Dear LEAD Family,
I want to take a moment to share how we're working to keep the community safe during the coronavirus outbreak. First things first: the health of our staff and community. We have closed our physical office and all staff are working remotely.
Acting in the interest of the community and doing our part to help ensure public health, we have created a plan for girls to participate in LEAD sessions remotely. We know even in the middle of the crisis, our girls still need a safe space to explore their feelings and challenges.
LEAD Girls programs will go virtual. This platform will launch March 28, 2020. To keep our girls safe, this platform is only open to registered LEAD Girls and can only be accessed with a passcode. The sessions will be accessible via phone, tablet (which Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools have provided to students in need) and computer.
Now is a great time to follow us on social media, Facebook or Instagram. Even in the midst of the uncertainty that is gripping our community, LEAD Girls is a small but mighty force committed to making huge strides to support our girls! We need your support and we’d love your help.
Please feel free to reach out to us:
Enrollment/Program Questions, contact email@example.com
General Questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (336) 517-6044
Future Volunteering & Ways to Support LEAD, contact email@example.com
I will never stop believing that when you change a girl, you can change a community, and eventually you change the world!
Joy Nelson Thomas
Founder and Executive Director
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