The lack of resources available to young teenage girls sometimes causes them to end up in trouble. At My Girlfriend's House, these girls surround themselves with like-minded individuals on a quest to better their lives, making it less likely for them to end up in unfortunate situations.
My Girlfriend's House started as a way for young adult women to network but changed directions after meeting some homeless teenagers in a shelter. They now empower young laddies to be better, stronger, and smarter through various programs. My Girlfriend's House has a 50-week mentoring program called Girl Talk that these young ladies attend on the weekend to focus on leadership development, improve interpersonal skills, and develop college and career readiness.
On the latest Get Up Give Back with WUSA 9 we surprised My Girlfriend's House with $1,000 to continue to be an incredible resource for our teenage girls in the community!
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