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Girls Out Loud – In The News

Girls Out Loud featured heavily across the UK’s broadcast media this January. Our founder Jane Kenyon was interviewed by 400+ TV and radio stations including BBC North West Tonight, ITV News, Sky News, Talk Radio and Radio 4’s Today programme, raising awareness of the dangers facing our most vulnerable and at-risk teen girls right now.

She warned about a ‘lost generation’ of teenagers due to lockdown and school closures; highlighted the growing concern for our teenagers’ mental health; talked about the reversal of a decade of progress on social mobility; and highlighted issues around safety for our teens both at home and online.

Jane’s passionate rallying cry reached more than 20 million people and catapulted the Girls Out Loud cause into the headlines. Below is a summary of the broadcast coverage generated.

Please contact Jane if you’d like any more information: jane@girlsoutloud.org.uk

In the media:

Jane and ex Little Sister Jess talk about lockdown

To view Jane’s interview on ITV, please follow the link here:

 

Our founder Jane on BBC North West Tonight

Our founder Jane on Sky News

Our founder Jane on Siren FM

Our founder Jane on BBC Radio Merseyside

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With your help, together we can make a difference to the futures of many girls and young women around the UK.

  • £10 pays for a girl to receive her Role Model T-shirt at Big Sister graduation
  • £26 pays for a girl to attend one of our 2 hour Super 7 workshops
  • £28 pays for a girl to attend our 2 hour Role Model Relay event
  • £83 pays to support a teenage girl on our Big Sister programme for a month
  • £150 pays for a girl to participate for a week on our Stardom programme
  • £450 pays for a Big Sister to be trained
  • £1,000 will make it possible for a girl to have a Big Sister for 12 months
  • £1,800 will pay for a vulnerable girl to participate in our 12 week Stardom programme

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