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SuperCamp Application for SEEDLINGS Girls (Grades 1st-4th) in the City of Philly, PA

Submit your information on this page to apply for SuperCamp. Please download and read the Living the Guiding Principles below before completing the application. Several of the questions are related to the information in the document.  *Required Field

This application is for the SuperGirls Society (SGS) and its intensive summer training program: SuperCamp.


SuperCamp is a family-focused leadership development program for black girls and their families. The SEEDLINGS SuperCamp is for black girls entering grades 1-4 in fall 2018.


If you are chosen to be a member of this community you are agreeing to support the mission of the GrassROOTS Community Foundation, work in collaboration with other caregivers and girls, and commit to creating a world where all girls grow up to be healthy women.


Acceptance Rate: SuperGirls Society is an exclusive experience for those who are willing to commit to civic change. We accept only 10 percent of all applicants.


Our work is organized around the Kemetic principles of Maat. Please review the details of how we live by and practice these principles daily.


(Click on button below to download PDF document)

About SuperGirls Society Candidate
Rate how often you currently practice each of the following principles:
About Caregiver(s):
About Caregiver 2
Please have one caregiver answer the questions below

At GrassROOTS Community Foundation, we believe in strong racial identity development. We ask that families and girls study and understand the contributions of African people to the world.

SGS is a year-long commitment. Girls and their caregivers are asked to participate in monthly meetings. In preparation for the meetings, girls along with their caregiving circle will have to read emails and review other reading materials.

Being a member of the GrassROOTS Community Foundation is all encompassing. We seek to be in community with those who can incorporate and make these principles a part of their daily life practices.

This includes being willing to make the information a part of your family’s daily practices. Please rate your willingness to do the following:

SuperCamp tuition is $1800 per girl; this includes cost of camp and year round leadership development.  Through our collective efforts, we fundraise to provide financial support to the families we accept.  Three out of four families who are accepted receive financial support.

We practice healthy eating and movement. All participants of SGS including the caregiving circle are asked to participate in the SUGAR PLEDGE.  This means, if accepted, you must agree to reduce your artificial sugar intake including the full elimination of carbonated sugary drinks from your SuperGirl’s and family’s diet.

All the questions below are intended to help us evaluate your commitment to learning, community building, civic engagement and girls’ leadership development.

Community is important to us. We are interested in better understanding your ideas about community and your history of community engagement.

GrassROOTS Community Foundation recognizes that black people in America are differentially positioned.  We believe strongly in cooperative economics and seek to contribute and support black organizations.  Please answer the following questions.

Reciprocity is a critical part of our work. Please answer the following questions.

We are building civic leaders; this means our girls’ caregiving circle must be socially aware. Please let us know:

We are invested in sharing black girls’ stories and re-educating the world about black girl possibilities. One of the most important ways we do this is through social media.

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