G.O girls was originally started by founder and current executive director Brettney Duck, it was her vision to see young women come together to empower each other through volunteerism, peer-support, and solidarity, while still focusing on the importance of being an individual. G.O girls aimed to encourage young women to “be the change they would like to see”.
As time progressed Brettney began to notice the lack of services for young women "aging" out of the foster care system. She then decided to change to focus of G.O girls to a population who had a greater need. G.O girls now addresses the critical need for supportive services for young women transitioning from foster care into adulthood. G.O girls provides participants with programs that focus on financial literacy, life skills, career and education readiness , as well as creative development.
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