During these uncertain times, there have been changes in almost every aspect of our lives. This is true for everyone, especially those in the inner city. The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati’s Women’s Philanthropy has an opportunity to make a difference for a group of deserving girls who participate in the Most Valuable Kids (MVK) Girls with Pearls program.
MVK’s Girls with Pearls is a school-based program for girls, grades 4-6. The program provides girls at inner-city schools with a weekly program that addresses important topics such as goal setting, conflict resolution, personal safety, reproductive health and financial literacy.
With your support, Women's Philanthropy is hoping to collect enough items to create 2 themed Experience Packs to support school leaders as they address these topics. Extra Experience Packs will be distributed to Most Valuable Kids agencies that provide support to deserving kids in our community.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact Jaynie Levinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sherri Freidman, Co-Founder and CEO of Most Valuable Kids of Greater Cincinnati
Chrissie Blatt, MVK Board of Directors
Carrie Goldhoff and Jessica Kuresman, Women’s Philanthropy Cochairs
Jaynie Levinson, Women’s Philanthropy Director