Give the Gift of Inspiration to the Girl in Your Life!

Though you can't see inspiration, you can certainly FEEL it! And you can definitely gift it to someone in the form of a smile, or a new sense of confidence. Maybe even in a new friendship. Inspiration is sure to come in many different packages when girls attend Urban Campfire!

Do you know a girl aged 12-17 who thinks no one understands what she's going through, or has no clue what she wants for her future? Maybe she has some fears she wants to let out, or hear that someone else is afraid, too. Or maybe she just wants to eat cupcakes wrapped in cotton candy. Imagine an event where all those things and more happened under the same roof?

That’s Urban Campfire for Girls!

On January 20 in Seattle, and January 25 in DuPont, ALL girls ages 12-17 can join in the camaraderie of a young and hip all-female speaker lineup who will talk about everything from being a female skateboarder in a world where mostly boys skateboard, to seriously chasing your dreams and ending up as a finalist on the Voice (Seattle event only). We’ve got a selfl-esteem expert who found the strength to rise above her life circumstances and helps others do the same (Seattle event only), a social media guru who was voted one of the Top 100 Women in Tech and a high school student who learned how to laugh at herself and stop worrying about what others think. These are women who are going to inspire girls to be more, experience more, do more, laugh more, dream more and change the world MORE!

After the talks, girls break out into small groups, and talk about their fears and dreams to each other. They get dinner and lots of desserts like s’mores, cotton candy and cupcakes!

Tickets are only $20!

Contact me for more information: stefaniece@girlscoutsww.org.

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