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We help girls become great communicators at home, school, and the future workplace

Polished Pebbles Girls Mentoring Program is a vital solution to this crisis. We provide girls (7-17 years old) with the opportunity of learning the vital life skill of effective communication. Our program instills confidence in girls to face the challenges of daily life by substituting aggressive forms of communicating and problem solving with new strategies that allow them to gain a solid reputation and respect without retaliating. In partnership with local schools, businesses, and over 400 volunteer mentors, we have helped girls exhibit poise, react responsibly as opposed to retaliating, demonstrate assertiveness vs. aggressiveness, identify the difference between class vs. sass, and become polished!

I invite you to get involved with our organization as there are many ways that you can lend a helping hand: become an advocate for mentoring by volunteering with our program or becoming a committed mentor; spread the word about our organization to your family and friends by participating in our social media communities; and make a donation so that we can continue to change the lives of girls. With your help, Together She Will Shine!

 

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FUNDRAISER

Polished pebbles Pizza

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Polished Pebbles Pizza

The Polished Pebbles Pizza was created by some of the bright CEOs in the program! It contains andouille sausage, spicy red pepper sauce, diced red peppers, roasted corn, spinach, pickled onions, and mozzarella. This Charity Pizza is available at all Roots locations until 10/31.
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