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Role Model Dinner Raises Crucial Funds

On March 19th, Alternatives For Girls held our 25th annual Role Model Dinner at The Fillmore. The event raised an unprecedented $294,000 to support our critical work! The Role Model Dinner, chaired this year by Myra Moreland, provided an opportunity for us to hear from many of the young women whose lives have been changed…

Role Model Dinner 2014

Join Alternatives For Girls as we celebrate our 25th annual Role Model Dinner on Wednesday, March 19th, 2014 at The Fillmore Detroit. The dinner will honor our 2014 Role Models, Amyre Makupson and Andra Rush; and honor a special keynote speaker, Grace Lieblein. Tickets are $150 each and will go on sale at the end…

Positive Choices, Powerful Lives: Dream Warriors

On October 29th, Alternatives For Girls held its annual Positive Choices, Powerful Lives event at the Detroit Historical Museum. The event raised more than $26,000 for AFG, and had over 100 attendees. The guests heard inspirational stories from three young women, one from each of AFG’s programs.  After the program, they were welcomed to explore…

AFG Blog: Becoming a Good Student

On October 29th, Rosa, a member of AFG’s Prevention program, gave this speech at AFG’s “Dream Warriors” event. Good evening everybody. My name is Rosa Morales and I am 15 years old. This is my second year in AFG’s after-school program. Before I started at AFG I didn’t really care about school. I was doing…

Prevention Halloween Party

On October 30th, AFG’s halls were filled with colorful monsters, bumble bees, and princesses. Prevention’s annual Halloween Party attendees spent the night enjoying Halloween food and treats, dancing away to Halloween hits, and trick-or-treating around AFG’s building. One evening highlight featured almost every girl in the room jumping up the moment the “Thriller” music came…

“I’ve seen how it’s changed peoples’ lives”

“It seemed like a good opportunity to do something different,” explains Brittany. Brittany has been a part of the Know Risks Peer Education team at AFG for almost two years. But before joining the team, she didn’t always feel like she had much direction in life. The 17-year-old high school senior has a big smile…

Project Giving Tree

As you begin making out your lists for holiday gift giving, we hope that you will remember Alternatives For Girls’ (AFG) Project Giving Tree!  Contributions that we received from people like you helped us to ensure a sparkling and joyous holiday season for our program participants last year, and we are hoping to make the…

Blog: Rise N’ Shine

Rise N’ Shine Posted on August 26, 2013 by Rajanae and Ciara About the bloggers: Rajane is 19 years old, and a three year Youth Leader for  Rise N’ Shine. Ciara is 18 years old and a Youth Leader for AFG’s Rise N’ Shine  summer camp. Rajane:  I was a member of the Rise N’…

Dream Warriors

This October, we invite you to join Alternatives For Girls as we support homeless and at-risk girls and young women who are being empowered to make positive choices and live powerful lives. During the program, you will learn more about AFG’s work, hear from the young women we serve, and learn how you can become…

2014 Role Model Awards Call For Nominations

AFG is now accepting nominations for our 2014 Role Model Awards. We invite you to nominate an extraordinary woman who you think would make an excellent AFG Role Model. Complete criteria, along with a writable nominations form, can be found on our Call for Nominations page. We welcome nominations until 5 pm on October 1, 2013.

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