At the age of 9, Olivia C. Allen found her purpose in life. After seeing the same homeless man panhandling near her school she told her mom she wanted to raise money to build him a house. Knowing that was likely far too great a task, her mom asked her what else she could do to help. That year she held a toy drive, a food drive, and participated in the local community service week sponsored by the Mayor. She was determined to make the world a better place and that’s how Girls Giving For Good was started.
Learn more about the mission of GG4G and how you can help.
GG4G is a member based non-profit organization of youth who are determined, like Olivia, to make the world a better place. To become a member sign up here.
The world won’t get any better if we don’t become the change we want to see. All members who earn enough hours will qualify for the Presidential Youth Volunteer Service Award.
While we are called Girls Giving For Good, any youth aged 5 to 18 can participate in our live events and log service hours.
Through a series of specially created service events, youth will be given the opportunity to engage in service learning, gain community service hours and make their communities a better place.
Ready to join us in our effort to make the world a better place? Sign up for the GG4G™ Newsletter and join girls everywhere making the world a better place.
Brooklyn - B's Pretty Dress Drive
Maleah - Blankets of Hope
Maleah Spaudling started Blankets of Hope to support the homeless community in her area. She partners with a local organization that also provides food and delivers blankets and food during the fall and winter months.
“Service is the rent we pay for the privilege of living on this earth.” Shirley Chisholm