Women’s leadership group donates to homeless children

Submitted photo

Submitted photo

It started out as a vision then it became reality.

Kimberly Gales and Cavassine Wall had several talks about the real life experiences they have had as women and realized they were not alone, those talks and vision has been transformed to a group now called Women are Distinguished Real Life Experience. Kimberly and Cavassine serve as leaders of the group along with Rosa Gales as a resource supporter.

It was laid on their hearts this season to show thanks for the experiences they have gone through by contributing $340 to the Homeless Children and Youth of Richmond County Schools. These funds will be used to aid in the assistance for the children. The group currently exist of the following members Kimberly Gales, Casvassine Wall, Sakina Steele Robinson, Cherie Little Young, Faith Covington, Slyvia Bright, Annette Wall, Shada Lowman, Beverly Downey, Marsha Steele, Patricia M. Evans, Doris Flowers Chavis, Tarsha Broady, Ashley Wall Gilbert, Patricia Holiday, Kim Leake, and new member Ladawana Covington.

Accepting the donation is Paullett Wall, Richmond County Schools Homeless Coordinator. If you would like to join these Distinguished Women contact Kimberly Gales at 910-434-4728.

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