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Girls On Good Ground was established in 2012 to meet the need of connecting teen girls with an enriching and long term mentoring program. We connect teens into a loving, knowledge acquiring, and accountability centered relationship within a small group mentoring environment.

Today’s teen girls are faced with issues of:  peer pressure, bullying, learning to control emotions, trying to understand one-self, temptations, and so many other countless concerns. They are making decisions everyday that will affect their lives now and in the future. Sometimes an extra hand is needed in guiding teens in making positive choices. We enrich lives daily in a meaningful way and we are excited to be serving teens whom are making a positive difference!

The Girls On Good Ground mentor program runs all year round. We provide small group mentoring to teen girls between the ages of 13-17 years old. The program provides small group Life Skills and Special Focus study courses consistent of workshops/trainings.

The girls also do community service work throughout the year, participate in bi-monthly luncheons together, compete for college scholarships, receive monthly mentor to mentee calls from their mentor, and so much more!

At Girl’s on Good Ground we are helping teen’s to become mature, well-rounded, and sound decision makers while exposing them to countless opportunities that they may have never considered to be possible to them. We’re doing this through leading our teen girls into becoming their very best one day at a time and we’re having lots of fun along the way!

TOMORROW’S LEADERS
Highlighting Girls On Good Ground graduates. Click here to see the program’s 2013 -present high school graduates.

IN THE NEWS
We are holding open registration for teens all month in October in Fulton County at Adams Park Public Library located at 2231 Campbellton Road SW., Atlanta, GA 30311.  Registration Days are October 6th, 13th, and the 20th from 5:30 p.m.- 7:00 p.m.. We want to send a big thank you to District 5 Fulton County Commissioner, Emma I. Darnell and FUTV for being supporters of GGG and for providing television program coverage about GGG services.