What We Do

Daughters of Worth is a unique mentorship that exists to educate, equip, and empower girls of all ages to become strong women of influence in their communities.

We live out our mission through GLAM (Girls Living a Mission) Mentorship, Notes of Hope (Handwritten cards of love, hope and encouragement to girls in local schools), Grace Gifts (our newest initiative to counteract poverty and empower girls towards financial freedom!)


We Educate:

GLAM Girls (Girls Living a Mission) mentorship meets weekly, bi-weekly or monthly (depending on the group and school availability.

We believe that by empowering the girls of our communities to create the tomorrow of their dreams by making positive, healthy decisions today, she can truly transform her life!

Daughters of Worth curriculum is aligned with the NC Common Core Essential Standards for Character Education and also incorporates 21st Century Skills into every lesson!

Each module focuses on at least one of the following:

*Discovering and embracing your self-worth

*Investing into healthy, positive friendships

*Valuing your body

*Developing strong character

*Creating a vision for your life and setting goals

*Serving others

*Leadership components

*Financial literacy and responsibility

*Team work and collaboration

GLAM Girls is offered to 25 girls in every location completely free of charge to the participants!  We offer our signature programs through fundraising, private donations, and grants.

GLAM Girls will be offered at the following locations for the 2018-19 school year:

Ayden Elementary School

Elmhurst Elementary School

South Greenville Elementary School

Wellcome Middle School

John Small Elementary

Washington High School

The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Coastal Plain: Jack Minges Unit (Winterville), Jarvis Unit (Greenville), and  Dr. Ledyard E. Ross Club (Ayden).

We Equip:

Through the development of Grace Gifts, Daughters of Worth participants have the opportunity to learn about business and financial management.  Utilizing their creativity, skills, and talents, participants may present their handmade items (jewelry, paintings, poems, pottery, etc.) for sale through Grace Gifts.  The girls assist with vendor events, as well as sharing the “shoppe” with others.  30% of all sales goes directly to the girls for their own personal use.  30% of all sales will be invested into the Grace Gifts Scholarship Fund to promote continued education.  40% of all sales is invested in Daughters of Worth.

Through this unique program, the girls have the opportunity to meet local business owners, discover success stories, engage in financial management classes from a very young age and learn that they have the creativity, skills, and talents to become financially independent.  In addition, they will learn skills such as: developing customer service skills, marketing, maintaining inventory, completing transactions, counting change and organizational skills.

We Empower:

In 2016, Daughters of Worth launched our “Notes of Hope” program to encourage, inspire and serve girls in local schools with handwritten cards of encouragement and love (written from women from their very own communities!)  This program launched with one school and 12 girls.  By the end of 2017, we were successfully serving 187 girls in 12 schools and 2 counties each and every month with these precious cards of encouragement!

During the 2018-19 school year, Daughters of Worth has partnered with Pitt County Schools, Beaufort County Schools, Hyde County Schools, and Johnston County Schools to encourage and inspire the girls of these communities as well!  We are excited to announce that we anticipate serving well over 1,000 girls each month with Notes of Hope to remind her that she is truly loved, valued, cherished and has the ability to fulfill her every dream and goal!



Coming Soon:

Grace Gifts Scholarship

Nation Builders Group (Designed for teen girls who are passionate and committed to serving others and building a life of purpose.)

Empower Her! Events

GLAM Girl Magazine!