During the Covid-19 Pandemic 2020 we were inspired by the ‘Miracle Morning’ by Hal Elrod to reassess our values and to create an extraordinary life for ourselves and others.
We came up with this idea through the overwhelming need and desire to help our community. We are hardworking, vision focused women that have come from the very backgrounds and communities that we now wish to serve and see young people flourish within.
A young BAME female lacking aspiration can have a devastating impact upon their future and social positioning, which in turn may affect generation after generation. We want to break down boundaries, which is why we decided to create an opportunity for young women to cultivate their self-esteem, develop their confidence and become visionaries; because we know that young women who have confidence along with positive role models who believe in their abilities and skills are unstoppable.
We have a passion for personal development and growth. For several years, we have explored a variety of personal development theories and coaching and mentoring techniques. We want to share these and utilise our experiences to serve the community that has helped shape the women that we have become.
Some of our Little Sisters:
- are vulnerable,
- may live in a single parent households,
- eligible for free school meals (FSM),
- looked after children (LAC)
- behavioural issues,
- lack clarity in their aspirations,
- suffer from low self-confidence.