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Girls Give Back: Boston,MA

 The founding chapter

Our Members

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Founded Girls Give Back with the mission to create an inclusive environment while encouraging girls to take initiative, lead projects that give back to their communities, and connect girls all across the globe to learn more about their communities and the different ways to foster change. Salma wanted work with other passionate girls and provide a space to feel empowered and have their voices heard.

Fun Fact: Avid Harry Styles fan

Founder & Leader of GGB Global

Salma Murphy

About her work through Girls Give Back



Sakeenah Graves

Norwood High School '22

Passionate about social justice and environmental issues. In Girls Give Back to help her community, while working with a strong group of like-minded girls. 

Fun Fact: Loves Trader Joe's


Boston Latin Academy '22

Joined Girls Give Back to push for gender equality and female intitiave. Determined to combat streotypes on women and work with people in and outside of her community.

Fun Fact: Loves anime 


Ana Carolina Pereira

Our Impact

Tutoring Services

GGB tutoring services connect middle school students to our girls. We provide Math and English tutoring and support. We recognize that this year has been hard for us all and want to ensure that no learning is lost. Our services are free of charge to also ensure equality throughout the Boston Public School System!

Girls Give Back nationwide pen-pal connects passionate young girls.


A pathway to start a chapter!



Feminine Hygiene Drive

Our feminine hygiene drive was a make-up of quality feminine care products donated to our local women's shelter. During this drive, we took the time as a group to research and understand women's health disparities and equality gaps on a domestic and global scale.

Women of the month acknowledges and uplifts the inspiring women in our communities and beyond. This is not only to appreciate these incredible women but to set an example for younger girls. 


Women of the Month!

Conversation Cards

See Images and videos from the discussions below!

Girls Give Back Conversation cards were designed and created to initiate deeper conversations among women, men, and other communities. It’s crucial to be able to have a safe space to share your thoughts and effectively work towards creating solutions. Through these questions, we hope people will become more comfortable sharing and listening to a variety of different answers in order to inspire more thoughtful thinking in themselves.

The GirlHood Project project brings together middle school girls and Lesley student mentors to examine issues of identity, body image, and media culture. Girls Give Back is a proud co-sponsor of TGP and works with undergraduate women to empower young girls throughout Massachusetts

The Girlhood Project: Lesley University 

Strong Women,Strong Girls

Strong Women, Strong Girls was a collaboration event in honor of Women's History Month between Girls Give Back and the city of Boston's Office Of Women Advancements. 

A virtual intergenerational event discussion showing that passion has no age. Older women who are leaders in Boston exchange ideas with the youth leaders of Girls Give Back!

 Girls Give Back Outreach and Inclusivity team serves to connect all demographics to ensure we are supporting various communities and making our work as inclusive as possible. This team also provides leadership opportunities for all youth nationwide regardless of gender identity and promotes our collaborative work

Outreach and Inclusivity Team

Understanding Middle Eastern Relations: Palestine

Girls Give Back Boston held a national event to shed light on the rising tensions in the Middle East regarding the tragic events taking place in Palestine. This topic is one that many people aren't educated on. GGB wanted to create a space for people of all ages to ask questions and share their thoughts and emotions. We were joined by a Political Scientist and At-Large City Councilor Julia Meija. This was a healthy and emotional discussion as we engaged in historical, current and intellectual conversations. 

Girls Give Back Boston launched our first middle school chapter to ensure we are creating space for girls of all ages to feel heard and to work on projects that are relevant to them. This chapter and program provides mentors from GGB to the middle school girls to better navigate their journey. This also gives younger girls an opportunity to expand their global awareness and be apart of a community that is there for them!

Middle School Chapter

Civic Engagement Workshop

Our Civic Engagement workshop was led by Salma Murphy in efforts to connect youth local government and explore the different ways to be civically engaged without voting. We presented this workshop to middle school and high school afed students throughout Massachusetts.

GGB Boston organized a global conference among all of the chapter apart of Girls Give Back! It was a space girls all around the world to come together and further create a sense of community and collaborate!

Our speakers included District Attorney, Rachel Rollins and the City Of Boston's Office Of Women's advancements! 

(see below for pictures from the event!)

Global Conference 

Accessible Trasnit Project

Our Accessible Transit Project was launched to ensure everyone in Boston has access to voting on September 14th. Our origination covered ride sharing fees for over 100 voters in Boston.

GGB Boston is proud to announce our ongoing partnership with the City Of Boston's Office Of Women's Advancements 

Girls Give Back has launched an Outreach and inclusivity team!

Learn more

Our third nationwide community conversation event May 26th at 7 pm EST. We hope to see you there.

RVSP link.

Civic Engagement Workshops at local middle schools coming soon!

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