Presidential Invitation to Africa

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Presidential Invitation to Africa – BlessedGirls is heading to Africa! World Civility Ambassador with IChange Nations Dr Anana Phifer-Derilhomme will attend H.E. Denise NKURUNZIZA International Women Leaders’ Conference. H.E. First Lady NKURUNZIZA is the only ordained minister currently serving as a first lady of any African nation. Last years conference welcomed 114 delegates from 24 nations. Dr. Phifer-Derilhomme will attend and share the vision programs that BlessedGirls has to offer to empower our youth with skills, training and inspiration to help end poverty, climate control and human/equal rights.

We also will provide musical instruments for the children in The Burundi Children’s Heritage Organization. The organizations mission is to: create the excellent primary, secondary schools and even universities, supervise and aid people considered most vulnerable i.e. orphans, widows, widowers, people who are handicapped, elderly, and Batwa tributes, fight for the human light in general particularly those in infants, sustain the visions of the youth, fight against the transmission of AIDS/HIV and others sexually transmitted illnesses, create the orphanages and centers for the elderly, participate in environmental protection, hold conferences, seminars and crusades for the youth, collaborate with other organizations or people in the country and abroad in order to benefit of the children who are vulnerable and the elderly.

The Children’s Organization is currently raising funds to provide musical instruments for the children, as we believe music is life and that’s why we have heartbeats. We ask that you join us because “If you help the children of today, you help the adults of tomorrow”

BlessedGirls would like to support the children in Burundi by providing band instruments during our visit.

Supporting Women & Children In Domestic Violence Shelters

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BlessedGirls are supporting women and children! We are making scarves for families that are victims of domestic violence and live in shelters. Our volunteers are knitting scarves to help keep them warm during this winter season. Help us raise awareness and keep someone warm this winter. Join us for our upcoming meeting October 20, 2019. Make a donation today to help us purchase yarn and supplies to meet our goal of serving 12 families this winter.