Girls on the Run/Girls on Track

Many thanks to our Polar Express 5k participants and volunteers!

We would love to host a team at your school. As one of only three afterschool programs recently recognized as a top research-based social emotional learning program in Harvard University’s report Navigating SEL from the Inside Out, we want to make sure that your girls have an opportunity to participate in our transformative program. We would welcome the opportunity to set up an appointment to tell you more about the program and answer any questions you may have and will follow-up by phone next week to schedule a time for us to connect.  In the meantime, please visit www.gotrnnc.org for more information (site application) or contact Tremanisha Taylor, Council Director to learn more about how you can bring this transformative program to your school.  

Make a difference - apply to volunteer for a GOTR location!

GOTRNNC was awarded a grant from Triangle North Healthcare Foundation to help fund the program for the 2017 fall season.  For more information about the foundation please visit https://www.tnhfoundation.org/.  The mission of Triangle North Healthcare Foundation - to encourage, support, and invest in quality efforts that measurably improve health in the Triangle North area, is achieved through funding initiatives, programs, and projects of nonprofit organizations, governmental agencies, and schools. “Our grantees provide the boots on the ground, the expertise in the field, and the committed hearts and minds that will make our community a healthier place to be,” said Val Short, executive director. The Foundation’s community focus includes four counties in the region north of the Triangle– Franklin, Granville, Vance, and Warren counties.

 

 

OUR SPRING 5K WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!

Special thanks to Triangle North Foundation, Granville-Vance Health Department and Icon Entertainment.
A huge thanks to all of the Girls on the Run/STRIDE coaches and teams, volunteers, the Run for God group and community participants.

 

 

 

 

Girls on the Run® is a positive youth development program  for girls in 3rd-5th grades which combines an interactive curriculum and running to inspire self-respect and healthy lifestyles in pre-teen girls. Our core curriculum addresses many aspects of girls' development - their physical, emotional, mental and social well-being.  Lessons provide girls with the tools to make positive decisions and to avoid risky adolescent behaviors.  The program fee is $120 and scholarships are available.


 

 

 
 
Today's middle-school girls face many challenges and obstacles that can affect their emotional and physical well-being. The Girls on Track curriculum is designed for girls in 6th - 8th grades to address these challenges by empowering them to make thoughtful and healthy decisions. Like Girls on the Run, the Girls on Track curriculum is delivered over the course of 10 to 12 weeks and addresses the societal, mental and emotional challenges particular to their age.
 
Fees are per girl and include a program t-shirt, 5K registration, 5K t-shirt and all curriculum supplies.


Volunteer!

Girls on the Run of Northern NC is a Volunteer-Based organization.   Please see below for the volunteer positions that are needed throughout the year.  We also need help with fundraising and other administrative duties throughout the year.  If you have a specific area of interest that may not be listed below, please complete our Volunteer Application and we will be glad to talk with you about your interests.All volunteers who have contact with girls must submit to a background check and volunteers interested in coaching must attend coach’s training.  If you are interested in volunteering or getting more information, please email Tremanisha Taylor, Tremt@henfamymca.org or complete the Volunteer Application and submit in person at the Henderson Family YMCA.