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
I watch her fill up her children's mind with imagination and wonder. I watch Danaka inspire her kids the way I was inspired. I wish to become a mother like her, a mother that cares without a resistance, and loves unconditionally. My sister loves the world around her, she has always wanted to make the world a better place. She has inspired me to help those in need, and love those who are broken.
Being a part of a sisterhood is probably the best choice any female could make to help her improve herself in any way. It provides leadership skills, social skills, and helps build teamwork. You share your dreams and your goals and help each other achieve them and then you’re there for each other on bad days and you take care of each
More and more people were wanting education, but many people were underprivileged. Oprah changed the world of education for many girls. She really wanted to do this because she can relate to these girls. She was in poverty but at least she got a good education and she wanted the same for these girls. Oprah said to the girls, “I believe just like my grandmother was a very powerful woman [and] stepped in and took care of me, so are all the other grandmothers in Africa who are stepping in and raising to the best of their ability, their
Let Girls Learn In her efforts to raise awareness for women’s rights at the Let Girls Learn event in early 2016, Michelle Obama, an American lawyer and the first African American First Lady of the Unites States, strategically writes her speech to display the conditions girls around the world endure to live a life without the simple right to an education. She develops her speech through the use of gratitude as a connection to the public, an appeal to pathos and the final shift in tense to establish hope among the people. Together, these strategies allow Michelle Obama to inform the society that they must unite as one in order to effectively and successfully support the education of girls around the world. Obama begins by making a personal connection with the public through gratitude for their endless efforts to assist in the program. She states that although she is a prominent leader, she never truly accomplished everything she had, alone.
The repetition of the statement “It is a violation of human rights when” makes the speech all the more memorable for the audience. The persuasion transitions to encouragement. Through this statement “We share a common future, and we are here to find common ground so that we may help bring new dignity and respect to women and girls all over the world, and in so doing bring new strength and stability to families as well”, the women feels empowered and hopeful for what is yet to come. Hillary Clinton uses the pronoun “we” throughout the entire speech, which indicates that she is speaking on behalf of an institution or as a representative. In this case, Hillary Clinton is representing women and aiming to bring dignity and respect to
The Power of Women In Mothers to think Back Through: Who are They? The Ambiguous Example of Christian de Pizan, by Sheila Delaney. The author raises an excellent point that women have an important role in the society with their married and independent life. Delaney supports Christine through her writing, that women are considered to be strong, wise, skilled, brave, and are capable to do any work as men and learn various things that can help them with their actions. As time passes by, women are open to various opportunities in the society with more freedom.
The story describes the two-girl’s day to day lives as best friends. In the story it also expressed the narrator's wishes to have sisters and explores how her relationship with Lucy is the closest she has to having a sister. The story is about unity how women should help one another and to form a bond with each other as a way to give strength to one another. The whole purpose of this theme is to reassure women who are alone or leave an abusive relationship are not alone they are each other to stand with, a way to empower their sisterhood. To help each other during their challenging
Gender provided a useful category for the League’s member activism in the mid-twentieth century. League members were motivated by their experiences as mothers, those experiences embolden them to claim a voice (Shulte 4). Women were not only doing the things they did for themselves but also for their children and to better their future. The League of Women Voters fought for women’s new found right and tried to get more
Like any ordinary teenager, Malala Yousafzai attended school. But Malala turns from an ordinary girl to an inspirational role model with her passion and ability to inspire others. She became a well-known figure by advocating education for all children, especially for girls. In “Malala the Powerful” by Kristin Lewis and the autobiography “I Am Malala” by Malala and Christina Lamb, it further describes Malala’s crusade for education. Clearly, Malala has a strong passion and ability to inspire others, which has been essential for her becoming the role model she is now.
There are several homeless shelters within a twenty to thirty mile radius. We were only able to find two in Canton which serve females. Bethany Place is a home to single women or unwed mothers. Their mission is to “educate such women to become productive and secure members of society through hard work, dedication and determination.” (Home., n.d.) The other one is called Angel House of North Georgia which houses nineteen girls ranging from age 12 – 19. They teach the girls skills that they will need to be successful in their future (North Georgia Angel House Inc. - Welcome.
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.
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