A Nonprofit organization for young ladies

HONING EMPOWERING REPOSITIONING

Mentoring
Female Mentors
Training
Skills To Use
Education
Complete Assistance
Guidance
For Young Ladies

WHO WE ARE

Dream Big Dreams Today With Uplifting HER!

Uplifting HER Inc. is comprised of a group of women who are daughters, sisters, mothers, aunts, and grandmothers; all of whom exuberate the qualities of what a strong woman embodies. We share the “old school” belief that it takes a woman to raise a woman.

We are constant mentors to our young ladies to sharpen their minds. We empower them with the tools they need to be successful in any endeavor.

If they do not know better, then how can we expect them to do better? If they have not been provided the tools, then how can we expect them to build and reposition themselves? It has become far too common to see young ladies make misinformed decisions that end up contributing to the desolate statistics of our babies raising babies. At Uplifting HER Inc., we MUST be the change to break the cycle by assisting and building up our young ladies.

We set examples by being models within our communities. We take them by their hands to guide them down the right paths. We will never leave them alone because we feel that without a strong, successful woman as a role model, our young women become easy targets of ridicule often resulting in low self-esteem and emotional instability. This must end! Negativity is not tolerated within our program. Our young ladies are encouraged to build one another up; realizing that there is power in unity.

Uplifting HER Inc. is on a mission to make this world a better place one girl, one young lady, one woman at a time.

Uplifting HER Inc. has been established to provide mentoring, training, education and guidance to our young ladies.

Our Mission

Uplifting HER Inc. is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to assist young ladies from under-resourced communities within the State of California who want to break through the vicious cycles facing them today. These cycles include, but by no means are limited to, being undereducated, poverty stricken, teen mothers, victims of crime and incarceration.