Our Wishlist

We welcome in-kind contributions such as these items below. To contribute food, goods or professional services, please contact us at (213) 253-2655, or email us at info@writegirl.org.

 

Mail donations to: WriteGirl, 1330 Factory Place, #F104, Los Angeles, CA 90013

See list below or go to our Amazon Wishlist here

1. Printer paper (plain white)

2. Printer Ink: Our printers are HP Color LasterJet 3600n and Brother MFC-9970CDW

  • Black: Q6470A or TN-315BK
  • Cyan: Q6471A or TN-315C
  • Yellow: Q6472A or TN-315Y
  • Magenta: Q6473A or TN-315M

3. File Folders

  • hanging and non-hangning; assorted colors

4. Packing tape

5. Journals

  • soft cover
  • non-spiraled

6. Pens (black ink)

7. Sharpies

8. Markers (assorted colors)

9. Post-It notes

10. Loading dolly (2; large, rolling)

11. Laptops 

13. Rolling office chairs

14. Multi-line phone

 

 

Make a donation online here

 

More ways to support WriteGirl:

Gifts for Girls? Each Summer we're trying to get together graduation and appreciation gifts for our girls and their mentors. The types of things we're looking for include beauty products, gift cards, candles, journals, books, DVDs and more. If you have any items you can donate, or know of any companies that can, please let us know! Email us at info@writegirl.org 

 

In-Kind donations are 100% Tax Deductible!

 

Buy Our Books

You may also support WriteGirl by purchasing our books. All Book Sales Benefit the WriteGirl Program.

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Did you know...

WriteGirl volunteers and mentors contribute more than 1,700 hours per month working with teen girls and serving our community – but we still need so much more.

We need your help to keep WriteGirl thriving. Your donation makes an immediate, measurable and lasting impact on the life of a young girl. Thanks for helping girls write their way to positive future

CLICK HERE TO DONATE ONLINE

DONATE BY PHONE: call us at (213) 253-2655 to make a donation over the phone. 

DONATE BY MAIL: Make checks payable to "Community Partners FBO (For the Benefit Of) WriteGirl". Mail donations to: WriteGirl, 1330 Factory Place, #F104, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Where does your money go?

$25 provides writing workshop materials, including journals, for 3 girls
$50 provides comprehensive training manuals for 5 writing mentors
$100 provides presentation materials for one complete full-day workshop
$250 provides a nutritious lunch at a WriteGirl workshop for 50 participants
$400 supports the development and presentation of two full-day workshops
$1,000 provides a year’s worth of writing and research supplies for up to 100 WriteGirl members
$5,000 provides substantial support for WriteGirl’s annual publication and presentation of our work at a public reading
$10,000 helps sustain WriteGirl as a powerful force for change in our community.

 

Maybe you need a few other reasons to help WriteGirl:

  • Many of our teens attend schools with over 3,000 students. The counselor to student ratio in Los Angeles of 810:1 is one of the worst in the country. We know they aren't getting the individual help they need

  • This spring, one of our teens who had been incarcerated just six months ago, was accepted to two colleges, thanks to help from her WriteGirl mentor and WriteGirl resources!

  • Many of our girls face tremendous challenges including abuse, neglect, depression and much more. A caring role model can change their lives and indeed has changed many lives!

  • We have amazing volunteers. We counted - our volunteers collectively donate 2,000 hours EVERY MONTH to help girls. They are poets, songwriters, journalists (yes, they are creative, too!), screenwriters, novelists...

  • We have great partners. Some of most creative institutions in Los Angeles host our workshops every month, such as:

    - The Autry Museum
    - MOCA
    - The Los Angeles Times
    - The National Center for the Preservation of Democracy
    - The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences

 

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