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Sadie Nash Leadership Project
November 30, 2012

Far and away one of the best non-profits I have ever seen in action. It is visionary in concept, and hands-on in terms of results -- and what results! Sadie Nash Leadership Project transforms the lives and futures of girls, and empowers them to lead productive, rewarding lives ... taking them on a voyage of discovering, recognizing and developing their talents and potential. This is truly an exceptional organization, of great merit.

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Sadie Nash Leadership Project
March 28, 2011

SNLP is an extraordinary organization that truly invests itself in its clientele. Their programs provoke genuine thinking, awareness and evaluation, and promote individual achievement and success ... it is rare to find an organization that makes such a measurable and lasting difference not only to the lives it touches, but in turn empowers young women to contribute to the lives of the families and communities that surround them. This is a unique opportunity, that delivers a unique result.

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I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

Being privileged to hear, first hand, some of the remarkable turn-arounds and opportunities that graduates of SNLP have shared. These are inspirational stories that make me realize how little it takes to make so great an investment in young lives, and in the cityscape that we are all a part of.

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

Broaden their funding base to expand their outreach. Possibly work with NYC to assimilate these programs into public schools that subscribe to the values and broadening of horizons that SNLP brings to young lives.

Donor & Have been a supporter for their fund-raisers, and have consistently monitored their programs and achievements.