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$20 Damzelfly Support Belts Available Now!

1 1/2" Poly webbing belt with slim-line military style metal flip buckle.

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Support belts come in all the lengths you need to get the fit you want.

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Supporting girls is part of our mission.

Imagine if your pants

helped girls.

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paying it forward with pants.


Check out what the organizations that Damzelfly supports are doing.

2% of all proceeds


3% of annual profits 

go to girls organizations.

That's 5% to the girls!


Local & Growing

International Reach

Education Centered

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Experience Centered





Across the 


and growing!





STEM learning and Mentorship.   

The vision of the National Girls Collaborative Project (NGCP) is to bring together organizations throughout the United States that are committed to informing and encouraging girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).


The goals of NGCP are to:

Maximize access to shared resources within projects, and with public and private sector organizations and institutions interested in expanding girls’ participation in STEM.

Strengthen capacity of existing and evolving projects by sharing exemplary practice research and program models, outcomes, and products.

Use the leverage of a network and the collaboration of individual girl-serving STEM programs to create the tipping point for gender equity in STEM.


She Jumps

Community based outdoor opportunities  


Our Outdoor Education programs focus on providing technical skills for all abilities and endeavors in the outdoors. This is our way of establishing and sharing our mission. All Initiatives facilitate educational opportunities that cater to the specific needs of each community.


Wild Skills is geared toward building life skills, empowering ownership and confidence through exposure to positive female role models, supportive communities and the outdoors. These programs exist to give girls and young women the opportunity to know what it’s like to have dirt under their feet, sun on their cheeks, and wind in their hair.


Our ‘Get the Girls Out’ program focuses on connecting girls and women in our communities with inspiring and dedicated female outdoor enthusiasts.

Our Community Initiatives are everything from pre-season fun workouts to picnics to networking and workshops. It’s our way of making sure we are touching base with our supporters on a regular basis and truly growing the community of outdoor women.

Fundraising Climbs. We consciously foster a positive energy that exudes encouragement in stride with the technical, physical and emotional challenge at hand. Our all female guides and staff offer support and expertise throughout the training, fundraising and of course, the climb.


Removing regional & cultural obstacles  


Focused on areas where most girls are 

denied even a high school education.

Malala Fund

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Breaking down barriers that keep girls from getting educations.

Investing in local education activists

Through our Gulmakai Network, we invest in local educators and advocates — the people who best understand girls in their communities — in regions where the most girls are missing out on secondary school.

Advocating to hold leaders accountable

We advocate — at local, national and international levels — for resources and policy changes needed to give all girls a secondary education. The girls we serve have high goals for themselves — and we have high expectations for leaders who can help them.

Amplifying girls’ voices

We believe girls should speak for themselves and tell leaders what they need to learn and achieve their potential. We amplify girls’ voices and share their stories through Assembly, our digital publication and newsletter.