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Diamond In The Rough Youth Development Inc

Rating: 5 stars   31 reviews 969

Nonprofit Issues:

Children & Youth

Address:

2140 McGee Road Suite C640 Snellville GA 30078 USA

Mission:

Diamond In The Rough (DITR), is an award winning, faith-based, non-denominational, youth development and leadership program dedicated to "Transforming the world . . . One child, one family, one community at a time". DITR offers a variety of preventative programs and enrichment activities designed to build self-esteem, character, and leadership among girls of all ages. Visit our website at www.ditr.org to learn more.

Results:

Diamond In The Rough has successfully served over 4,000 youth and families since our inception in 2004. Working in collaboration with local schools, churches and organizations, it is our goal to provide programs and services to girls around the globe.

Target demographics:

Girls ages 4-18 and their families.

Direct beneficiaries per year:

150 youth

Geographic areas served:

metro Atlanta

Programs:

Group mentoring, leadership training, career training & family enrichment activities.

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678-376-9676
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Reviews for Diamond In The Rough Youth Development Inc

Rating: 5 stars  

I have been a board member of Diamond In The Rough for several years. I am always amazed at the sincere care DITR not only takes for the girls but their parents as well. Helping to educate and empower them to be the best parents they can be as they educate and empower their girls to be the best they can be.

 
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Being in Diamond In The Rough since 4th grade and almost eight years, has taught me that I have a dream! Also, Diamond In The Rough helped me understand my self-worth, made me a better leader and helped me realize why it's important to make a change in the community. Although this year will be my last year in the program and I plan to make it the best year by leaving a huge legacy at Diamond In The Rough that will be talked about years from now.

Mrs. Nicole Steele is a great role model and one of the most hard-work people that I know. Her heart to help young girls build their self-esteem is endless. I thank God for giving her the vision to start such a wonderful program. The mentors are awesome, dedicated and have helped me over the years in a variety of areas. When I get older, I definitely will come back to let the girls know that they are worth something because that is what Diamond In The Rough taught me. My life has been transformed and empowered because of my experience at Diamond In The Rough. -Faith M.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

I would not change anything.

How would you describe the help you got from this organization?

Life-changing

How likely are you to recommend this organization to a friend?

Definitely

How do you feel you were treated by this organization?

Very Well

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2015

 
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1 person found this review helpful

Diamond in the Rough has been a blessing to me and to so many young girls. I love the heart and passion that this organization demonstrates through all of their programs. I so wish this was around when I was a young girl.

 
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1 person found this review helpful

This is a wonderful organization that far exceeds the expectations the community places on them. The members that make up this organization are praying, professional and profound women. Anyone that is blessed to come in contact with or become a part of DITR is impacted in a positive manner.

 
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Rating: 5 stars  

Diamonds in a Rough is a great mentoring program for our young girls.

 
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I have been volunteering with the Diamond In The Rough Youth Development program for about 4 years.
I cannot begin to tell you how it has blessed me beyond my expectations. This organization has brought so
much awareness of what our young girls are facing physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. I have seen
the lives of these young girls transformed as a result of being a part of the Diamond In The Rough Family.
This organization has truly created a safe environment for the girls to express themselves and not feel judged
instead they receive love, care, support, protection and knowledge. Each girl that comes into the program and
truly engage and participate will definitely become a precious diamond and their lives will never be the same.
Mentor/Volunteer Ms. Lucille

 
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Diamond In The Rough is by far the most rewarding organization that I've volunteered for. The Leaders of DITR are organized, creative and plan agendas that positively impact our young girls. Over the years they've partnered with other non-profits such as Partners Against Domestic Violence and local colleges to educate and empower our next generation of women. I look forward to volunteering every year!

Karli James

 
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The DITR program is making a huge difference in society. The dedicated mentors/volunteers go above and beyond for the success of the program. Everyone in the program are passionate about promoting the mission. Diamond In The Rough is not only a fabulous nonprofit to be a part of but a family.

 
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Rating: 5 stars  

I found DITR several years ago searching for a debutante and it was the best thing I could've found for my daughter. She is currently going on her 4th year. She has learned to express herself better, social and people skills, understanding that God and family are first and knowing her worth. This is a program that continues to get better each year and I'm delighted to be involved. There are so many activities and ways a parent can stayed involved. It's a blessing! Thank you DITR for providing our girls with "Girl Power", the strength and knowledge of the different stages a girl goes through to womanhood.

 
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Rating: 5 stars  

I had been searching for a girl mentoring group for my daughter for over a year. After some not so good experiences, I saw a side-note on my Facebook page about Diamond In The Rough. I looked them up & after speaking with Ms. Audra McDaniel, signed my daughter up immediately. Ms. McDaniel was very patient, took time to answer my questions, and as a mother, shared some of her stories with me. September 2015, my daughter will be going into her 2nd year as a member and she loves it. I wanted her to have another support system ... other than myself and my husband ... where she could go to if she ever needed to. I wanted her to have a place where she can be surrounded by young ladies her age (13 at the time) or older who would most likely be experiencing the same things she was, or had gone through something similar. And she found that in DITR. The mentors in my daughter's cluster ... in my opinion ... showed sincere care and concern for the young ladies. My daughter expressed how comfortable she felt speaking with them. It doesn't feel at all to me like the organization is all about money. Field trips are offered, both free and some we have to pay ~> and I'm fine with that. From what I see, the organization is always pushing FAMILY. I love what Ms. Nicole Steele, Ms. Audra McDaniel and the rest of the DITR family are doing, and I hope they continue. For what the organization means to my daughter, it definitely gets my support. In fact, 2 days ago I recommended it to another friend. And just from reading the website, she registered her daughter and they are both excited to get started this September 2015. May this organization continue its mission. Bless ~ Pittman

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Can't think of anything off hand.

Will you volunteer or donate to this organization?

Definitely

How much of an impact do you think this organization has?

A lot

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2015

 
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