Island Girl Power is…
A local Prevention Program focusing on offering positive activities & role models for young girls and their families.
Island Girl Power was originally founded in the Spring of 2002 by Ayuda Foundation (a 501C-3 Non-Profit Organization) including Carlotta Leon Guerrero, Shannon Murphy, Mike Cruz, Cindy Hansen, and Ayuda Board Members. The Guam Program was partially modeled after a U.S. National Initiative that began in 1998 and ended in 2003. IGP continued on with the local program to work on addressing our increasingly high rates of Teen Pregnancy, Suicide, Substance and Sexual abuse rates. IGP is not a Government program and is funded by Cooperative Mini Grants from Public Health (Rape Prevention), Corporate Sponsors (DFS, Community First Credit Union, Etc.), Foundation Grants (Pacificare), Donations and Fundraising Projects (rummage sales and car washes).
Click any of the sections below to learn more about IGP
- About IGP Booklet
- IGP’s Clubhouse Location
- IGP’s Clubhouse Activities
- Who can join IGP?
- IGP Program Outline & Objectives
- Environmental Projects
- IGP’s Community Based Programs
- IGP’s Prevention Programs
- IGP’s Meetings
Island Girl Power works with males and females ages 15 and older. These individuals can serve as volunteers to assist, supervise or instruct classes at our IGP Center or during our outreaches at schools or in the community. Volunteers may also get community service or service learning credits for their time with us.
Sponsors- for leveled sponsorship, see also "Stewards of IGP" Our sponsors are individuals, organizations and companies that contribute monetary donations, in-kind services or donations of items to be used for clubhouse operations, raffle prizes, rummage sales, or our thrift store.