Community Service Projects

As part of our mission to work within the community, GALS will often identify quarterly projects that help to improve the lives of girls in local communities. For all of our COMMUNITY projects GALS will seek the assistance of volunteers. The objective of these projects is to assist other service organizations that share our mission in achieving their goals and to promote awareness of the needs of girls in our local communities. In addition, we hope to encourage community involvement along with the desire to help others in need.

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According to Dr. Oz - You can extend your life by 7 years by volunteering


GALS gets involved…why not you?

The Dressing Room Project is a girl-powered rebellion to free girls & women from the bonds of media-imposed standards of beauty!

This social change initiative was launched by Emerging Women Projects, a nonprofit organization for teen girl’s empowerment.

The registered Dressing Room Project Action Teams offer girls the opportunity, through workshops and other activities, to create cards with affirming messages. These cards are then posted on mirrors in women’s dressing rooms and other places to promote positive body image.

Free downloadable cards are offered each month on so anyone can participate.

Join the rebellion!

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Past Projects


This project for The Madonna House located in Neptune, NJ entailled the collection and delivery of both new and gently used baby items such as:

- Diaper Bags (new or gently used
- Onesies (size s,m,l or 3 - 24 months)
- Infant Stretchies/Sleepers (3 - 18 months)
- Diapers (all sizes)
- Formula (new)
- Clothing size NB - 4T
- Baby bottles
- Powder/lotion/shampoo
- Wipes

Collection and donation of prom dresses for Project Self Sufficiency.

The organization will host its 3rd annual "Sister-to-Sister" Prom Shop which offers free dresses to girls who can't afford an outfit.

Located in Newton (Sussex County)


GALS supports the long-running Hope Line program that collects no-longer-used wireless phones and equipment in any condition from any service provider. The used phones are either refurbished or recycled. With the funds raised from the sale of the refurbished phones, Verizon Wireless donates wireless phones and airtime to victims, and provides funding and other contributions to non-profit domestic violence shelters and prevention programs across the country.

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