One Girl Chapters

Our goal is to build strong, confident girls around the world!

We are looking for social entrepreneurs who would like to start and lead a One Girl Chapter. If you have a passion for building self esteem, confidence and empowering our next generation of female leaders in your city we would love to to hear from you!

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Thunder Bay

Barrie ontario

montreal quebec


Newfoundland and labrador

Nova Scotia

kitchener ontario

North york ontario

london ontario

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One Girl Can Change the World!

In a world where most girls don’t get to go to school, our goal is to create opportunities and partner with charitable organizations in every country to ensure girls have access to education. We believe that when you educate a girl, she will change the world!

Our gift to you.

With a One Girl Sponsorship you will have directly impacted One Girl in this world. Donations of $40 or more will include a One Girl Rafiki Bracelet that will be mailed to you. Be sure to visit TrackYourImpact and type in the code on the back of your Rafiki to read the story of a girl you have helped.

Online Programs

One Girl is so excited to be dedicating online space to girls empowerment! We are now offering online workshops for a variety of ages that will help inspire, encourage and empower girls around the world.

Girl Talk

8-week online video program giving girls ages 8-13 the tips, tricks and tools to build healthy self-esteem, confidence and leadership skills.

One Girl Empowered

Online leadership program for girls ages 13-18 with Mpumi Noviba, First Class Graduate of the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls.  Join Mpumi on an 8-week journey to becoming a Fearless Leader!

One Girl Can
Make a Difference!

Our goal is to not only help build the next generation of amazing female leaders, but to create a platform for girls to shine and share how they are making an impact in their schools, communities, and in the world!

One Girl Superhero

Winner of the 2016 International Children’s Peace Prize, 18 year old Kehkashan Basu, has been impacting the global fraternity since she was 8 years old with her work on peace, children’s rights, education for sustainable development, gender equality and climate justice.