√  Our Mission: To enrich the lives of underserved, at-promise children, youth, and families through early education, youth development, and community outreach, which will contribute to self-sufficient, productive individuals.

  GCLA History The Girls Club of Los Angeles (GCLA) was organized under the guidance of the National Girls Club of America and officially began operations on June 12, 1972. This non-sectarian, non-profit organization was the first of its kind to be organized in Los Angeles under Girls Incorporated formerly the National Girls Club of America.

  Our Programs Include
1) Early Education and Youth Development
2) Community Engagement
3) Training & Advocacy
4) Extending Opportunities
5) Resources Connections