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We are a non-profit organization that focus on girls grades 8-12. We offer a leadership development program utilizing key components for preparation, success, intervention, exploration, and awareness for middle and high school girls. We provide a safe environment where teen girls can come and learn strategies to become confident leaders and contributing members of society. GOH has grown tremendously in the number of girls we serve our lifeenhancing community service projects, mentoring and leadership workshop sessions. Our program is targeting middle and high school girls. Our community service, we feed the homeless we pack 1k-2k lunches for meals on wheels. We fill up our local rescue mission pantry with dry foods and can goods.We have lots of team building. We hold them accountable to academic excellence. We provide various workshops ,Teaching them how to write their own vision, and to set tangible goals and with the help of the mentors, we get these goals accomplished.
We envision a world in which all girls and young women, regardless of race, ethnicity, income level or social status, are nurtured and empowered to reach their fullest potential. Garden of Hope, Inc. provides empowerment programs to young women to enhance their lives. We provide life skills and leadership development training that will help girls develop into confident women through education, life skills training and career exploration opportunities. We provide several workshops such as Financial literacy, Etiquette, Beauty, Writing our visions and so much more. We provide vital life skills through direct instruction, opportunities for career exploration, field trips and role-playing; this in turn will help foster personal growth and development. Teen girls in our high school program come from various high schools within the USA. In addition to meeting regularly, the teens enjoy occasional outings and field trips.