International Day of the Girl 2022

October 11th is International Day of the Girl!
Release Date: 
Tuesday, October 11, 2022

A day that "aims to promote girl’s empowerment and fulfillment of their human rights while also highlighting the challenges that girls all over the world face."
International Day of the Girl Child | United Nations

International Day of the Girl


In 1995 at the World Conference on Women...

Nearly 30,000 people from around the world came together to develop the most comprehensive platform for advancing women’s rights around the world. In recognition of the advocacy around the world towards the effort, October 11th was declared International Day of the Girl in 2012.

To commemorate the 10th anniversary of International Day of the Girl, we are looking to collect words of wisdom from you, our supporters, and sponsors, to our young girls in helping them acknowledge their power and potential.

On October 11th, we will be engaging the girls in activities encouraging them to understand their power and potential including sharing your words of wisdom!

Help us Commemorate this special day!

Ways you can celebrate: 

Become a volunteer! Girls Inc. of Worcester is always looking for role models to become volunteers to help with our mission of inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Explore volunteering opportunities.

Contribute Words of Wisdom! Email us your words of wisdom and encouragement and we will share you answers and thoughts on social media on October 11th. 

Donate! With your donation, we can continue to offer research-based programs in STEM, literacy, leadership, violence prevention, economic literacy, and much more! Donate today!

Advocate! Follow us on social media, share and repost our International Day of the Girl posts and get your family, friends and coworkers involved! Connect with us on social media!

Your support of Girls Inc. of Worcester ensures that girls have access to programs that inspire them to be strong, smart, and bold. 


Your generosity is an investment in girls’ futures.