Starting in childhood girls are inundated with negative messages and behaviors that prevent them from building healthy relationships and ideals about their potential.   Girls keep these unhealthy ideals and relationships as they mature into women. The competition and comparison formed on the playground and in the classroom carries over to the boardroom and in the home preventing women from reaching their fullest potential.  

Let’s create a world where all women and girls are appreciated for their talent, strengths and uniqueness.  

We invite you to join the movement and #StandBesideHer so every girl and woman can reach her fullest potential.

The National Stand Beside Her Movement is a call to action for women and girls to unite our voices in a divisive world and end the comparison, competition and criticism that undermines female relationships. Together we can propel each other forward by creating an inclusive culture of support, compassion and celebration of each other's success.

The Stand Beside Her Movement culminates each year during October with National Side Beside Her Week to encourage people to commit to supporting girls and women in their lives, their home, their office and in their community. This week was chosen to commemorate Girl Scouts founder, Juliette Gordon Low’s birthday on October 31. Low’s life work was about supporting, developing and mentoring strong girls and women. This is most evident in the Girl Scout Law:

I will do my best to be
honest and fair,
friendly and helpful,
considerate and caring,
courageous and strong, and
responsible for what I say and do,
and to
respect myself and others,
respect authority,
use resources wisely,
make the world a better place, and
be a sister to every Girl Scout.

We encourage like-minded individuals, organizations and corporations to stand beside her to impact our culture.

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We are continually adding new resources to help you Stand Beside Her with your friends and in your community. Click HERE for our Stand Beside Her Resources Gallery.

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