Volunteer to Serve
Whether you are looking to give your time, talent, professional experience or tell your story to motivate our girls – we need you! Although we are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, our organization is run like any other corporation with accounting, marketing, program, and operational needs. Please consider mentoring, speaking or being a professional resource to the foundation.
Ronnee Leggington of Belaan Beauty speaks to Missouri City Middle School participants about her journey in the beauty industry.
Create a Fundraising Campaign
Donors have created birthday fundraising pages through Facebook, or Giving Tuesdays and other event fundraising efforts such as marathons, bowling competitions and cocktail parties. Giving others an opportunity to support you as well as support the SHE IS A CEO Foundation is the ultimate gift. To learn more about unique ways you can partner with the foundation to create a giving or fundraising campaign,
The National Association of Women In Construction (NAWIC) Houston raised funds for the SHE IS A CEO Foundation selecting us as their “Reason to Race” in this year’s Run Houston! in Clear Lake.
Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities
We are looking to partner with great companies and organizations that believe in the advancement of young girls in the areas of entrepreneurship, character education, STEM and personal development. We have several opportunities to partner with us to sponsor a middle school’s annual participation, sponsored field trips, our speakers series, signature programs and fundraisers. To partner, please contact us at email@example.com or call us at 713.300.1947. For corporate sponsor packets,
Designer Chloe Dao, Radio Host & Author Jillian “JJ” Simmons join J. Archer Insurance Group and other corporate sponsors for our annual Christmas Soiree’ benefitting the SHE IS A CEO Foundation.
Sponsor A Middle School or Girl
Each of our girls’ participation is wholly or partly subsidized through the schools we serve and the generous donations of corporate and individual donors. To provide up to 400 girls access to our speakers series, curriculum, & True Beauty Day in addition to the 50 girls selected to take part in a our full Entrepreneurship Academy, Conference, Pitch Competition and field trip each year can range from $15k-$30k per school. Each girl’s estimated cost for participation is $200-$250. If you or your company would like naming rights & other sponsor benefits for covering the cost to wholly or partly subsidize a middle school or girl(s) participation please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Zelma “DJ” Supastar, Monica Lewis School of Etiquette & CEO Johnte’ Archer speak to 400 Middle School girls about David’s Law & Cyber-Bullying, Personal Branding, supporting other girls and give personal testimonies of succeeding against all odds at a “True Beauty Day” styled pep rally in Houston, Texas.