Become a Partner

Pace Center for Girls produces outcomes that will positively impact communities for generations. Our program is fortified by collaborative partnerships that are created by a shared vision and commitment to positive change.  Creating Partnerships is an important Value and Guiding Principle at Pace – we believe in developing effective partnerships and long-term relationships by listening to our team members, our girls and their families, and our communities, incorporating each person’s input and involving them in our decision making process.

Corporate and Foundation Partners

Pace joins with organizations who share our commitment to the belief that every girl deserves the chance to reach her full potential, no matter what the obstacles may be. We work with our corporate and foundation partners to find unique opportunities for them to ensure meaningful engagement an alignment to philanthropic priorities. Program support, volunteer opportunities, recognition opportunities and shared advocacy efforts are designed to strengthen successful outcomes for girls.

Community Collaboratives

The Pace Community Collaborative approach aims to mitigate and disrupt inequities through a data-driven process that engages community stakeholders in identifying, prioritizing, and influencing a community’s policies and practices that impact the wellbeing of girls, including their involvement in systems such as juvenile justice or child welfare. It seeks to strengthen and promote community norms to ensure girls are socially, emotionally, and physically healthy, educated, and socioeconomically stable. 

Volunteers

Volunteer opportunities range from providing ongoing services to serving the needs of individual centers in mentoring, fundraising, special projects event planning and serving on committees or boards. Group volunteer projects may also be available in your area. We appreciate and value our volunteers and welcome your partnership in supporting our girls.

 

To learn more about partnering with Pace, please contact Lucy Klausner at Lucy.Klausner@pacecenter.org