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Help us grow. Fill the gap!

Give our trainees more space!

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Help Yes She Can grow.

In 2014, Yes She Can created and opened Girl AGain, a resale boutique, as an authentic business where young women with autism and learning disabilities could work and be coached on all aspects of running the store while gaining transferable skills for employment and greater independence.

Girl AGain and our model became a great success and now our job skills program has outgrown our 750 square foot space on Martine Avenue in White Plains, where we have been for more than 7 years.

We found a fabulous retail space on Church Street - a 1600 square foot open space in a high foot-traffic area. The space is available in July but we did not budget for a move until 2023. We can't miss this opportunity and so we are asking for help to fill the gap between our budgeted rent and the new cost of our location for 2022.

So, why should you help us pay rent? Well, as the late great Jonathan Larson, creator of the Broadway sensation, RENT, said: "everything is rent!"

Without a space to teach job skills, social behavior, self-advocacy, and emotional regulation, our young women would never have the opportunity to fulfill their potential.


And please come visit us at 10 Church Street, White Plains, NY. Call 914-358-1460 or email the store You can contact our program staff at