Girls Inc. and JPMorgan Chase to Reach 20,000 Girls through National Program Promoting Financial Health

A new multi-year partnership between JPMorgan Chase and Girls Inc., a leading nonprofit that supports girls and young women, will bring financial health programs to 20,000 girls across the country. These programs will focus on how to manage money, create a budget and save more for the future. Girls Inc. serves girls ages 6-18 at more than 1,400 sites in 400 cities across the United States and Canada. By serving as the sole national sponsor of the Girls Inc. Economic Literacy Program, JPMorgan Chase will help Girls Inc. teach girls…

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CASETiFY Gives Back With New #HerImpactMatters Collection Celebrating International Women’s Day

CASETiFY has announced the release of the new collection Her Impact Matters to celebrate International Women’s Day. The new collection includes exclusive designs for iPhone cases and Apple Watch Bands, with 100 percent of the net proceeds donated to Girls Inc. throughout the month of March. “As a brand built by our community, we are incredibly passionate and honored to be supporting an organization devoted to building up the girls in our communities,” said CEO and Co-Founder of CASETiFY Wes Ng. “The collection is designed to celebrate and reflect the…

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CBS Corporation and Girls Inc. Team Up to Empower Girls with a Special Super Bowl PSA

CBS and Girls Inc. have joined together to create a CBS Cares public service announcement set to air during the CBS Television Network’s SUPER BOWL LIII coverage, Sunday, Feb. 3, and after the Super Bowl on the CBS Sports Network. Featuring the voiceover of CBS THIS MORNING co-host Gayle King and players from the New York Giants, the PSA encourages girls to believe they can succeed at the highest levels, especially when they work together. At the center of the PSA are the Macaroons, a team of girls who score…

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Serena Williams Celebrates the Glorious Diversity of Women in New Nike Film

In 2017, Serena Williams solidified her status at as the greatest ever by winning the Australian Open while eight weeks pregnant.  Throughout her career, the 23-time Major winner has used sport as a platform for progress. It’s no surprise that with Serena’s return to the court for her first tour-level match next week at Indian Wells, the tennis icon is using the moment to once again stand for equality. “I want people to understand there is no wrong way to be a woman. We shouldn’t be made to feel like…

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