To work with young women and empower them to feel confident in their own skin and give them the strength to find and use their voice.
Through the HOPE Program, young women will gain personal and mental strength, create their own personal branding style, build friendships they can rely on and give back to the community.
While participating in the HOPE Program, young women will train in self-defense, attend meetings & events, walk together in our fashion show, celebrate friendships on a retreat and engage in giving back to their communities.
Participate in self defense classes with certified trainers to build their strength, safety, and confidence.
Participating in the fashion show helps our girls feel comfortable in their own skin and embrace who they are.
Giving back to the community not only benefits others, but helps build character and a sense of purpose within our girls.
Provides the opportunity for the girls to enjoy friendships built and embrace the bonds they've made.
To educate our girls on topics relevant to their age through guest speakers, activities, and group discussions.
Time together is a focus of the HOPE Program, giving the girls an opportunity to laugh and have fun.
peer pressure • drug abuse • friendship • social media • self esteem • body image
confidence • stress • suicide • self branding • kindness
Skylar fulfilled her dream of helping animals, specifically elephants, by working with the Elephants in my Backyard Foundation.
She traveled to Los Angeles on March 9th to attend the launch of the foundation, walk in a 5k to show her support and meet with founder, Tom Campbell to pursue her mission to give back.
She exceeded her goal to raise $1,000 which covered her expenses and give her the opportunity to foster a baby elephant named Dololo.
Bella's service project was aimed at a local home for teenage girls/moms. As a part of this project, she collected personal/feminine hygiene products that all girls need, but are often overlooked in general collections. She created a wish list full of possible donations. Tons of products were donated by the community, which was greatly appreciated.
On August 29th, 2019 Bella traveled to the home to deliver all that she collected and made dinner for the 5 girls living there and their house moms. After dinner, she hung out with the girls and got to know a little about each of them.
The night ended with a house water balloon fight.
"This project was truly humbling and life changing and I'm beyond happy I was able to help these girls." - Bella
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