Apply to win a $200 scholarship! 


We love to give back. A percentage of our sales goes into our Pincurl Girl scholarship fund. We grant $200 every quarter to a driven tween to help her achieve her goals.

What does it mean to be a Pincurl Girl? 

A Pincurl Girl is continuously working toward her goals. She may have self-doubt at times, but has the courage and drive to keep pushing herself forward.  


Scholarship money can be used for art classes, STEM camp, summer camp, dance, music lessons, a tutor, basically anything you needs to help you become the person you dream of becoming. 


The winning girl will also be illustrated as a Pincurl Girl character and animated into a short social media video! 


Rules and regulations: Winner must be between the age of 10 - 16. A mini-documentary video may be produced telling your story. Scholarship money will be paid out to the organization, camp, piano teacher, etc of her choice. Money will NOT go directly to the girl. 


Deadline: Apply by June 15th, 2020. 








Pincurl Girl Scholarship Finalists


Scholarship money can be used for art classes, STEM camp, summer camp, dance, music lessons, a tutor, basically anything you needs to help you become the person you dreams of becoming. Winning girl will also be turned into a Pincurl Girl character and animated into a short social media video!
Meet our past finalist:

Jane is a Go Getter!


She has been trying to earn money to pay her own way to Girl Scout Camp, Camp Wondering Waters. She jumps at every challenge and is happy and enthusiastic most of the time.She is also a planner so she doesn't wait until the last minute to plan or schedule things that she loves to do.

Mia is a hard-working.


She has been dancing all her life, but her primary focus has been ballet. She has attended many dance camps, specials, has danced in many productions and works incredibly, incredibly hard for all her successes.She believes in empowering others to succeed, being strong and following her passions.Mia would use the money to go to Dance Camp.

Nora is smart & fierce.


She stands up for what she believes in and is very adamant about social justice for all people. She has stood up to bullies at her school and been there to help other students by being a friend.Nora would use the money to go to Girls Rock Denver Camp (a camp where girls get to be in a rock band)


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