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Mission Statement

S.A.S.S. Inc. is committed to the empowerment of black single mothers through access to community resources and encouraging mothers throughout their motherhood journey.

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Our goal at Strong Attitudes Supporting Sistahs, Inc. is to uplift black single mothers by giving new mothers a motherhood tribe to learn and grow with throughout their motherhood journey.

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by L J. (November 14, 2020)
This is not a good organization. I was looking for a virtual opportunity to volunteer in my community and was at first very excited to join their team. This is run from the Executive Director’s home, which I believe she lives with her parents or grandparents. Every Zoom meeting was interpreted continuously by her child. There was a lot of information that was requested up front, but there was a clear lack of direction and coordination of volunteers. I have volunteered for 30 years and this was the worst experience of my life. I was only supposed to volunteer one day a week for a specific task. I was asked to help with grant writing, join committees, work outside and drop off flyers, identify speakers, all outside of the time I was supposed to volunteer. Bottom line volunteers will be overly tasked because they don’t have any paid staff. When I stood my ground, the “ED” tried to nitpick my work. I resigned.