is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
Our mission is to provide non formal developmental education through Youth development, providing opportunities to low income families who lack the financial resources to such spaces. Through our workshops we are able to introduce opportunities within these communities providing comprehensive development at full capacity.
DAWN mentors are dedicated, consistent and devoted to assisting in implementing the non-formal developmental education framework that promotes self regulation, a sense of belonging and self assuredness.
By armoring mentees with necessary fundamentals, it propels them with the ability to be able to function in society; while creating a village of support, togetherness and unity.
D.A.W.N was conceived in 2016 by a concerned parent in response to the severe bullying her oldest daughter was experiencing in school. Rena Camille decided it was time to use her passion, voice and creativity to bring young girls together and offer them a positive alternative. After a few phone calls to other concerned friends, parents and entrepreneurs who themselves were looking for a way to give back and help, this amazing outreach was born! The first event took place in June of 2017 and it has grown from there.
D.A.W.N is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that has grown to 80 members. They host free workshops and inherit any costs associated to providing free one on one outings to help alleviate financial pressures that may reside in their low income households.
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Below are a look into some of our past events.
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D.A.W.N is currently accepting submissions for more Mentors to add to our waiting list for the next open enrollment period ! If mentoring is on your spirit, register today! It is an incredible way to give back and inspire these young ladies.
D.A.W.N is currently accepting submissions for our upcoming season.
We welcome young ladies ages 9-14.
Although we are presently at capacity, we are hopeful that our current funding campaign will allow us to open enrollment in Spring & Fall.
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