Monthly Archives: September 2011

You Don’t Choose Your Birthplace…

“You never know where you could have been born”. I heard this statement on a regular basis throughout my childhood. My parents recited it so my siblings and I would begin to understand we were lucky. They wanted us to … Continue reading

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Global Adventure Changes Perspective

Why did I join the Circle of Sisterhood Board of Trustees? First reason, the founder of the organization, Ginny Carroll asked me, and people have a hard time saying no to her. Secondly, in 2006 I quit my job and … Continue reading

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Money to Mekelle-Grantee Profile

The Circle of Sisterhood Foundation granted the very first grant in November of 2010. A grant of $500 went to Indianapolis based philanthropist Daniel Benson who utilized the grant to purchase Braille books for women in Mekelle, Ethiopia. Mr. Benson … Continue reading

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10 Tips to Fundraise Like a Pro

Fundraising for the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation does not need to be intimidating or difficult if you follow these simple fundraising tips that the professionals use.  These are tried and true suggestions to help you successfully raise money for a … Continue reading

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Collective Efforts Yield Results

Margaret Mead, an anthropologist who died in 1978, spoke the popular quotation: Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. The Circle of Sisterhood believes … Continue reading

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