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GirlKIND Celebrates Canada Day

GirlKIND had an amazing time celebrating Canada Day at Exhibition Park in Abbotsford, BC.  The weather was hot, hot, hot, record temperature hot! It was great meeting community members and sharing our message of creating a better world where EVERY GIRL MATTERS by bringing an end to gendercide and the many discriminations females face all around the world.  Thank you to everyone that stopped by and all the lovely ladies that volunteered their time. Many thanks to Saint Soldier for stopping with his family while they enjoyed the celebrations. See more pics on our Facebook page

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GirlKIND designated as a Charitable Organization

Effective May 9, 2013, GirlKIND Foundation has been designated as A Charitable Organization through The Canada Revenue Agency. Our Business Number is 80498 9101 RR0001

This is great news for our organization as we continue to focus on our purposes and goals. We welcome individuals and companies to come forward and help us bring an end to the injustice of "Gendercide and gender discrimination," that so many females face. If you would like to contribute or become a sponsor please contact us and let's create a better world where EVERY GIRL MATTERS. Donations will be issued a tax deductible receipt.

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Raise Him Well

How well we raise our sons will determine their values and attitudes towards girls & women. Raise them up, raise them right and raise them well; for their attitudes will make all the difference in the world.

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Social Justice Festival at LA Matheson

{GirlKIND + Surrey MLA Sue Hammell }

Last week, we had  the opportunity to particpate in LA Matheson's first ever high school "Social Justice Festival." The idea and project was spear headed by their Social Justice teacher Annie Ohana who is deeply engaging and passionate about all things social justice. Booths were set up by students, each represented a social issue including: child poverty, animal abuse, disadvantaged moms and many others. 

In the gymnamisum, students took to the floor one by one as each of them presented what steps they had taken to create change and do something positive.  It was a pleasure to partake and help us spread our message and inform our community about gendercide and what can be done to combat it.

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