GIRLS GIVING GRANTS
Girls Giving Grants (g3) is a model of collective giving designed by Impact Austin to educate and engage young women in grades 8-12 on the importance of thoughtful giving.
g3 creates philanthropic opportunities for young women in Central Texas and may provide up to 25 hours of community service credit (check with your school for acceptance).
Using a collective giving model, g3 members pool their contributions to award an annual grant to an organization working to improve the lives of youth in our community.
Since 2006, g3 grants have funded programs and projects that positively impact the lives of children and youth in the greater Austin area. Learn more about each of our grant recipients!
G3 CALENDAR 2022-2023
Enrollment for the 2022-2023 class is extended through Monday, September 26, 2022.
Attend g3 training sessions to learn about nonprofits and how to review grant applications.
Review grant applications.
Begin selection process.
Conclude grant application evaluation.
Conduct site visits.
We believe all girls can embrace who they are,
define their future, and change the world.
G3 transforms young women in our community into lifelong philanthropists through collective giving and collaboratively awarding grants to nonprofits in Central Texas.
Empowering young women to impact communities in need today and tomorrow.
With empathy, we are deeply concerned for the welfare of others.
Valuing honesty and fairness, we are accountable for the decisions we make.
As a community of young women, we work together to drive change in the greater community around us.
We offer our time and resources to support projects impacting our community.
We seek to be educated on community issues, strategies for solutions and the power of philanthropy.
We are dedicated to the empowerment of ourselves and other young people in our community.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO ALL THAT HAVE MADE A DONATION
TO SUPPORT OUR GIRLS GIVING GRANTS PROGRAM (g3)
List below represents gifts of $250 or more received from as of April 30, 2023.
Randeen Torvik Ragan