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MAKE A ONLINE DONATION TODAY!

3 ways to give:

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cash app = $PT555

paypay.me/sfpi4life

Mail to SFPI, PO Box 6193,

Broadview, IL 60155

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You can make a monthly-partnership gift or annual donation or end of year gift - to honor the memory of someone you love, or give simply to make a difference in the lives of women and their families who need it the most.


SISTER-FRIEND (SF) FUND was established to provide support to vulnerable women and their families in two (2) ways:


1) to provide immediate/emergency support to women and their children such as food/water, emergency shelter/safe space, winter coats, clothing, shoes, medication co-pay, medical transportation, etc.


2) to provide a financial scholarship for women or teen girls who desire to complete a GED program or complete personal development courses or apprenticeship training - and need supplies, clothes & undergarments, hygiene items, bus passes, copies of resume for job interview, dress clothes/shoes, etc.  

As a not-for-profit organization, we appreciate the generosity and financial support of individuals, corporations and foundations to help us fulfill our mission


Your gifts make a difference in the lives of women and children who need us the most.


For more information about becoming a monthly SF-Partner, or to donate real-estate for desperately needed shelters for homeless families, please contact Tammie Morris at 773-383-7409 or email us at [email protected]


God Bless You Abundantly!

YOUR GIFTS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE

TAX ID# 46-2448273

ONGOING PROGRAM ACHIEVEMENTS

-Trained 125+ women to become entrepreneurs, write business statements, start their own home-based business and market their products and services.

-50+ women participated and were educated about the risks of breast/cervical cancer prevalent in the African American community and other preventative health tips, plus the new Affordable Care Act marketplace exchange.

-Participated in the Teen Train, LLC Leadership Conference to raise awareness about womanhood, dating and teen pregnancy and prevention. Over 75 students attended.

-Over 25 women participated in a 5k Joy Walk for Health to improve weight loss goals and overall well being.

-Over 1,000 women participated in the community support and prayer groups toward personal empowerment.

-Partnered with five (5) women's shelters and one (1) Senior Living Home and provided coats and care-bags to over 125 women.

-Partnered with the 7th District Domestic Violence sub-committee to raise awareness about violence prevention.

-Participated in over 15 community events for women's empowerment.

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