Sunday School Union donates to LEAD Girls of NC

From left to right, 1st Vice President Marcus Neal, 2nd Vice President Robin Mouzon, and LEAD Girls Executive Director Joy Nelson-Thomas.

Sunday School Union donates to LEAD Girls of NC
November 22
01:30 2018

By Rodney McCormick

On Sunday, Nov.18, the Forsyth County Sunday School Union presented the LEAD Girls of North Carolina with a $500 donation. LEAD (Learning Everyday Accomplishing Dreams) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing tools and resources that help low income/at risk preteen girls to become productive citizens and active leaders in the community.

By utilizing an evidence-based curriculum, they encourage and mentor girls to aspire and achieve greatness academically, emotionally and creatively. They envision a world where every girl has the confidence, social skills and leadership ability she needs to become an independent, financially-stable woman.

Additional information about LEAD can be found at The executive director of LEAD is Joy Nelson-Thomas.

The Forsyth County Sunday School Union is a local Christian organization that focuses on Christian education and community mission outreach. The current president is Catherine Crawford.

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