Our Four Causes

a highlight of the incredible work our partners have done this year.

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Circle of Sisterhood

This organization pairs one of the largest networks of college educated women - sorority women - with the need to provide schooling to young girls all around the world. They make an impact on a global scale through fighting poverty by educating girls.

“Circle of Sisterhood has been able to grant over $845,000 to organizations working in 22 different countries and has funded fifteen school Circle of Sisterhood has been able to grant over $845,000 to organizations working in 22 different countries and has funded fifteen school builds in Malawi, Senegal, Haiti, Nepal and Nicaragua since our founding in 2010.builds in Malawi, Senegal, Haiti, Nepal and Nicaragua since our founding in 2010.“

 

Random Acts

Random Acts of Kindness contributes to a bigger story of conquering the world through kindness through inspiring both small acts and those on a large scale. They are currently working on two different projects: Dreams to Act: Nicaragua and Stronger Than Storms. Through their initiatives they are able to give back to various causes while inspiring everyone to make a difference on a daily basis

 
 

Step Up Women’s Network

Step Up connects urban high school students between the ages of 13 and 18 to a network of professional women to inspire them to pursue their dreams. Not only do they provide a mentorship program, they also do after school programs, panel events, power breakfasts and many many more. 98% of their 2016 class graduated high school and were accepted into college.

 

World Dental Relief

This organization provides dental supplies, training, and dental work to those in need all over the world. At the beginning it was two dentists traveling and donating their time. Now they are able to give back on a bigger scale through providing the supplies needed while training mission organizations. “I have seen it with my own eyes in third and fourth world countries – mothers and their children standing in lines three blocks long just to get relief from dental pain. There is no pain like dental pain. It was for these people that World Dental Relief was established in 1975.”