Tiffany Alaniz, a member of the Girls Night Out Inc. board, said the nonprofit group started as six friends talking earlier this year about how they could help other women.
"We all believe really strongly in doing something to help women who want to do something more with their lives, but just need a hand up," she
In a matter of months, the group and its first event, the "Sex and the City" Girls Night
Out, were born.It was an immediate success.The 275 tickets to the pre-party and screening of the movie sold out a week before the event, and Alaniz
said the group has been turning people away ever since.The overwhelming response has been surprising even to the event's founders.