Our Partners and Sponsors

My Girl Story isn't possible without our community partners.
We are adding more partners to the list. 

If you have an organization or a individual who uplift girls, especially black girls please contact us [email protected] 

Divas With Disabilities Project
We promote Black and Brown women and girls with physical disabilities throughout ​various media platforms.

Empowered Flower Girl
Is a social enterprise on a mission to mentor and empower youth and youth advocates to transform the way they relate to one another and themselves.

Positive S.I.S.T.E.R.S. -
Self-Improvement Simply Takes Education Redevelopment & Sincerity. We encourage women to join together in Sisterhood, so as you travel through your "dark night of the soul," you can entrust the Sisterhood to hold a Sacred Space for you, and Hold you until you emerge triumphantly from your own darkness into the new essence of who you truly are!! The theme for Positive S.I.S.T.E.R.S. is Self-Improvement Simply Takes Education, Redevelopment, and Sincerity, and through this process of education and redevelopment, you can transform your whole being from the pain of your past, break your emotional and mental chains, and live your dream life!

Bell Global Justice Institute 
Named in honor of warrior Ssgt. Vincent J. Bell, USMC. We care about human rights for women and girls around the world and we are working to ensure that girls are able to realize and exercise their international human right to education. We envision a world where every girl is able to attend school to empower herself, her family, and her community. Through our work, we hope to help girls not only gain access to quality education but to also become change agents in their own right,

The Michigan Developmental Disability Council
Is established by Executive Order 2006-12 and operates under the authority of the Developmental Disabilities and Assistance Bill of Rights Act of 2000 (DD Act). The fundamental goal of the DD Council is to ensure that people with developmental disabilities have the opportunities and support to achieve their full potential and life dreams. The Council consists of 21 Michigan residents appointed by the governor. It is funded with federal funds and a 25 percent match, mostly at the local level. The federal grant requires that a minimum of 70 percent of those funds be used for advocacy, capacity building, and systemic change activities on behalf of people with developmental disabilities and their families. The Council funds pilot or demonstration project grants in communities around the state to promote systemic change. The program goals include enhancing self-determination, independence and community inclusion of people with developmental disabilities. The Council provides funding and leadership to the statewide Regional Inclusive Community Coalitions (RICCs), which are the local self-advocacy groups composed of people with disabilities, family, friends, providers and allies who promote advocacy, capacity building, and systemic change. This advocacy assists the Council in carrying out its fundamental mandates of the DD Act.

National Black Disability Coalition
Is the nation’s organization for all Black disabled people. Membership and partners include Black disabled organizations, disabled people, parents, family members, faith-based, non-profits, and academic and policy leaders. Founded in 1990, in response to the need for Black disabled people to organize around mutual concerns, NBDC is dedicated to examining and improving; community leadership, family inclusion, entrepreneurship, civil rights, service delivery systems, education and information, and Black disabled identity and culture through the lenses of ableism and racism.