My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Girl Riders Organization Inc, Bloomington, IN, USA
I took my daughter to the X-Games girls day for a skateboard clinic; this is something she had wanted learn but after many clinics and camps over multiple years, she still did not have any confidence and often withdrew from the other kids at these events.
They were very friendly and encouraged her to keep trying, while noting what she had already learned. They were able to get her to not worry so much about how she skated and instead focused on having fun and seeing herself as a capable person. She finally let down her guard and relaxed enough to see the fun she was having. She insisted on going to their next event before the one at X-Games had even finished! Over the next year, she gained so many friend through the Girls Riders Organization and attended every girls' skating event possible. She has so much confidence and is now entering boy's contests as well. She knows that she is may not be at top competition level but she goes anyway because now it's about having fun, seeing friends and just tacking challenges every day. She now seeks out girls at skate parks and tells them all about GRO. She sees what they have done for her and wants all girls to have this kind of support and confidence.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
Friends, friends, events and more friends! My daughter and I now have a whole new group of friends to share with!
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Very giving. You never put anyone out if you asked for help. On the contrary, they always went the extra mile to see that you had all that you needed.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Help thousands more girls overcome insecurities and accomplish things they only dreamed about! Learning to overcome challenges through skateboarding carries over to your life!
Ways to make it better...
I'd only known about GRO sooner.
In my opinion, the biggest challenges facing this organization are...
One thing I'd also say is that...
If your in Southern California, you WILL see me at a GirlsRiders event!
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
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