Your donation will support our vision to provide all women with the tools to live a positive and healthy lifestyle. Through monthly workshops, after-school mentor programs, group retreats, and events, In Her Shoes Foundation connects women of various backgrounds to serve one another and those in need. Throughout the year, we make charitable financial and time contributions and volunteer with other organizations that focus on social and educational causes in our community.
When you donate to IHSF, you will join men and women who support creating a healthy and positive lifestyle for women providing the tools and resources for monthly workshops, after-school mentor programs, group retreats, events, scholarship programs, and more.
Since In Her Shoes Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, all donations are tax-deductible.
Donating to In Her Shoes Foundation is simple. Use the paypal DONATE link below to submit a secure contribution. We appreciate your support and willingness to believe in our mission to inspire, connect, educate, and support.
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The purpose of In Her Shoes Foundation™ is to bring together women of all ages and backgrounds to inspire, connect, educate and support the development and maintenance of a healthy and positive lifestyle.
We help each other by sharing personal and professional experience and by supporting, encouraging, and inspiring personal change and growth. IHSF is run solely by volunteers and supported by members and donors. If you are interested in making a contribution, click the "Donate" button above. Or if you'd like to become a member, join here.
As always, we appreciate your support and willingness to believe in our mission to inspire, connect, educate and support.
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