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More than 300 girls have already completed LEAD Girls training and we’ll train another 120 in the 2018-2019 school year.
Dustin K. Johnson
Health Teacher, High School Ahead Academy
School Counselor, Allen Middle School (Guilford County)
Melissa Shuff Wilson
Mother of two LEAD participants
Mother of a LEAD participant
Workshop leaders and the girls build rapport and trust, to make our workshops a safe space for sharing and growing. As a program model, mentoring works!
Source: The National Mentoring Partnership
- Enroll in College: 55% more likely 55%
- Volunteer Regularly: 78% more likely 78%
- Being a Mentor: 90% more likely 90%
- Be a Leader: 130% more likely 100%
LEAD celebrates the accomplishments of our girls and recognizes the individuals, businesses and community leaders who help make a difference. The event features a prominent speaker, presentations from LEAD girls, and The Leading the Way Awards for a school official, individual community supporter and a LEAD Girl.read more
As we gear up to launch a new year of LEAD Girls, join us in welcoming our new participants to the program! We look forward to an exciting year of growth, learning and transformation as we work to uplift and equip our young ladies to chart their course for a successful future — starting now.read more
LEAD Girls of NC is seeking sponsorships to help expand its programs and enable more middle school age girls to participate. While there are a variety of programs available for boys, similar programs for girls of this age are extremely limited. Your sponsorship will strengthen LEAD’s ability to continue its current programs while building a foundation for future expansion.read more
LEAD Girls is supported in 2019-2020 by an investment from the United Way of Forsyth County Place Matters Initiative. We are honored to be a Place Matters partner, working together with local residents and collaborative allies to propel our community and neighbors forward.
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LEAD Girls of NC, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Tax ID# 82-0984711. All donations are fully tax deductible as provided by law.