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Girl in a Coma at GRCA 2009
Girl in a Coma at GRCA 2009 (by Shelley Hiam)

Looking for a gift idea that benefits an entire generation? For the past two years, the Girls Rock Camp Austin has existed solely as a summer session aimed at girls 8-18 who want to learn instruments. Now, they've set their sights even higher.

By making a monthly donation, or just a one-time donation, you can help the program evolve into a year-round education. You can also donate to their Amazon wish list or buy a swanky new Girls Rock Camp hoodie.

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