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EGM Day | Oct 11, 2016

We marked our 4th Annual "Every Girl Matters Day," in Abbotsford today. We held a small celebration with coffee and cake and featured local talent including Saint Soldier & dancers from Dynamic Dance. We had cameras set up to shoot for our EGM campaign, getting folks involved to have their say as to why girls matter. Thank you everyone that showed up, got involved and helped out.

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Every Girl Matters Day | Oct 11, 2016


GirlKIND and the Reach Gallery Museum are proud to announce the fourth annual “Every Girl Matters Day,” in BC in conjunction with the UN’s Day of the Girl on Oct 11th A day to call on all communities around the world to recognize the injustices girls face and to celebrate their abilities.  Please join us on this date at the Reach Gallery Museum, 32388 Veterans Way, Abbotsford BC from 4-6pm.

Individuals can help make a difference in our video campaign by having their say as to “Why Every Girl Matters?” We will be shooting on location asking the public this very question. This is a way for individuals to take part in a bigger montage of voices that are working for change and helping to create a better world where girls’ rights matter.

In addition, people can take part in our “Handmade with Love Art Project,” where you can literally get your hands involved as we welcome you to help us create a tapestry of hand painted art with heartfelt messages on our social banner.

Performances by local artists include: Saint Soldier and Elementz Dance Crew.  Our Facebook listing can be found here:


Minster De Jong will be on hand to officially proclaim the day as “Every Girl Matters Day in BC.”

Fresh coffee, tea & cake will be provided!




Encouraging Words from Mike DeJong

The 3rd Annual "Every Girl Matters Day"

GirlKIND recently celebrated their 3rd annual “Every Girl Matters Day,” in Abbotsford at The Reach Gallery Museum this past Sunday Oct 11, 2015. The day was officially proclaimed through the BC Legislature and Minister De Jong was on hand to mark the occasion and celebrate with the community. The event was well attended especially by many middle and high school students. Many who attended inspired by the day overall and looking forward to getting involved with making a difference in their communities. The keynote speaker was Abbotsford’s first South Asian woman elected to City Council: Kelly Chahal. She shared her inspiring journey of her life and her motivations to pursue education and how she never quit.

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