This event, held each September, is our premier function for the year. This Fashion Show and Brunch is a part of the Southern Heritage Classic produced by Fred Jones and is another opportunity for us to share with the community our goals and our achievements. CLICK HERE TO VISIT SOUTHERN HERITAGE CLASSIC
This scholarship is provided annually to deserving women seeking to enhance their educational paths by attending college. Each year recipients are chosen from traditional and non-traditional paths and presented scholarships at the Fashion Show and Brunch. This award, named after Memphis trailblazer, Patricia Walker Shaw was established in 1985. DOWNLOAD SCHOLARSHIP PACKET
Our annual financial conference and our “Sisters Keeper Boot Camp” provide the community (especially African American women and youth) with an opportunity to receive training in all areas financial (budget, debt and credit management, credit repair, insurance, investment and retirement strategies, etc.) in order to provide financial independence and wealth production in the community and especially among African American women. Our “boot camp” is specifically designed for African American women in all areas financial along with supporting them with a “financial coach” as they work through the six-week boot camp process. View Pictures
The Young Women of Excellence conference is our signature “girls conference” that focuses on reaching the needs of young women between the ages of 12-19 by providing opportunities and strategies to assist them in developing problem solving skills, become critical and creative thinkers, and positive in their thinking about themselves and others. Additionally, this conference provides information and literature to parents on scholarships, preparing their child for college and other professional schools and some tips on communicating more effectively with their children. Click here to see pictures from prior conferences
Our Chapter, working in concert with other community organizations and the Health Department, provides education and testing opportunities for people in the Memphis community. Our educational and advocacy efforts are designed to share information in hopes of removing the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS so that people will feel comfortable about being tested and receiving treatment if necessary.
The Chapter works with and supports local Domestic Violence advocates in order to bring awareness to victims (predominately women) of domestic violence and what needs to be done to support and assist women and their children as they fight to survive abusive and dangerous relationships so that they can establish a better life for themselves and their family.
The Butterfly Effect Girls Mentoring Program
The Chapter partner with and support this girls mentoring program through mentoring.