Trinity Girls Network strives to become the premier resource for young girls & women in the community as well as those who are presently in abusive situations, or have aged out of the foster care system. Trinity Girls Network incorporates a myriad of workshops, enrichment and educational programs. It is our intention for young women to have an increased self-awareness, achieve self-sufficiency, obtain permanent housing, and become productive young women who will inescapably become leaders in their community and throughout the world.
Trinity Girls Network empowers, inspires, heals, and guides young girls & women in the community as well as those who are presently in abusive situations, or have aged out of the foster care system, and are transitioning to independent living by providing the necessary tools needed for them to become self-sufficient in all areas of their lives.
Trinity Girls Network will support the development of young girls & women from Gwinnett County, Fulton County, Hall County, and surrounding areas by providing preventive programs with a focus on healthy living, physical fitness, and education.
We are committed to increasing the number of girls that stay in school and do well academically, live healthy lives, achieve competency in critical life and financial skills, and contribute to their communities.
To guide at-risk girls through adolescence to self-reliant and fulfilling lives. To do this, Trinity Girls Network builds long-term relationships with our participants and deliver programs that are relevant and effective in building personal skills for success. To grow requires challenge to real-world standards. If “challenge” is to be effective, it often means we fall short at first.
- Ending Violence Against Woman & Girls
- Opportunity Through Education
- Preparing Girls for Success
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