Help Build Young Women of Character

with Our Afterschool Programs

Give your daughter or an important girl in your life the initiative to succeed with guidance from The Embrace Girls Foundation, Inc. We are a mentoring program where girls 4-12 learn to be healthy, confident, ambitious, and academically excellent.

Our afterschool programs provide homework assistance to help girls raise their grades and life skills training to help them become well-rounded individuals.
We also host a variety of school activities such as girls' camp and assemblies where our young participants learn how to become empowered. You can also sign up your daughter for our beauty pageant program that fosters poise and self-confidence.

Give the young girl in your life a head start on success with afterschool programs from our organization in Miami Lakes, Florida.


Chef Teaching Lesson

Our Mission
The mission of our afterschool programs and camps initiative is to provide positive social experiences, life skills, character building training, academic tutoring, and cultural exposure for young girls ages 4-12. We have a specific interest in serving the overwhelming number of at-risk girls residing throughout  Miami-Dade and Broward counties.
We Need Your Help
Volunteer to become a mentor by sending The Embrace Girls Foundation your resume. You can also sponsor a fundraiser through your agency or business employee community relations department and donate as a group. Additionally, we accept tax-exempt individual or corporate contributions.

E-mail us today to help girls succeed by scheduling a school
assembly or making a donation to support afterschool programs.

Give Girls a Jumpstart
in Success with After school Programs

Proudly Serving:

Broward, Miami-Dade, and
Palm Beach Counties
Hours of Operation:
8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.


Keke Palmer

The Embrace Girls Foundation is Actress Keke Palmer's
Charity of Choice

Keke Palmer's Charity
Kim Wayans

Embrace Girls Meeting
with Kim Wayans in L.A.

Whoopi Goldberg

Embrace Girl Power Meet &
Greet with Whoopi Goldberg

Embrace Girls new Classroom

make-over unveiling, Friday, November 13, 2015.
"Doreen's Room" sponsored  Molina Healthcare and City Furniture designed and furnished by City Furniture City Cares