All Girls Allowed
Restoring Life, Value, and Dignity

In Jesus' Name Simply Love Her

What We Do

In Jesus' name, we help vulnerable, at risk, and victimized girls and women become the masterpieces God created them to be. We achieve this mission through the development, delivery, and/or support of programs that Expose issues and Rescue and Celebrate girls and women around the globe.



We build awareness of situations that are harmful, discriminatory, unjust, or devaluing to girls and women around the globe, such as poverty, human trafficking and other forms of subjugation. We challenge offenders to recognize their role in hurting others and seek assistance.



Directly and through our partners, we provide physical, mental, emotional, financial, legal and spiritual support to girls and women in vulnerable situations to create immediate safety and hope for the future. Our programs equip them with resources to restore their God-given identity, wellness, and purpose and to build the skills needed to for healthy relationships. We instruct and assist offenders who desire change.



We affirm and celebrate the unique God-given beauty, value, creativity and purpose of each girl and woman! We empower girls and women to thrive as individuals, in marriage and family, and in relationships with God and others, cheering and spurring women on to become the masterpieces God created each one to be.


Help Us Spread the Light

Want to get involved in bringing precious girls and women from darkness into the light of grace, redemption and safety?

PRAY:  Above all, pray for all those living under oppression or in poverty

EDUCATE:  Keep abreast of the issues and educate others.  Raising awareness of the problem is the first step to abolishing it.

GIVE:  Time or money to support the work of exposing, rescuing, restoring and celebrating vulnerable girls and women around the world.  Visit our Donate page to contribute.

Partnering to Change Lives


GTi HOPE and women in India are blessed by a partnership with All Girls Allowed to bring holistic literacy courses and the message of hope to impoverished dalit women. Over 600 women have been given the opportunity to learn reading, writing, math, sanitation, hygiene, nutrition, improved family relations, the importance of savings, and empowerment skills.

Thank you All Girls Allowed for bringing hope to the hopeless through literacy and the message of hope!

John Paul Nuvunyi

Through the continuing of the support of All Girls Allowed to the communities of Kasese and Uganda at large, the AGA School can help empower and support girls and women through formal education and skills training, restoring their God given life, value and dignity, and enabling them to become the masterpiece God has intended them to be. Because of All Girls Allowed, we help the poorest of the poor, fighting poverty, emotionally, physically and financially as God guides and provides to us, equipping girls and women, and supporting orphans and needy children in the communities.

John Paul Muvunyi
Director, AGA School Kasese, Uganda
Janice Rosser Allen

We at ICM have been blessed to partner with All Girls Allowed for a number of years. I’ve witnessed the tremendous impact their generosity is having in the lives of women and children across Asia and Africa - introducing them to the hope of Jesus!

Janice Rosser Allen
CEO and President, ICM
Jean De Dieu Nsabimana

All Girls Allowed is making our vision where children can pursue a quality education a reality. Through support from All Girls Allowed, a primary school was built that educates more than 400 students from poor families in low-income communities of Rwanda; and more than 1500 vulnerable people were given medical insurance and access to medical treatment. All Girls Allowed is making a huge difference in our work of building bridges of care. All Girls Allowed is committed to bringing the commandment of God “you shall love your neighbor as yourself “into action.

Jean De Dieu Nsabimana
Director, Girls' Dignity for the Nation