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13thGirl Foundation
Baltimore, Maryland
Cause Description:
13thGirl is a Girls Middle School Lacrosse Program for Baltimore City students. Our purpose is to provide an opportunity for teenage girls to be involved not only in a sports team, but helping them to grow and to learn a variety of life skills. Our hope is that the experience of the program will assist each player in the development and achievement of their goals (athletics, academics, and aspirations)
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