Celebrating Women Who Mentor HER

Giving Thanks is a Privilege we all Share
Celebrating Our Mentor Circle

Dear Partner

We are grateful for you!

Today we celebrate the intention behind the Thanksgiving holiday: To come together and express gratitude for one another, and the world around us.  The mentees of the Global Give Back Circle want to take this time to express gratitude to you!
She is thankful for the time you lend a listening ear
She is thankful for the advice you share
She is thankful when she knows you care
She is thankful for your support and loving heart
She knows you are there, even if miles apart!!!
From all the beneficiaries of the Global Give Back Circle, past, present and future, we Thank You!  You give the girls hope, courage and the confidence to pursue their dreams.
The Global Give Back Circle Team

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Susan’s Mentoring Story

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