Our Mentoring Ministry are
designed to utilized mentors from faith based organizations to provide one on
one and group mentoring to low income families recovering from teen pregnancy,
addiction, and incarceration.
Princess in Pursuit of Independence by Navigating the way with Knowledge (Inspired by Kingdom Wisdom)
Princess in P.I.N.K. program provides support and guidance to young women of color who are college bound and/or college students in order to ensure a successful matriculation to college and ultimately graduation. Interventions will be provided through mentorship, skills-building, and empowerment encounters.
As a result of the services provided by the Princess in P.I.N.K program, the Princess will be able to;
1. Clarify her God-given purpose
2. Develop obtainable goals and action steps
3. Receive education on
a. Health and Wellness
b. Financial Planning
c. Healthy Relationships
e. Emotional Health
f. Time Management
g. Domestic skills building
h. Career Exploration
i. Study Skills
4. Participate in Empowerment Encounters that provide positive social and educational gatherings
5. Visit various collegiate campuses
Any young woman of color grades 9th-12th who is aspiring to pursue higher education.
Princess Mentor Level:
Any young woman of color who is currently attending college or a recent college graduate (within past 4 years) who exhibits high moral character.
To apply for or refer someone to the Princess in P.I.N.K. program, please contact Sis. Sharetta Remikie at (954) 614-7541 or via email email@example.com
Family Connections Project is a mentoring faith-based approach to providing information about the importance of early prenatal care and doctorsí visit, healthy relationships and eating healthy. This will be provided through guidance and support by mentorship, educational workshops and peer to peer relationships. The project content and supervision is under the leadership of Broward Healthy Start Coalition, Inc. - Black Infant Health Practice Initiative and implemented by Dr. Rosalind Osgood Ministries International, Inc. in partnership with other community-based organizations. The goal of the Family Connections Project is to help reduce fetal and infant mortality in the 33311 zip code in Broward County because black babies are dying twice as many as any other race.