Pace In the News

Please see how Pace Center for Girls is changing the lives of girls and young women through advocacy, partnerships, programs, and more in the many stories shared and published in the media.

April 30, 2022

They are taking fundraising to new heights in Polk County.

Residents pacing themselves, as they rappel 10 stories down the Lakeland Electric building, including Lakeland Mayor Bill Mutz.

April 19, 2022

Pace Center for Girls in Hillsborough and Pinellas County recently received a $170,000 grant from the Schoen Foundation to help provide girls with important programs. One Pace girl said she doesn’t know where she’d be without Pace. 

April 06, 2022

Founded in 1985, Pace Center for Girls has successfully grown to annually serve more than 3,000 girls in 22 locations in Florida and Georgia. Since inception, the program has helped over 40,000 girls transform their lives and is recognized as one of the nation’s leading advocates for girls in need.

April 04, 2022

Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium is pleased to recognize support from Manatee Community Foundation for Mote’s award-winning education programs. Thanks to The Bishop-Parker Foundations Fund of Manatee Community Foundation, Mote and partners at Pace Center for Girls will provide year-round monthly STEM programming for 40 Manatee County students at Pace for the year. This is the 7th year of partnership between Mote and Pace, which works to create an environment that fosters the long-term growth and development of young women in the community.

March 30, 2022

We’re proud to share that Natalya Bannister, Executive Director of Pace Alachua, was recently inducted into Santa Fe College's Women of Distinction and Promise.