My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Sisters 4 Sisters Inc, Lanham, MD, USA
Connecting with Sisters4Sisters four years ago has been a valuable and inspiring support system for my personal growth. Since one of the most powerful tools in growth is honoring one's self, Sisters4Sisters has been a place for me to serve and be served into greatness. I continue to learn about myself, take time for myself, and to treat myself with a great deal of love and respect because I deserve it. Sisters4Sisters has also provided me with the opportunity to be a part of a community of fascinating women whose sole purpose is to lift women up higher. It has given me a chance to reconnect with myself, connect with other women, and get in touch with the bigger story of why I'm here and what I can do to serve and honor my higher power. In serving and providing empowerment, self-esteem, educational, and enrichment workshops and seminars to women in homeless and transition shelters, women with HIV/Aids or women affected by rape or domestic violence; single women providing for their children or women re-entering the workforce, I'm conscientiously grateful. Sisters4Sisters enlightens me, feeds my spirit, and helps me to connect to the center of my being. Through working with this group, I know quite certainly that just to be alive is a grand thing. Much appreciation to founder of Sisters4Sisters, Ms. Carolyn Washington.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
The rescue of women from domestic violence situations; development workshops for women in transition and area homeless shelters; self-esteem and self defense workshops for teenagers; provisions distributed to rape crisis centers, sisters in Iraq, and students.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
develop and chapter for males at risk
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