How Companies Can Get Involved

How Companies Benefit

Reasons Corporations Volunteer


Leverage Your Impact in the Community

Volunteering creates a sense of purpose and fulfillment for employees, and also a lasting positive impact to the community.


Increase Internal Collaboration and Communication

Team-based volunteering cultivates internal communications across business departments and offices.


Boost Visibility as a Good Corporate Citizen

Surveys show that corporate citizenship is now the top driver of reputation. We offer several possibilities to get involved.

How Your Company Can Get Involved with eGirl Power

Team Up - Company Employee Volunteering

TEAM UP

We put you and your co-workers on a mission to be someone's hero for the day.

This virtual volunteering (remote) opportunity is designed for large groups in the workplace who want to help make a difference.

This group volunteering activity to mentor girls also works as a fun team building experience for professionals.

Whether as a networking/getting-to-know-you event or for increasing camaraderie across business departments and offices, your team's participation helps to empower girls to improve their confidence, self-esteem and achieve their full potential.

 

A special thanks to Intel for their teamwork and participation to mentor eGirls!

“My team really enjoyed the activity. We also used it as a networking/getting-to-know-you event, with folks sharing their stories with each other. To start the activity I shared my example. As folks worked on their own forms and stories, we encouraged them to do it together as opposed to quietly on their own. At the end we asked a few people to share what they wrote down. We had a large group of folks, most unfamiliar with each other, so it was fun to hear about everyone’s backgrounds and experiences.” — Intel Engineer

Sponsor A School

Corporate Giving - Sponsor a School

Did You Know?

Only 1 in 3 girls with low self-esteem is confident in having a successful career. This drastically reduces the likelihood of girls to follow ambitious career paths; and this lack of confidence is found to detrimentally affect females not just in the classroom, but in the workforce as well.

But You Can Make a Difference in Young Girls' Lives
When your company sponsors a school, you educate and empower girls to improve their confidence, self-esteem and achieve their full potential. Girl who participate in the eGirl Power program show gains of up to 20% in their self-esteem!

By sponsoring a school, you provide girls with the eGirl Power Program School Kit, complete with comprehensive curriculum including the Educator’s Manual, a set of our Best-Selling Student Edition Books (30 copies), a set of the Student Journal Workbooks (30 copies) and more.

*Sponsors receive recognition on Certificates of Accomplishments for all participating students.

Sponsor A School

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Corporate Giving - Double Your Good

Did You Know?

Many employers sponsor matching gift programs to match charitable contributions made by their employees. Gifts from employees' spouses and retirees may also qualify for a match. Find out if your employer has a matching gift program.

If you volunteer with us, your company may also offer a volunteer grant program.

Double Your Good

Did You Know?

4.6 percentWomen represent only 4.6 percent of the Chief Executives
of the largest companies in the United States.

 

1 in 3 girlsOnly one in three girls with low self-esteem are confident in having a successful career.

Low confidence and self-esteem drastically reduces the likelihood of girls to follow ambitious career paths. This lack of confidence is found to detrimentally affect females not just in the classroom, but in the workforce as well.

 

The great news is that this is a trait that can be reversed with action.