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Inspiring and Empowering Every Daughter 

Inspire Your Daughters     is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering and inspiring girls, young women, and parents to embrace their unique individuality, foster strength of character, and support one another to create a new generation of daughters.




Between ages 8-14, girls’ confidence levels drop by 30%.


Only 21% of all girls believe they have the qualities to be a good leader.


Between ages 12–13, the percentage of girls who say they are not allowed to fail increases by 150%.

Inspire Your Daughter    Builds Confident and Kreative Leaders


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Inspire Your Daughters Project aims to fill a gap in social support and affirming spaces for girls at critical life phases when they are forming identities and learning to cope with numerous stressors that put them at risk for depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation. We inspire daughters in grades K-12 to learn etiquette skills in fine dining, confidence and leadership building skills, and how to find their inner voice through journaling and creative writing.


​Our social-emotional and healthy sexuality learning programs are trauma-informed and align with expert-recommended strategies to support the mental, emotional, and physical well-being of girls as they navigate the journey from adolescence to adulthood. We teach girls how to tap into their inner wisdom to guide them into whom they were created to be.


Inspire Your Daughters Project sets girls up for success by providing a comprehensive curriculum, extensive resources, and ongoing mentorship.

Our program is designed to help all girls feel confident, inspired empowered, and ready to lead. Our program covers a wide range of topics, including diversity & inclusion, body image, and relationships.

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Inspire Your Daughters Project will help your daughter:

  • Make decisions and set goals, keep motivated and focused on her goals.

  • Improve in school.

  • Nurture her confidence and self‐esteem.

  • Listen to her and help her solve her problems.

  • Introduce her to new ideas, activities, and opportunities.

  • Prepare her for college or other training.

  • Explore career possibilities.

  • Meet successful people.

  • Learn how to get a job, buy a car, and apply for school tuition assistance.

Mentoring Model

A Mentor is a caring adult who supports a young person through a guided relationship that will foster the resilience needed for the young person to achieve success as she navigates through adolescence.

A Mentor participates in training to learn essential skills and processes to help build a girl’s self-esteem, help her become a stronger leader, and help her set and achieve goals.  HOPE Mentors understand they are to support the girl, not parent, judge, or control her life.

  • This is a community-based 1:1 mentoring program.

  • The mentor and mentees meet in positive, socially appropriate venues, attend appropriate events such as go to museums

  • Parents/Guardian permission and active participation are required.

  • Mentors undergo a comprehensive screening process: application, interview, criminal background check, and reference checks. Mentors also complete initial and ongoing training on effective mentoring practices.

  • Mentors focus on positive social, academic, career, and life skills as appropriate for the age of the girl.

  • Mentoring activities vary per age group. Pairs do everyday things and just hang out together.

    • Elementary School: Mentoring typically focuses on activities that promote character development, academic success and reading ability.

    • Middle School: Mentoring activities continue to promote character development and academic success and begin to introduce a career development focus.

    • High School: Mentoring activities continue to focus on character development and academic success and emphasize school-to-career preparation.

  • Group activities focus on community service and leadership development.

  • Program Coordinator is responsible for mentor recruitment, screening and training. She provides ongoing support and supervision to mentors and mentees.

Program Registration


  1. Complete the Registration form below.

  2. Pay your $29.99 monthly membership fee. This fee is reoccurring and goes toward activities and materials.