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Black Girl

Entrepreneurship Fund

Support the next generation of Black Women: social innovators to lead meaningful change

The Black Girl Entrepreneurship Fund is a fundraising campaign to raise funding to support the GGG summer incubator and annual pitch competition. In these unprecedented times, Get Girls Going’s goal to empower Black teen girls to become social entrepreneurs is needed more than ever. Our program has attracted so many young people who are excited to learn about entrepreneurship. We are fundraising to expand our reach for Black teen girls to work on solutions to problems they care about fixing. Most importantly, Black teen girls are looking for spaces where they can be leaders. Thank you for your support!

Entrepreneuring

the Future of Leadership

If you wish to give less that $75 USD, please use this donate link to specify the amount. Thank You!

$75

WELLNESS

Supports one Get Girls Going teen entrepreneur with 5 workshop packages.

$200

TECHNOLOGY

Supports teen entrepreneur with access to a laptop and internet connection.

$350

STIPENDS

supports weekly stipendS during the summer incubator.

If you wish to give less that $75 USD, please use this donate link to specify the amount. Thank You!

$1500

FULLY SUPPORTED

Our summer incubator is free of charge to all GGG teen entrepreneurs in our program. It is through in kind donations and sponsorship from generous people like you that makes this possible for the girls we serve.

$2500

PRESENTATIONS

The GGG conference is hosted by Get Girls Going teen entrepreneurs after completing  the summer incubator. As experts of their own businesses, teen entrepreneurs will lead workshops, webinars, and discussions about their summer experience with other teens and adults in their communities.

$7500

5 TEEN entrepreneurs

Our summer incubator is free of charge to all GGG teen entrepreneurs in our program. It is through in kind donations and sponsorship from generous people like you that makes this possible for the girls we serve.

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