Mindful Missions of SC (M2/SC), run by CEO Donnette Dawn Thomas aka The Beauty in Business and her team, is finally moving into North Carolina. This is wonderful news as there are many children in North Carolina who are affected by poverty and can benefit from the non-profits’ life-changing programs, resources, and tools.
M2/SC has made a huge impact in helping break the cycle of poverty in South Carolina communities through the implementation of programs that focus on 4 key outcomes; health, education, employment, and empowerment.
The organization is all about helping children and adolescents in poverty-stricken communities realize their potential in spite of the challenges they have been forced to face from birth.
The non-profit helps children in a variety of ways, from the development of healthy habits to providing school fees and supplies, assistance with resume writing and earning scholarships or vocational training, and much more. In this way, M2/SC gives children and adolescents the tools to reach for and hold on to a better future, enabling them to not only thrive themselves but help their communities do the same.
Supported by donations, M2/SC has been able to assist in the creation of thriving communities where those who have been helped can give back in their own way. This helps create generational empowerment that ensures the children of tomorrow get all of the opportunities they deserve.
Mindful Missions of SC has become an inspiring presence in many communities in South Carolina, and will no doubt replicate this success in North Carolina as well.
This expansion is a sign of growth for M2/SC and enables the organization to help more communities break out of the cycle of poverty.
With the COVID-19 pandemic having a significant impact on poor communities that were already struggling, the work of M2/SC extremely important. Since the job market is very insecure, the assistance of M2/SC in empowering people to find employment could not come at a more important time for poor communities in North Carolina.
Sarah Rielly was born and raised in Cleveland. As a journalist, Sarah has contributed to many online publications including The Street and The Inquir. In regards to academics, Sarah earned a degree in business from St. John’s University. Sarah covers economy stories here at Business News Ledger.