Santa Barbara, CA (August 17, 2015) — Girls Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara is the grateful beneficiary of the 2015 She.Is.Beautiful 10k and 5k run. This year 2,000-2,500 women and girls will compete in the event, to be held on Saturday, September 20, at East Beach in Santa Barbara.
This event accommodates all levels of runners, walkers, and everyone in between, and welcomes women and girls of all ages and abilities. In addition to the open division, the race also features a ‘Baby Mama’ stroller division 5k and 10k, one of the only baby stroller legal race divisions in the country. The race will be preceded by several events for participants and their friends and families followed by a festival at East Beach for participants and the community. Registration is underway at http://www.runsheisbeautiful.com/santa-barbara
Girls Inc.’s mission is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Girls Inc. believes that every girl has the right to be herself and resist gender stereotypes; to express herself with originality and enthusiasm; to take risks, strive freely, and take pride in success; to accept and appreciate her body; to prepare for interesting work and economic independence; and that every girl should be valued for who she is. It is that spirit that makes Girls Inc. a grateful beneficiary and enthusiastic participant in the She.Is.Beautiful event, celebrating the development of a healthy, happy, physical life.
About Girls Inc.
Girls Incorporated of Greater Santa Barbara is an affiliate of a national non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Through educational programs and advocacy, Girls Inc. offers girls ages 4 ½ to 18 years the opportunity to participate in research-based programs in which they experience success as they acquire skills, gain confidence, become self-reliant, and practice leadership. Girls Inc. programs encourage girls and young women to take risks, master physical, intellectual, and emotional challenges, and prepare them to lead successful, independent and fulfilling lives. For more info, visit www.girlsincsb.org