Are you a high school senior off to college next year? Are you currently a college student? The California Rainbow Foundation has scholarships available for you!! Don’t delay – apply TODAY! All completed applications are due February 15, 2019!
- 2 year term
- At least 16 years old as of January 30, 2019
- Contribute on at least 90% of our monthly calls
- Attend annual retreat weekends
- Expect to dedicate about 2-5 hours/month preparing
- Always show up with energy and enthusiasm
California Rainbow’s “Beyond the Line” is a program designed to further the leadership and life skills of girls through self-study and application during her line office term. Each year, one girl for each line office from the program will be acknowledged as a Distinguished Leader.
How do YOU receive the Distinguished Leader Award?
While in your line office, work on your “Beyond the Line” skills and complete the project for your office. When you finish your project fill out and submit your term report online.
All the reports submitted will be reviewed by a committee which includes the Grand Line Officer. The committee will select ONE Distinguished Leader for each line office to be announced at Grand Assembly.
The Distinguished Leader will be a girl that demonstrates the skills of her line office, is someone that is committed to her project and learning from it, and she thrives to keep a growth mindset.
Every Distinguished Leader will be recognized with her own name tag for the year, a crystal award and #humblebrag rights on college applications and resumes.
Complete ALL your office term reports (Faith, Hope, Charity, WAA, WA) and you’ll receive a certificate of completion of the CA IORG Distinguished Leader Program and #humblebrag rights on college applications and resumes.
We believe the Rainbow Girls are individuals that are interested in being better – better people, leaders, better version of our current self. We get better through GROWTH. A critical piece of growth is reviewing and thinking about what you’ve done, and what you’ve learned. Filling out a term report gives you a chance to:
- Take a moment and reflect on what you’ve done
- Celebrate your accomplishments
We can’t wait to see future leaders grow!
Faith – https://www.surveymonkey.
Hope – https://www.surveymonkey.
Charity – https://www.surveymonkey.
WAA – https://www.surveymonkey.
WA – https://www.surveymonkey.
These links are also available on the Leadership Team page at our website www.gocarainbow.org/resources/leadership-team/.
Amanda was facing this issue with her kids when she called Families Forward, an organization in southern California that helps homeless families. After contacting Families Forward, she was paired with a caseworker that helped her find stable housing and a job. Her kids also benefited from Christmas and Back to School programs addressing the needs of her young family. In 2018, Families Forward helped over 284 families like Amanda’s find this kind of stability with jobs and housing.
Amanda’s story was shared by Families Forward’s Director of Development Ms. Jen Granger during a presentation at California Rainbow’s annual Grand Sessions in Fresno in March 2018. Ms.Jen Granger was delighted and amazed to find out that California Rainbow had raised $61,341.80 dollars for Families Forward over the past year. Grand Worthy Advisor Alana presented Ms. Granger with a check representing the collective fundraising efforts of the members throughout the state.
A service report was also presented at the event in which it was announced that in addition to fundraising efforts, Rainbow members had donated backpacks, food and toys to many of the Families Forward programs throughout as well as volunteered at their headquarters sorting food and inventory. Additionally, the membership of California volunteered a grand total of 8,198 hours to various service projects and made “Hope in a Bag” homeless care kits they could pass out to homeless throughout the state.
Rainbow Girls of California can be proud of their contribution toward helping homeless families and other charities this past year. Many children and parents have hope for the future and a stable lifestyle thanks to the generosity of California Rainbow.
Watch the video of the girls announcing the amount California Rainbow had raised throughout the year along with Ms. Jen Granger’s speech here:
Go check out our IORG Spirit Gear and represent wherever you go!
At the Northern Instructional on Saturday, June 17th in San Francisco, Grand Worthy Advisor Alana called upon California Rainbow to participate in several different types of service projects to benefit families across the state. First, we will be having a food drive that will culminate at the Southern Instructional that will benefit our Grand Service Project, Families Forward, directly.
She is also encouraging Assemblies all across California to hold food drives to benefit their local food banks as well. Click on the images below to download the flyers for the California Rainbow Food Drive!
It’s time for you all to see the new line officers books, Beyond the Line. Please review and enjoy the content as we complete the online portals for you all to enjoy in June with your new offices.
Adults, we didn’t forget you! Your Playbook is also available online for you to enjoy and start reviewing.
Let us know your thoughts and we really hope you all use these tools to keep your assemblies growing and to keep developing the leader within!
The California Rainbow Public Relations Team is looking for girls to serve on our team for the 2017-18 year. The purpose of the team is to get the attention of the community, and to tell them who we are. We are looking for girls who are excited to learn more and develop marketing and social media skills. We are very excited to continue to have active members of assemblies as members of our team. We will be announcing the new members of the Public Relations Team at the First OV. The application deadline is April 23rd, 2017. For any questions please email CaRainbowGirls@Gmail.com
To apply, click below!
California Rainbow is looking for excited Rainbow Alumni to join Team Talent. We are looking for 5 Coaches and 1 Assistant Director. Each coach will represent a different area of the Team: Vocal, Dance, Instrumental, Comedy/Precision and Sports. If you have a strong background in any of these areas and want to share your own talent with California Rainbow, please apply. Members of Team Talent will serve as ambassadors throughout the state, promoting the competition at their local events. See a girl sing a beautiful song? Encourage her to apply. Serve as her mentor. Overhear a girl talking about her love of baton twirling? Encourage her to apply! The Team will serve as mentors for all girls who wish to apply. Maybe a duo is stuck on what song to sing and needs some help determining which choice serves their voices best? Or maybe a comedy group needs some guidance organizing themselves. Or maybe a girl gets some nerves the night before her audition and she just needs someone to talk to. Team Talent will be here to help make sure that no girl who wants to do Grand Talent is left behind.
You still have time to make your reservations for the Sara Lee Martin Memorial Scholarship Dinner. It will be a great evening of not only honoring our Smiling Sara Lee but also to spend time with family and friends.
Live Auction Items include:
- 3-days / 2-nights at the Martin’s timeshare in Palm Springs. More details and pictures at the auction.
- “Stille Ohan” located on the Big Island of Hawaii, 1600 feet above Kailua-Kona in the heart of the Historic Kona Coffee Belt with a panoramic view of the ocean, harbor area and busy Kona town below. More details and pictures at the auction.
- TaylorMade Golf Driver with padded cover.
Silent Auction Item highlights:
- 4-one day Disneyland Park Hopper Tickets.
- Concert and Theater Tickets.
- Artwork and photography
Reservations are still being taken through February 4, 2017 at: