Rainbow Girls is a non-profit organization serving girls, ages 9-20, in the Tri-Cities and surrounding area that focuses on instilling a sense of community pride.
Activities are centered around the girls’ interests, ensuring age appropriate activities. How we do this…
This age group focuses more on sisterhood activities and showing the girls that we can celebrate our different hobbies and interests and that not everyone has to be the ‘same’.
The girls begin planning some of the events and activities, ranging from team bonding, community service, and family activities. Each girl will be paired with an adult advisor and the girls are responsible for who assists
As the girls get older, we begin to add in leadership camps, resume & interview practice, assistance with filling out scholarship applications and the girls are given more responsibilties for running the organization, from meeting planning to budgeting.
The Tri-Cities Rainbow Girls are hosting a donation drive for My Friends Place, the only homeless shelter in the Columbia Basin for teens. My Friends’ Place provides 13-17-year-old homeless teenagers with a bed, meals, clothing, showers, laundry facilities, hygiene products, support services and individualized case management services. They also provide drop-in services for all youth in the community.
18th - Family BBQ
It's summer! Bring the family and let's celebrate. Food provided, bring chairs and your favorite non-alcoholic beverage.
Howard Amon Park (by the fingernail) @ 5pm
28th - Dust Devils Game
Cheer on the Dust Devils and bring a donation for My Friends Place
Game starts at 7:05pm. See link for ticket options.
30th - Live@5
Music, games & dinner at John Dam Plaza.
Meet by the Bouce House at 5pm
5th - Park Cleanup
Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring water! We will be picking up litter from July 4th celebrations, in partnership with City of Richland Parks & Rec Department.
Howard Amon Park (by the fingernail) @ 8am
5th - Hermiston Waterpark
After spending all morning cleaning up the park, the girls will be headed to Hermiston to cool off and have fun
RSVP required for tickets. Girls ages 8-19 covered, family will need to purchase tickets.
17th - Sunrise Hike
A guided nature walk at sunrise followed by light breakfast.
Meet at the Candy Mountain trailhead at 5am
5th - CBC Planetarium
More information to come
11-14th - Family Camping Trip
Bring the entire family to a private campground outside of Granite Falls, WA for a weekend full of fun and games.
24th - Benton Franklin Fair
More information to come, RSVP required for tickets. Girls ages 8-19 covered, family will need to purchase tickets.
27th - B Reactor Tour & The Reach Museum
More information to come