San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
COME CATCH THIS TEA:
Sparkling Sweet Tea Party!
POURING KNOWLEDGE ~ SIPPING POWER
Have a Daughter, Goddaughter, Niece, Granddaughter, Sister, Girl-cousin, or simply a special Princess in your life that you would love to pour some positive energy into?
Perhaps you are a Mother, Wife, Girlfriend, Aunt, Grandmother, or simply a Queen of your own universe that could use some uplifting, motivational, empowering girl time as you sip on your tea?
Look no further!
You are cordially invited to attend a Sparkling Sweet Tea Party - a party where we unite, celebrate and uplift the girls in our lives through fun, games, and positive energy as we sip, pour and give the tea of knowledge to empower our young girls!
Fathers, we encourage you to attend with your special 'Princess' as well! There isn't anything more special than a father / daughter bond!
So clutch your pearls, grab your fascinators and come catch this tea while it's hot!
Interested in volunteering for this event? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
Diamonds of Distinction
Diamonds of Distinction is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization in which our vision is to Inspire Hope and Positive Change Within our Communities. Our primary program is the Sparkle Mentorship Program in which we mentor teenage girls ages 12-18. The program was established in 2010 and its purpose is to give teenage girls a safe environment to share ideas, be positively encouraged and to learn life skills to help them develop into strong, smart, healthy, sophisticated, goal-oriented, independent young ladies of the future. Some of the topics we cover include Setting Goals; Etiquette; College Tours; Dressing for Success; Self-Esteem; Healthy Relationships; Conflict Resolution; Kindness - Giving Back; and so much more. The program is from September to May of each year and we meet every other Saturday for 3 hours to discuss the various topics. The program is offered for a small registration fee of $25 which goes 100% towards funding of the program. All staff members are unpaid volunteers.
The program also offers scholarships and a grant for high school students in the program to help finance higher education and/or to visit a college or university campus for a tour before making a final decision to attend the school is made.