$40,000 in Mentoring and Scholarships…Read on »
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The Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program held their inaugural wine dinner at New York Prime Boca Raton on May 19th. Event co-chairs and Palm Beach County Advisory Committee members Dr. Krista Rosenberg and Robbin Newman, Esq. welcomed nearly 150 guests to the sold-out event, raising close to $40,000 to benefit at-risk girls in all 24 public high schools in Palm Beach County. Founder & President Jennifer Valoppi, Board Member Laurie Silvers and Palm Beach County Advisory Committee Members Barbara Cambia and Deborah Martyn also attended the event.READ MORE » | SEE ALL EVENTS »
All of us at Women of Tomorrow are deeply saddened by the loss of two exceptional women: Mary Ann Greenawalt and Dr. Maya Angelou.
Mary Ann Greenawalt was a Founding Mentor, former Chair of our Detroit Advisory Committee, was instrumental in establishing the Detroit Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program three years ago, and made an enormous contribution to the success of our program. Our hearts go out to her family; her beloved husband Jon who shared Mary Ann’s passion for helping those in need, and her two children Cynthia and Jon. You can read more about Mary Ann’s successful life and career, and post a personal note to her family here.
Dr. Maya Angelou was an author, poet, activist and supporter of the Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program. Dr. Angelou shared words of wisdom and encouragement with our South Florida program’s graduating class in 2011 – words that will forever resonate with them. Watch her inspirational message to our graduates here.Read more »
Today, fifty pre-selected Women of Tomorrow high school seniors participated in Savannah James’ second annual Savannah’s I PROMISE Makeover. Held at the American Airlines Arena, the event provided mentees a prom dress of their choice just in time for one of the most memorable events of their young lives followed by words of encouragement for overcoming adversity and thriving as a young female. Savannah, the wife of NBA All-Star LeBron James, established the annual event as a way to empower and inspire young women and assist those that may not have the means to prepare for prom on their own.
Thank you to Savannah James, the Lebron James Family Foundation & The Miami HEAT for making today so special for our Mentees and for once again selecting the Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program as the partnering charity for this amazing event. Special thank you to James Elias with Demetrios for generously donating the beautiful dresses, Eileen & Philip Youtie for their support throughout the event and thank you to Jewelry by Daniela Swaebe for donating jewelry pieces to make our girls sparkle at Prom!
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We did it! We won the Miami Herald SOLVE THIS MIAMI! $25,000 grant!
The SOLVE THIS MIAMI! grant sponsored by – Wolfsonian -FIU Museum, in partnership with the Miami Herald and WLRN Public Radio announced their winner on Saturday, March 22nd. Of 109 applicants, we were selected as one of the 5 finalists, and those 5 finalists then competed for the popular vote – thanks to you, we won! This grant will greatly benefit the young women in our Miami-Dade program.
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