Monthly Archives: October 2011

Crowdrise & The Circle of Sisterhood

Crowdrise provides a forum for you to raise money for your favorite charity (presumably the Circle of Sisterhood) and to have fun while doing it. You can start any project you’d like to fundraise for and you can share it … Continue reading

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What can my campus do?

One of the most frequent questions we receive via facebook, email, twitter, etc. is “What can my campus do?” Our response…anything! Fundraising and awareness building is about being creative, working with your audience and knowing that if one effort doesn’t … Continue reading

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Pointing to the Circle of Sisterhood

Definiteness of purpose is the starting point of all achievement.  ~W. Clement Stone In 1998, I traveled to Kenya and Tanzania to help establish a study-abroad program.  While there, I visited a Baptist seminary with a colleague who had founded the school … Continue reading

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Q & A with Circle of Sisterhood Founder, Ginny Carroll

The Circle of Sisterhood Foundation was founded 17 months ago and has grown quickly and garnered momentum from supporters around the country. This blog will serve as a vehicle to periodically pose questions to the founder of the organization, Ginny … Continue reading

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Changing Lives for $27

The Circle of Sisterhood is providing our second grant to present funding for 27 young women in Tanzania as they move forward in their education. The young women are students at Ruhunga Primary School, which is located in the Bukoba … Continue reading

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Raising a Philanthropist

When the shock of a twin pregnancy wore off and I did my gender-finding ultrasound to discover two girls, my husband’s mind immediately went to the financial woes of raising girls-proms, college, weddings AND shoes! My concerns went somewhere different-I … Continue reading

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