Our Summer Academy is a rites of passage camp for girls 11-15 years old (girls entering grades 6-10 in the fall).
It is the only program in the Richmond Metropolitan area geared toward the growth and development of African-American teen girls.
Maintaining fidelity to the protocols of this particular flagship program, the girls were challenged to investigate the issue, generate a response that was “viable to them”, and to “implement it according to their ‘own terms.’” Empowered girls plus collaborations and partnerships created Date With Dad Weekend.
Donation welcome and appreciated via with us…Join Date With Dad Weekend as a Community Champion!
Interest Meeting is: Sunday, November 1, 2015, CIVITAS Health Services, 5663 S Laburnum Ave, Henrico, VA 23231, PM.
We are gearing up for the 9th year of connecting fathers and daughters wherever they are and we are seeking community leaders, volunteers, change agents and Champions!
#dwdrva #rva #volunteer #datewithdadweekend #letsmakeithappen #GFACforthe GIRLS #socialchange Tune in #thisislifewithlisaling featuring Richmond City Justice Center co-partnered with Girls For A Change, A Dance of Their Own-Father Daughter Dance in Jail Airs Wednesday, October 21, 2015 - PM ET/PT on #CNN.
Learn more about the start of such amazing work via the inspiring Angela Patton #Tedtalk https://com/talks/angela_patton_a_father_daughter_dance_in_prison #This Is Life #GFACforthe GIRLS #socialchange #family #parenting #datewithdadweekend (at Richmond City Justice Center) Thanks for the mention Chad Countdown time SUPPORT & SHARE: WIN a free NYC trip and have dinner with Actor @chadlcoleman of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” #twdfamily #TWD and #The Wire large or small welcome via Girls To Brazil Please help us by sharing this campaign throughout your network of friends and family.#GFACforthe Girls #chadcoleman #comicbook #studyabroad #brazil #rva Dr.More information about Date With Dad Weekend, March 11-13, 2016 in Richmond, Virginia can be found online at It is Girls For A Change (GFAC)’s youngest flagship program, “Date With Dad (DWD),” that emerged from its oldest flagship program, “Girl Action Teams (GAT),” as a response to a social change question.Social change questions are posed by girls participating in GATs and are framed in ways that generate action, rather than discussion.In this case, the team agreed that there was as need to find a way for them, and girls like them, to build, rebuild, or strengthen relationships with their fathers or father figures.