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Mental Health Fair

The Afri-Female Institute, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) agency that was established in 1998 to address the needs of at-risk girls and their families who are impacted by socio-economic risks.     Our girl's range in age from 8-18 years old. The Afri-Female Institute, Inc. has been prov... Read More

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The Afri-Female Institute, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) agency that was established in 1998 to address the needs of at-risk girls and their families who are impacted by socio-economic risks.     Our girl's range in age from 8-18 years old. The Afri-Female Institute, Inc. has been providing free care, counseling, tutoring and mentoring to children for over twenty years. Many of these children come from broken or abusive homes.  Our organization is a safe haven for them, whenever they need it.  Our mission is to build purpose, character, and empower youth by providing guidance in achieving their goals.

  Through Mentoring, we address Life Skills Training, Education, Economic Development, Crime, Family and Financial Literacy, Entrepreneurship.  We provide guidance, supportive mentoring relationships, and prevention programs that channel their talents and energies into constructive, skill building activities. The girls attend private, public, and parochial schools.  Our girls come from diverse cultural, economic, religious and ethnic backgrounds.  Membership is open to any who live in Delaware Kent or Sussex County who wish to achieve the goals of the institute. We mentor twenty-five to thirty girls and their families each year. 

This year, the institute will implement a Mental Health Awareness Fair.  The Program will spread mental health awareness by reaching out to communities where people are underserved.  This program will also serve to educate teens and families on how they think of others who deal with mental health issues.  There is a great need for awareness. Many families are at risk during the COVID season.   With social distancing, and isolation, families are in a very stressful situation and need to be connected to someone.  We believe that taking care of one another, and uniting with one another, in this time of social distancing, is critical to how we survive this moment in time, and to how we emerge from it. Please support our efforts.  

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Afri-Female Institute, Inc.

Providing free care, counseling, tutoring and mentoring to children for over twenty years. Many of these children come from broken or abusive homes and our organization is a safe haven for them, whenever

jessie green

Jessie Green a retired Budget Analyst who served the Department of Defense U.S. Army for 38 years. She has many years of leadership roles in nonprofits and government. Elected official for the Willingboro Board of Education nine years. Founded the Afri-female Institute, Inc. an organization to improve education and mentor at risk children. Hired clerks and solicited professional volunteers for workshops to address the needs of disabled, low-income, at risk teens. An aptitude for addressing cultural diversity. She is a Licensed Evange.

Magnolia, Delaware

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$5 of $10,000

raised from 1 people

Mental Health Fair

jessie green, on behalf of

Afri-Female Institute, Inc.

Providing free care, counseling, tutoring and mentoring to children for over twenty years. Many of these children come from broken or abusive homes and our organization is a safe haven for them, whenever

jessie green

Jessie Green a retired Budget Analyst who served the Department of Defense U.S. Army for 38 years. She has many years of leadership roles in nonprofits and government. Elected official for the Willingboro Board of Education nine years. Founded the Afri-female Institute, Inc. an organization to improve education and mentor at risk children. Hired clerks and solicited professional volunteers for workshops to address the needs of disabled, low-income, at risk teens. An aptitude for addressing cultural diversity. She is a Licensed Evange.

Magnolia, Delaware

Recent Donations

  • $5.00

    jessie green

    2 months ago

    we love you

Mental Health Fair

The Afri-Female Institute, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) agency that was established in 1998 to address the needs of at-risk girls and their families who are impacted by socio-economic risks.     Our girl's range in age from 8-18 years old. The Afri-Female Institute, Inc. has been prov... Read More

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The Afri-Female Institute, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) agency that was established in 1998 to address the needs of at-risk girls and their families who are impacted by socio-economic risks.     Our girl's range in age from 8-18 years old. The Afri-Female Institute, Inc. has been providing free care, counseling, tutoring and mentoring to children for over twenty years. Many of these children come from broken or abusive homes.  Our organization is a safe haven for them, whenever they need it.  Our mission is to build purpose, character, and empower youth by providing guidance in achieving their goals.

  Through Mentoring, we address Life Skills Training, Education, Economic Development, Crime, Family and Financial Literacy, Entrepreneurship.  We provide guidance, supportive mentoring relationships, and prevention programs that channel their talents and energies into constructive, skill building activities. The girls attend private, public, and parochial schools.  Our girls come from diverse cultural, economic, religious and ethnic backgrounds.  Membership is open to any who live in Delaware Kent or Sussex County who wish to achieve the goals of the institute. We mentor twenty-five to thirty girls and their families each year. 

This year, the institute will implement a Mental Health Awareness Fair.  The Program will spread mental health awareness by reaching out to communities where people are underserved.  This program will also serve to educate teens and families on how they think of others who deal with mental health issues.  There is a great need for awareness. Many families are at risk during the COVID season.   With social distancing, and isolation, families are in a very stressful situation and need to be connected to someone.  We believe that taking care of one another, and uniting with one another, in this time of social distancing, is critical to how we survive this moment in time, and to how we emerge from it. Please support our efforts.  

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