– Katelynn

“I became very close to a youth organization called The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, at the age of 11.  Rainbow is a non-profit organization that communicates leadership, community service, public speaking and responsibility to its members.  Rainbow as a team, builds each and every young girl/sister into a respectable and responsible woman.

Rainbow gave me these skills and have forever changed my life.  Rainbow is an amazing organization for girls 11-20 to receive the knowledge and responsibility to get you ready for life.”

– Jeanette

“We have three generations of Rainbow in our family. My grandparents were involved with their six daughters; my parents with their three, my sister with her two, and myself with my two. I myself was a Rainbow Girl, and it was that time in my life that taught me more than one could ever know. I was once bashful and shy; Rainbow taught me to be confident and to have a certain poise that allows me to be able to take on the world.”

Joie from Olympia, WA

“My daughter, Cassie Lynn, and I were introduced to Rainbow by a friend in early 2013. Becoming part of the ‘Family’ happened quickly for us and has been one of the best choices we have made in our lives. Not only has it made our relationship stronger, Rainbow has given Cassie the strength and support to overcome her anxieties and become a stronger and more confident young woman. Volunteering, public speaking and long-lasting friendships for the both of us are just a few of the experiences we have gained by being a part of this wonderful, caring Rainbow Family.”


“I am a Rainbow girl.  What that means is that I’m learning the skills to become the leader I want to be, give back to my community through service, and become more confident in myself.  It helps me to grow into who I am both in Rainbow and outside it with my other passions in my life.”