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Get Involved With The GGS Movement

Hey there!

I’m Molly Galbraith, co-founder of Girls Gone Strong, and I wanted to take a second to welcome you to the GGS Community, let you know we’re grateful that you’re here, and give you a few ways that you can get involved with the Girls Gone Strong Movement.

But first I want you to know that we don’t take it lightly when someone trusts us with their time, so thank you in advance for your faith in Girls Gone Strong.

I also want to let you know that the absolute best way to receive updates on the organization, and our mission to help and support women from around the world, is to sign up for our newsletter. Our newsletter is pure gold, you will definitely be happy you joined. (And don’t worry — we never spam!)

Next, we are thrilled to announce the release of our new private Facebook Groups.

Strong Women Lift Each Other Up
Strong Mom Sisterhood
Coaching & Training Women

There’s a serious lack of quality information and resources available for women (Heck! That may even be the reason you’re here!)

That’s why we developed our one-of-a-kind Facebook groups. We wanted to cultivate a 24/7 safe space for women, moms, moms-to-be, and the coaches and trainers who work with them to connect with one another, ask questions, share resources, offer support and encouragement, and be part of our incredible community.

The atmosphere and environment of the Facebook groups is unlike anything you’ll find anywhere else. We carefully hand-select our amazing and talented group of moderators, who have years of experience and knowledge working with women to provide the most warm, welcoming, positive environment filled with like-minded people who have similar interests to you and who genuinely want you to succeed. I cannot recommend enough that you request to join on or all of these groups.

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