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GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – Growing up can be tough, especially with different messages constantly filtering through to your kids telling them what they have to have and who they should be to “be cool”.
The February 2018 Her Magazine features Liz Liles and her work with the nonprofit, Daughters of Hope. Her magazine is published by The Daily Reflector and Adams Publishing Group, Eastern North Carolina.
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The moment that she entered into Daughters of Worth, she. had my attention. Her sassy mouth cutting eyes and unwavering attitude often provided generous opportunities for her to engage with the school principal or school Resource Officer. Yet, there was something about her eyes… they sparkled. And when she smiled, there was a glimmer of hope that you could actually see. That is, if you took the time to pause and actually look.
Just as a single candle shining in the darkest of nights, Daughters of Worth exists to bring hope to the girls of our communities, surrounding her with a tribe to empower her through the journey and help her safely step into the future of her dreams!
“The key concept that I have taken away from Ns. Liles and the Daughters of Worth community, so far, is that even small portions of love, support, and care can completely change the world!
There is something absolutely magical and powerful in doing the work of empowering girls. You simply cannot do this work without meeting the most phenomenal women of your community, and you simply cannot meet these phenomenal women and not be changed in the process of...
“Your future begins today. It begins with you. At the end of the day, you are the Driver of Your Destiny. You have the Key to Lock Down what serves you well and to Unlock and Release whatever is hindering you from your Future. How will you use your key?”
If the girls of our communities cannot trust us with her basic needs for clothing, socks, school supplies or even food – then how can she trust us with the larger things of trust – the things of her worth?