Last night’s SF Courageous Girls fundraiser

Last night, despite the wet weather, dozens of supporters attended the second Courageous Girls fundraiser at San Francisco’s Hattery workspace. They ate, drank, and most importantly, listened to a presentation about the Courageous Girls mission, founder Siliva Vasquez-Lavado’s touching personal stories and the plan to take 10 Courageous Girls to base camp on Mount Everest. If you couldn’t attend the event,...

Training Update: 12/1/14

Marin Hiking for the first time! Saturday, Nov 8th was a big day for us, as it became our first group hiking in Marin. Unfortunately S was no able to join us as she had to attend CPR training, but B, C, K and our newest member T were set for the adventure. We met at San Francisco State and...

Courageous Girls in NYC.

This past Thursday, Courageous Girls held their first New York City fundraiser at the WeWork space on East 28th. Courageous Girls members, Silvia Vasquez-Lavado, Deanna Brown and Roxiny Revoluna shared the purpose, vision and start our our incredible journey. Silvia spoke about her own story and drive to start Courageous Girls. Our newest addition, Roxiny, discussed her goal of writing a collaborative song with the...

Courageous Girls are an official 501c3 charity.

More exciting news: Courageous Girls has been granted 501c3 charity status by the IRS – meaning that your contributions to our cause are potentially tax deductible. (Please check all IRS rules or talk to your tax professional before claiming any charity deductions.) So now not only are your donations going to help sexually abused girls reclaim their lives, you’re also...

Courageous Girls in the press

Multiple Central and South American news services and websites have just picked up a fantastic story about Courageous Girls written by Teresa Souza from the EFE news agency (the fourth largest news agency in the world). If you read Spanish, check out the story on any one of these great sites. And remember to share it so more people around the world...

Be courageous. Sponsor Courageous Girls.

The climb to Base Camp at Mt. Everest is one of the most difficult things a person can do. But the entire trek would be nearly impossible without sponsors who truly believe in the Courageous Girls cause. We’re currently looking for people/companies who can help us with: Equipment Clothing Training Transportation Financial Assistance But don’t let the list above stop you if you...

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