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Art of Resiliency Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Children & Youth, Youth Community Service Clubs

Mission: To empower young girls to become self resilient in all areas of life.

Results: We have helped shape 42 girls in our community. The learned self-awareness and how to become resilient in life.

Target demographics: young girls ages 8-14

Direct beneficiaries per year: 2020, 42 young girls

Geographic areas served: Round Rock, Tx and Killen, Tx

Programs: Empowerment class to become effective leaders in self-confidence, anti-bullying, and self-development.

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

I learned about this nonprofit while they were outside of Chipotle doing a fundraiser. The owner was there and her spirit is amazing. I felt a connection with her immediately and asked her could she help my daughter with her self esteem. She gave me her info and called me and spoke to my daughter. My daughter felt in love with her and took A class. I could just cry at how much my daughter has grown. The owner name is Crystal and she’s amazing. My daughter is so confident. Thank you! My husband and I appreciate the work you’re doing in the community. May God bring many blessings.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Hi. I came to this nonprofit because they came highly recommended in the community. My daughter gravitated to the owner as she just deeply cared about her and always checked on her. My daughter now has since went to college and the owner still keeps in touch with her. The passion she has for kids is applauding.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Yasmin was very great with working with my daughter. She made sure she was good before releasing her. Most of my daughter issues was bullying so Yasmin helped her and she’s now confident. This nonprofit is so awesome. They are always helping the community.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This nonprofit really help my teenage daughter when she was struggling with some issues. Their mentors are very great and I can’t recommend this nonprofit enough.