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With great sadness we announce the passing of our very dear Founding Mentor, Mary Ann Greenawalt.
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Help us empower thousands of girls by supporting the GIRLS WIN Campaign!

The Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program’s GIRLS WIN Campaign is an easy online fundraising platform which will enable Women of Tomorrow to continue providing our much needed program to at-risk high school girls in our community. Every donation counts!

 

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Espirito Santo Bank Gives Back To The Miami Community

The spectacular Brickell-based Espírito Santo Bank has announced the four recipients of its second annual "ESB Gives Back" program: the Boys & Girls Club of Miami-Dade, the New World Symphony, the Overtown Youth Center and the Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program.  

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Coming This Fall - Women of Tomorrow in Philadelphia!

In the Fall of 2014, with support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Women of Tomorrow will launch in Greater Philadelphia! We are projected to start with 6 schools and will serve 120 at-risk girls. Kick off events will begin in the Philadephia on September 9th, marking our official launch. More information to come!

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The Loss of Two Great Women


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.

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