AHG and Trusted Ministries Create Tween Girls Christmas Gift Guide for Parents and Girls to Celebrate True Meaning of Christmas Together
December 6, 2021
CINCINNATI, Ohio — With the Christmas season in full swing, American Heritage Girls (AHG, www.americanheritagegirls.org), oneof the world’s largest Christian, scout-type organizations, is honored to come alongside several other Christ-centered, girl-focused ministries to speak to the hearts of girls and remind them of their worth in Christ. Through unique Christmas ideas including devotionals, and activities that moms and girls can share, American Heritage Girls, True Girl, Bible Belles, and For Girls Like You will make Christmas gifting one of feeding faith and celebrating Jesus.
Patti Garibay, founder and executive director of AHG, commented, “We know it can be hard to find gifts for tween girls, so this year, American Heritage Girls has teamed up with a few other girl-centric ministries that we trust to share some great gift ideas that any girl is sure to love. While these items might seem straightforward, they all point girls back to Christ and encourage them to value their relationship with their Savior.”
This link at Christmastime with other girl ministries is a natural extension of American Heritage Girls’ mission to build women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country. By connecting with these likeminded ministries, AHG is furthering their reach and allowing even more young women across the country to hear the truth of the Gospel.
“We are so happy to connect with these organizations,” Garibay commented. “We hope that this list of items for tween girls will give parents a great starting point to find age-appropriate Christian items for Christmas and continue to keep raising godly girls!”
For the full list of items, click here.
American Heritage Girls was founded in 1995 by a group of parents who wanted this faith-based, scout-type character development program for their daughters. At AHG, girls ages five to 18 meet together as a single Troop at the same time and then break out into Units by Levels. This gives AHG girls the important social experience of interacting with friends and godly mentors of various ages; members also learn leadership skills within a group setting. AHG Troops are located in local communities across the nation. If none exists in a given area, families can bring the AHG Program to their own area. An American Heritage Girls Troop Development Coach is available to provide resources to potential Charter Organizations and other families to form a new Troop. To hear more about the purpose, mission, and vision of AHG from Founder and Executive Director Patti Garibay, click here.
Today, there are Troops in all 50 states and girls being served in 15 countries around the globe. Girls can join a Troop at any time; if a Troop is not available nearby, they can become a Trailblazer and enjoy the AHG program alongside their parent. A variety of Christian denominations are also represented as Charter Organizations for Troops. Thousands of volunteer members across the country are helping girls grow in their faith, cultivate a heart for service, enjoy the great outdoors, and have more fun than they can imagine.
The “Raising Godly Girls” radio feature and Raising Godly Girls blog shares guidance and biblically based advice on many key topics affecting girls today—including the prevalence of bullying and cyberbullying. It gives parents, educators, and faith community leaders a set of tools, resources, and Scripture-based advice to assist in raising girls after God’s own heart. The “Raising Godly Girls Minute” with Patti Garibay airs on 900+ Christian radio stations across the country.
To schedule interviews with Patti Garibay, Founder and Executive Director of American Heritage Girls, contactMedia@HamiltonStrategies.com, Beth Harrison, 610.584.1096 ext. 105, or Deborah Hamilton, ext. 102.To inquire about airing the “Raising Godly Girls Minute” with Patti Garibay, contact Michael Hamilton, 610.584.1096, ext. 101.