Program, Inc. – Cheltenham, MD

Seven 2 Twelve, Inc. – Baltimore, MD


Making It To The Finish Line – Hamtramck, MI

True Belles Mentoring Program for Girls -Dearborn Heights, MI


Project DIVA – Minneapolis, MN


Girls Rural – Hazlehurst, MS

Kuntry Kidz, Inc – Hattiesburg, MS


ReConnect, Inc. – Omaha, NE

New Jersey

Girls Live, Love, Laugh, Inc. – Newark, NJ

Sisterhood Agenda – Newark, NJ

New York

The Black Pearl – Bronx, NY


Modern Day Cinderella – Dayton, Ohio


Tomorrow’s Girls – Philadelphia, PA

South Carolina

Pure Girls, Inc – Charleston, SC


f.l.y. Mentoring Services, Inc. – Houston, TX

Love in Abundance, Inc. – Houston, TX


Girls For A Change– Richmond, VA


Project-Girl – Everett, WA

Here at Afro Puffs and Ponytails, we are constantly searching for information about activities, book clubs, camps, etiquette classes, mentoring programs, and organizations to provide as resources for parents of young  African American girls/black teen girls.   Our hopes are that each resource provided will serve to improve academic performance, build confidence, enhance self esteem, instill leadership skills, empower, uplift, and educate African American girls of all ages.  We are not recommending these programs, but offering a starting point for you to conduct your own evaluation and research about whether a program is right for your child.If you know of a program that would benefit African American girls and it is not listed here, please let us know.

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