Orangeburg, South Carolina (PressExposure) May 24, 2011 -- The Sweetheart Foundation is an upcoming non-profit organization, that is still awaiting to claim tax-exempt status and was found by a young 16 year old girl named Kimberlee Keitt, who now holds the title "CEO" and "Founder". The Sweetheart Foundation is geared towards helping the young American society of girls, ranging from ages 7 to 16 years, and empowering them by building their self-esteem, self-confidence and self-discipline, as well as health education in which they will be informed about the serious risks and dangers.
Many young girls are looked over in the American society and they are not talked to or they don't have anyone to look up to and to share their deep thoughts and feelings. A lot of young girls are lost in which they have no mentor or someone to guide them in a sense of a positive direction. As we see now, a majority of young girls are impregnated, single mothers, victims of rape or abuse, or even a victim of the media and its provacative messages that it sends out there to youngsters today. This was the inspiration behind the foundation and why Kimberlee wanted to start it. Going through puberty is a lot of pressure and stress and teenagers find themselves overwhelmed until the point that they cannot handle it anymore, and most end up committing suicide.
These girls need an ear to talk to and someone to listen and give them the best advice they need and deserve. They deserve the attention and deserve to voice out their deepest emotions/feelings. That is exactly what the Sweetheart Foundation is for, to empower todays young American female society and to build up nothing but positivity in these girls by doing community projects and also hosting fundraisers in an effort to raise funds for more projects and supplies for TSF. All we need is your support to raise awareness to get more girls involved to help them today for a better future tomorrow.
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (803)290-2453 for Kimberlee Keitt directly. Thank you.