SuperGirl Shine Foundation, Inc. (SuperGirls) is submitting this application to request designation as an NTEE O50 - Youth Development Program nonprofit public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue tax code. Our organization will provide opportunities for young girls, aged 10 to 17 years, to participate in recreational, cultural, social, civic activities and personal development opportunities with the purpose fo helping these young girls and women develop their potential and grow into healthy, educated, responsible and productive adults. We will accomplish our purpose by offering comprehensive activities for young girls and young women including professional development, education and living skills training, and social function
Starting in beauty pageants young is an opportunity to work for a scholarship, and grow up to get an incredible job, and that beauty pageants have a long-term impact on girls. (Cartwright). Beauty Pageants can give girls, who grow up into young women, a start to having a successful career. Pageants give women more confidence in themselves, which keep them happy. (Horton).
Being born into a politically involved family allowed her to grow up with the familiarity of the political world and has allowed women to have a more pronounced voice in political decisions. Roosevelt not only impacted the way of women politically, but she also had a positive impact on women economically. Becoming the First Lady in the White House enabled Roosevelt to have even more of an impact on political decisions that were made. She was a leader in her own right and was involved in numerous decisions that were made to the U.S. economy (History.com Staff, “Eleanor Roosevelt”). In addition, Eleanor influenced women in the social aspect as well.
However, while she is in the arena she builds relationships with many characters and she does her best to save the people she loves. The overarching theme of Suzanne Collins’ novel, The Hunger Games, is that love can make people forget their basic survival instincts as shown by Katniss’ willingness to put herself in peril to save her loved ones such as Primrose Everdeen, Peeta Mellark, and the girl from district eleven Rue. Love 's effect on a person 's survival instincts is first demonstrated by Katniss ' love for her younger sister, Primrose (Prim).In The Hunger Games, every year the districts hold a reaping to choose the tributes that go to the games. Prim gets called at the reaping and Katniss volunteers for her. In paragraph six chapter two of the novel it states “With one sweep of my arm, I push her behind me.
A role model is someone you are inspired by, someone you look up to. I believe role models come from the heart and they make you strive to be the best you can be. I look up to my older sister, Danaka, she used to treat me like she was my second mother. Danaka always cared for me and picked me up when I fell down. We used to laugh, play, and have fun together when we were kids.
In the satire written Carol by Schacter’s in 1984, the little girl is a beauty contestant worried by her parents’ acceptance. “She had won the title and next year, Mommy promised, she could enter the preliminaries for the Miss Pre-Sub-Teen America pageant. Oh, Mommy was so happy!” This quote shows the motives for which the protagonist is desiring to become a champion of several beauty contests. Parents serve as role models to their children through examples they demonstrate in their families and outside their household. They are usually subjects of admiration and emulation.
Evelyn How Mr. Catrette Lit/Writ 7 September 2015 In Two Kinds, a short story by Amy Tan, it is about a mom who pushes her daughter and strives for her to be some type of prodigy. The mom came from a tough background, moving to San Francisco after losing her parents, her family home, her first husband, and two twin baby girls. She “believed you could be anything you wanted to be in America”, so she didn’t regret her decision. The mother was a housecleaner, and wanted June to be worth more than that. So she was obsessed with attempting to make June a prodigy.
That quote is my theme of Yellow Fever 1793 By: Laurie Halsh Anderson. In other words, the theme is “Growing up and finding yourself.” The quotes in the last few paragraphs have helped me prove this theme. The quotes have shown us Matilda’s change in character, her dreams/illusions, her thoughts, and the hardship of Yellow Fever. In the beginning, Mattie was a normal teenager who dreaded chores and bickered with her mother. Later on in the book she dealt with acting as a nurse to her grandfather, a mother to Nell, and trying to be the best daughter and person she could.
It gives a guide to help autistic kids from parents’ perspectives, since parents are the first mentor of any children. Holly received an interview from writer Amy Elisa Keith for magazine People. Through telling her family story, she hoped to inspire other families to seek right treatment and keep hope for their special children. The writer Amy records a successful sample that how a Mom wins this battle, goes through desperation to hope, and experience from the first doctor’s cold judge: “your son will never say I love you, mommy or run to you greeting you” to every single day her son runs to her and greet to her along with a kiss from his juicy lips and say “Mom, I love you, you’re
One of the most important relationships humans have is the relationship they have with their mothers. The bond between a mother and her daughter starts from the day she has her baby girl. When a little girl grows up, she idolizes her Mom. She wants to look like her, act like her, and even do exactly what she does. When someone has a positive connection with their mother, they feel like they can open up in any way to her.
Among the volunteers of Polished Girlz is McKenzie Camplin. According to McKenzie, “Being a Polished Girl is all about making girls and women feel better about themselves. The organization helps women and girls have better self-esteem.” McKenzie currently volunteers for Polished Girlz on a monthly basis. McKenzie’s mother, a friend of Alanna’s mother, thought McKenzie volunteering for the organization would be great fit for her. Among various volunteering experiences, McKenzie says on a typical day she goes to the Montgomery County Job Center and does nails there.
Jessa Duggar Seewald: Pregnancy, birth update, future plans and TV show plots Jessa Duggar Seewald, the twenty-two year old television personality reality star from “19 Kids and Counting” says she has learned many things from her mother with regards to motherhood and she plans to implement those learned parenting skills in her own home and as she raises her own child. She hopes to emulate her faith and patience through her marriage and child-raising years as well as in many other aspects of their lives. Michelle Duggar has been an inspiration to Jessa and she also wants to be able to share the love, wisdom and grace her mother has given to her and her siblings equally. Jessa has been blossoming into motherhood beautifully. She has kept in shape during her whole pregnancy.
In her country girls are allowed to go to school because of her. Also did a malala fund to help girls go to school. Malala was a teen activist before that happened. When she was ten, she blogs about herself under taliban rules. This conclude that Malala is a brave, inspiring, and helpful teen
Many individuals shared their personal story on Women in Distress. For instance, Olga a victimized mother of two kids shared “In Distress has helped me get my children back in school, find an apartment and a job, and get furniture, clothing and more at the Thrift Store. The three of us attend therapy at Women in Distress, and day by day we are growing stronger. Women in Distress have helped to set my family free, so that we don’t have to be captives in our own home
They hope to equip many diverse individuals to achieve and maintain social, physical, financial, intellectual and spiritual well-being. Their vision is to provide a safe environment for all women and girls to come together and experience opportunities, awareness, and action, diversity and inclusiveness and partnership with others. What do we do? We volunteer at the events that help raise the funds that go towards their annual mammograms for uninsured women and the scholarships that allow women of all ages to go back to college who did not get the chance or finish to go before. Each year around 500 scholarships are awarded, that go towards high school graduates or older women who choose to go back to school to either get or finish their degree; in order to