Rites for Girls

Rites for Girls

At a glance


  • Children / families
  • Education
  • Health and well being / research and care
  • International development
  • Local / community
  • Mental health
  • Training / employment support
  • Women
  • Young people

Other details

Geographical remit: 


Rites for Girls Mission

To make the lives of girls safer, kinder and better supported by creating circles of girls, their mothers and our facilitators – a community of women and girls all working together.  

Rites for Girls CIC offers Girls Journeying Together groups, support for mothers, training for women to give them meaningful work that fits around other commitments, bringing back the power of community in a way that appeals to today’s girls and supports women in modern times/today’s world.

Creating an environment where groups of girls can meet to support each other, guided by a facilitator through their adolescence and proudly into young womanhood.  Offering a training programme where woman can develop into the woman their 11-year-old needed and become Rites for Girls facilitators.


Vision: Aims and Goals


  • Happier journey and better destination for girls growing up into women.
  • An affordable Girls Journeying Together group in every town and city in the world.  
  • A network of girls, mothers and facilitators across the world.  
  • Meaningful employment for women giving them the power to make a difference.


Rites for Girls Community Interest Statement

  • to offer mentoring support to pre-teen and teenage girls through their adolescence in Girls Journeying Together Groups which meet monthly for the first year and bi-annually throughout the teen years.
  • creating a safe space for adolescent girls to learn about growing up healthily and to develop their skills, confidence, capabilities and capacities.
  • preempting or addressing self-harming behaviours
  • providing the services within a social and inclusive environment
  • to offer guidance and support to mothers of daughters 
  • to train women (often women returners to work) to run Girls Journeying Together Groups
  • to offer bursary places to less advantaged girls and women 
  • to target services to UK but then to expand to Europe and worldwide.

No current opportunities

Search for volunteer opportunities with other organisations.