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THE RAINBOW GIRLS


The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls is a non-profit, character building, service-oriented organization that teaches girls three basic virtues: FAITH in a Supreme Being and other people, having HOPE in all that they do, and CHARITY toward others.

Rainbow Assemblies are located around the world, active throughout the United States, Aruba, Queensland and New South Wales in Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan and the Philippines.

The main goal of Rainbow is to help its members become more than they dreamed possible. Rainbow teaches girls three basic virtues: to have FAITH in a Supreme Being, other people and themselves; to have HOPE in all that they do; and to be CHARITABLE, for to live a life of service is the most rewarding life of all.

Rainbow is open to girls between the ages of 11 and 20, regardless of race, creed, color or national origin. The values promoted by Rainbow are basic to many religions. No actions will ever be required of members that would be against their personal beliefs or the teachings of their church or home; just as in Freemasonry, members are, in fact, encouraged to be loyal to their church and home.

The seven colors of the Rainbow are used to represent seven teachings that each member receives on her journey toward the pot of gold.

Rainbow members' family are welcomed and encouraged to participate in meetings and in other activities. They are also encouraged to serve on Rainbow Advisory Boards.

Rainbow has a "dress code" that applies to all Members and adults whether attending a local Assembly, Grand Assembly or Supreme Assembly, or when representing Rainbow elsewhere. The Rainbow dress code specifies formal dresses for certain meetings and church-going attire for other meetings and, when representing Rainbow in a group, the dress should be tasteful and appropriate for the occasion. Rainbow Girls thus learn how to present themselves with dignity, grace and poise.

The book of ceremonies called the "Ritual" contains Rainbow’s teachings based on right living and thinking. In the course of holding offices and presenting associated memorized lectures, Rainbow Girls learn about public speaking and leadership.

For more detailed information about Rainbow, please click on

The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls - Canada

The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls - Kansas, USA



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