Sponsors, Partners, and Mentors
Survivors of Sisters in Strength (SOSS) is a collaboration of three powerful women that come together and work in their community. Whether it's therapy services, abuse victim resources, mentoring, or sponsoring events; SOSS is here to make melanin magic happen!
Meet the ladies!
Maranda Evans, MBA - Founder of The Troubled Movement, Inc. CEO of "Elements of ME Writing & Motivation", Published Author, and Award-Winning Mentor. Visit her website here.
Yoshiko Burney, Esq. - Founder of The Butterfly Project, Domestic Violence Survivor & Mentor, Philanthropist, and Attorney. Visit her website here.
Stephanie Davis, M.Ed., LPC - CEO of Heartwork Trending Counseling & Consulting Services, PLLC, Teen Advocate and Mentor, Philanthropist, Author, Speaker, and Licensed Therapist. Visit her website here.
The Troubled Movement, Inc. Receives the 2018 Farb fund grant
A letter from Gretchen Gemeinhardt, Committee Chair:
The committee is glad to support a new organization that has the potential to make a difference in the lives of developing Houstonians. We would like for the Farb Fund’s contribution to be acknowledged as appropriate. We also request that within a year of funding, you submit a post-award accounting of how the funds were spent and the number of individuals impacted so that we can track our overall impact on the Houston community.
As a synagogue, Congregation Emanu El is committed to the principle shared by all religious faiths that caring for the less fortunate in our community is expected of us. We believe that the God we all worship expects us to help each other – regardless of race, color, creed, religious belief, gender or sexual orientation. It is in this spirit that this grant is being given to you.
Thank you again for the good work that your organization does. By collaborating, we can make Houston a better place.
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New Perspective Development is a Houston 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to building innovators in Texas underserved communities, both economically and socially. Click here or the logo for more information.