Author Archives: Circle of Sisterhood Foundation
We went to Senegal and MOVED THE BLOG! Visit us here to find out about our trip!
Earlier this week, we introduced you to the first of our group of women about to embark on an experience that will surely change them and the lives they touch while traveling. The group participating in The Trek is 15 women … Continue reading
July 17th begins the adventure of a lifetime as 13 college students and two alumnae represent the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation by traveling to Senegal to break ground on a school to educate girls in rural Africa. It’s the end … Continue reading
If a girl follows the path laid down by poverty, she’ll leave school and enter marriage. As a girl mother, an unskilled worker, and an uneducated citizen, she’ll miss out on the opportunity to reach her full human potential. And … Continue reading
Imagine being a 13-year-old girl in Afghanistan. Your family makes and sells rugs as it’s only source of income, and in order for your family to make enough rugs, you must stay home and weave instead of attending school with … Continue reading
This past year the Panhellenic Association of Western Kentucky University continued to develop their support and advocacy of the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation on our campus. Our goal is to make our Panhellenic women educated about the mission of the … Continue reading