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Our Work

“We are so fortunate to partner with A Company of Girls through our youth development programming.  Their investment in creating a sense of community and connection for our students is truly remarkable.”


- Sheila Jepson, Principal Portland High School


Outreach Programs

Our Outreach programming is designed to bring free, arts-based programming into underserved neighborhoods and communities. Through creativity and relationship building, we provide enrichment opportunities that foster positive mentorship, exposure to new experiences, and the building of self-esteem.


Recent Outreach Programming:


"Anchoring Youth to Succeed"

Programming in collaboration with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Maine and Women United's Project WIN, that provides enrichment and mentor opportunities to immigrant/refugee population single mothers and their children primarily living in Portland's East Bayside Neighborhood.  This programming is currently funded through a grant by United Way of Southern Maine's Women United.  

Boys and Girls Club Theater and Art Clubs  

Theater and visual arts programming at the Riverton and Downtown Portland Clubhouses.

Portland Mentoring Alliance (PMA) Partnership  

Visual and culinary programming for members of PMA at Portland High School - primarily immigrant and refugee population girls.  

Art in the Parks 

Visual art sessions for local youth at various locations around Greater Portland. 

Portland Housing Authority Leadership Programming  

Leadership development workshops for summer community youth leaders residing in Portland Housing Authority neighborhoods. 

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