Girls Rock Santa Barbara is an after school program, accredited summer day camp, and accredited summer sleep away camp that empowers girls and women through music education, creative expression, and performance. We promote self-confidence, creativity, and teamwork.
Our vision is to provide a safe, diverse and inclusive space to girls through music and arts education, mentorship, and community building. We strive to help shift girl culture to one where girls collaborate and support each other. We see a future where girls lift each other up instead of tear each other down. We see a future where girls and women lead!
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Girls Rock Santa Barbara empowers girls through music education, creative expression, and performance; promoting an environment that fosters self-confidence, creativity, and teamwork.
Girls Rock SB is solely dependent on foundation grants and individual donations.
We are serving over 1,000 girls aged 6–17 in the Santa Barbara area. Please help us empower girls and build a positive youth culture in our community by donating today.
Girls Rock SB is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Tax ID: 46-0687975. All donations are tax deductible.
We meet over 250 standards in health, safety, staffing, training and transportation. Amplify Sleep Away Camp for Girls is an accredited camp certified by the American Camping Association. The Accreditation process requires camps to meet strict standards set for site and food service, transportation, healthcare, operational management, human resources and program standards.
In addition, Amplify is responsible for meeting all state and local laws governing the operation of pools, dining facilities, living accommodations and the Organized Camp Regulations.