The Results Are In!

A new study shows Girls on the Run has a positive impact on girls during the program and beyond, and makes a stronger impact than organized sports and school physical education in teaching life skills!

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Girls on the Run + Justice

Our national partner Justice created a special Girls Run This capsule collection, just in time for back to school! Plus, ten percent of each purchase from the collection benefits Girls on the Run!

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Girls on the Run has programs in all fifty states! Find your local council to get involved today.

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What We Do

Girls on the Run is about much more than running! Find out how our programs help girls be joyful, healthy and confident!

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Remarkable! Blog

Fueling the limitless potential in ourselves, our girls and our world!

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WE INSPIRE GIRLS

to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.

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Girls on the Run Councils

Girls on the Run has 225 councils and counting that impact communities nationwide.

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Who Has Star Power? You Do!

09/19/2017

One of my most treasured Girls on the Run lessons to coach is the Star Power lesson. During each season, the Star Power lesson inspires the girls to practice using visualization to positively impact their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The lesson also teaches strategies to activate and enhance our Star Power plus how we can help others activate theirs.

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Five Remarkable Women Who Are Defining Beauty on Their Own Terms

09/01/2017

How do you define beauty? Each Girls on the Run season, girls are asked to share what they think beauty means. After talking through their initial responses about outer beauty (“My babysitter is beautiful because she looks like Cinderalla!”), girls are asked to think about what characteristics make up inner beauty. Oftentimes, girls know what inner beauty means and their responses include someone who treats others with kindness, is brave, or isn’t afraid to be themselves. Now, more than ever, girls have opportunities to see women who stand up to beauty norms and celebrate what makes them different.

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Five Ways to Teach Kids to Value Improvement Over Winning

08/28/2017

Girls on the Run senior vice president of programming and evaluation Allison Riley shares how she encourages her daughter to learn in a mastery climate, even at a very young age.

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