The first one is called 7Wonderlicious. This site states in its about page:
"We believe every child is placed on this earth to accomplish something remarkable, something that only he or she can do.
Our tribe was created with one single purpose , to help reduce all threats to girlhood that crush our girls ' true nature and potential.
We focus on overturning the gender stereotypes that make girls obsess with body image, keep girls from taking leadership roles, that limit girls' interests in sciences and maths and cause them to feel self-aware when playing sports.
The first years of a girl's life are a crucial time when their identity and model of world are being shaped. Our goal is to provide in our 7Wonderlicious girls a group of fantastic role models; confident girls that are healthy, confident, resourceful, persistent and a lot of fun."
They share a lot of links and helpful news articles about girl empowerment and raising powerful, confident daughters. They also have some fun apps for kids.
The other site I found is called SheHeroes. The SheHeroes vision and mission statement states that
■A world where young people can see themselves in whichever occupation they choose.
■A society where gender doesn’t limit one’s choice and voices of both women and men are heard with equal regard.
■To tell inspiring stories of female role models via free web based video interviews geared towards 3rd through 5th graders.
■To awaken youth to their potential, increasing the numbers of youth from diverse ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds who will consider entering the workforce in a variety of careers. Careers which they might not have known or thought about previously.
■To encourage positive choices and reduce risky youth behaviors through video programming which facilitates discussion between the youth and a caring adult."
They share video interviews with women role models to help inspire young girls with the knowledge of the greatness that they can achieve.
I recommend that you go and visit these sites! I'll make sure to let you know of any other sites I find that empower girls.