To inspire and organize teen volunteers to provide ongoing companionship and complimentary beauty makeovers to women living in senior homes.
What We Do
GlamourGals organizes student-led chapters in high schools and colleges across the country. We currently have 100 chapters visiting senior homes in their communities.
WhY It Matters
GlamourGals volunteers provide seniors with a restored sense of dignity through personal attention and the warmth of caring touch, as well as the opportunity to share their stories.
manicures and Makeovers are only half the story
The GlamourGals team is comprised of numerous remarkable and inspiring women who each play an important role in ensuring the success of the GG Foundation. From the Board of Directors to volunteers, everyone involved in this organization is significant in their own unique way that is worthy of recognition. To start, here’s an introduction to the GlamourGals interns for the Fall 2017 semester!
GlamourGals continues to spotlight our amazing Glammy Scholarship Award finalists! Today, we hear from Katie, chapter president of Ardsley High School, on the lasting impact of small acts of kindness.
GlamourGals is still spotlighting our amazing Glammy Scholarship Award finalists! Today we hear from chapter president Rabia, about the the ways GG visits help students, too.
This summer, GlamourGals is spotlighting our amazing Glammy Scholarship Award finalists. Today we hear from Rasheeda, president of the Thomas A. Edison High School chapter, about the importance of delegation and teamwork.
This summer, GlamourGals is spotlighting our amazing Glammy Scholarship Award finalists! Today, Katie, president and founder of the Ottowa Glandorf High School chapter, tells us about the power of serving others with kindness.
This summer, we are spotlighting this year's Glammy Scholarship Award finalists. Today, we hear from Sara, president of the Long Island Lutheran chapter, about overcoming obstacles and getting a chapter started.
This month, the GlamourGals blog is featuring Glammy Scholarship Award finalists. Today, chapter president Carey talks about her special relationship with her grandmother, and what her leadership role has taught her.
Today, we are posting in collaboration with Galbraith The Blog. The Real Gals series features profiles on women of all ages, with a special focus on older women—the things they're accomplishing and how they've made their mark on the world. Anna Michaels-Gaudreau grew up in Shanghai and Hong Kong and traveled with her family to California when she was about 9. She grew to love acting and eventually followed her passion to New York City, where she's lived for nearly 50 years. Today, she's a poet, a drama coach, an adjunct professor of behavioral science at New York Institute of Technology and a writer.
This summer, we'll be spotlighting this year's Glammy Scholarship Award finalists. Today we hear from Valentina, co-president of the Metuchen chapter. (PS -we featured her twin sister Victoria last week!)
This summer, we are showcasing blogs written by this year's Glammy Scholarship Award Finalists. Today, we hear from Victoria, co-president of the Metuchen chapter, about the skills she learned by taking on a leadership role.
Help us support our volunteers
GlamourGals provides the materials, guidance, and encouragement our volunteers need to support seniors in their own communities.
Over 80% of our annual expenditures go directly to our program and providing resources and training to our chapters.
Please consider making a 100% tax-deductible donation to support our mission and help us foster a new generation of compassionate leaders.
A special thank you to photographer William Mebane and our chapter volunteers for capturing the GG moments in these photos.