BRIGHTER FUTURES
BETTER LIFE


OUR MISSION Ohio Sister Circle's mission is to provide  programming that educates and empowers youth and families  -  in hopes to build a brighter future and a better life.


OUR VISION  A world where our youth and families can pursue endless opportunities, ending poverty, educational barriers and hunger.

OUR PATHWAY  We meet each young person/adult we serve where they are, identifying challenges with our S.M.A.R.T plan,  providing comprehensive support, and solutions together.

" The Art of MotherHood II" Saturday May 4TH @ 11:30am EMBASSY SUITES HOTEL BEACHWOOD OHIO

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MOTHERS' DAY LUNCH "The Art of Motherhood II"

Join Us for and Extraordinary Event as we Celebrate Motherhood. Mothers Wear Many Hats and we Learn to Master capabilities never imagined! The Art of Motherhood II @ the Embassy Suites Hotel, 3775 Park East Drive Beachwood Ohio Saturday May 4, 2024 Guest Speaker: *Dr. Yvonne Pointer McCreary of Hope Haven * Live Music by: Russell Thompson & Free Agent

$35.00

SPONSORS

VENDOR Payment

VENDORS

Cost includes 1 6ft table/ 1 Black Table Covering/ 2Chairs/ First come Placements and 1 Luncheon Ticket *Please Read the Extra Description before Reserving your Pop Up Shop! No Refunds!

$100

OSC Silent Auction

OSC Silent Online Auction is a fundraiser designed to raise money for the SOAR Program and Community Outreach Programs for Ohio Sister Circle


  • Date: 04/22/2024 01:00 PM - 05/04/2024 01:00 PM
  • Location: 3775 Park East Drive, Beachwood, OH, USA (Map)
  • More Info: Embassy Suites Hotel Beachwood Ohio

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Sharon Clark

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CEO/Founder

Founder, Programming Director, Research Director, Grant writer, Community/Event Organizer;Accounting @ DFAS- Department of Defense; CBFF Leadership DEvelopment Fellowship Cohort/ College Now Greater Cleveland Mentoring Program

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Donnell A. Clark Sr

Board Member - Chief Financial Officer CFO

Donnell Clark Sr./MBA Branch Chief at DFAS Department of Defense

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Mattie Jones-Hollowell

Board Member

Key Bank Vice President Corporate Responsible Officer

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Kory A. Clark

Advisor/Volunteer Board Member

Key Bank Portfolio Manager , CDLI Ashland University Graduate BA Finance

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Dr. Yolanda Spooney, PhD, CPA

Board Member

Mgr/Kaufman Rossin

Sylvia Watson

Board Member

Director of Guest Experience MGM Northfield Park

Ruth Dickens

Volunteer Board Member

Retired Cleveland Metropolitan School District/ Transition Coordinator

The Rising Stars of OSC SOAR MENTORING SCHOLARSHIP 

* MUST BE A  STUDENT IN THE CLEVELAND METROPOLITAN SCHOOL DISTRICT

Please complete every section of the “Wiley & Alberta Walker Humanitarian Scholarship”registration form.  Any section not completed or required files ,and documents not uploaded will forfeit the opportunity to be considered.
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Students Served

Whether through our Mentoring program or outreach systems of giving.

Families Reached

Through direct contact within schools systems, churches, our mentoring program or giving systems (T4T list).

Mentorship Hours

Chart displays year-by-year total of hours spent mentoring during a time frame from October to June each year. Also includes mentoring by Zoom ( due to COVID OUTBREAK IN 2020)

Volunteers

Any supporter who volunteered at any event.

High School Graduates

Total of HIgh School Graduates that have participated in Ohio Sister Circle Inc. Rising Stars Mentoring Program.

College Graduates

Students who have participated in the Mentoring Program, and have graduated college.

Women Initiatives Served

Literacy Program - Books Distributed

Partnered with Kids Book Bank of NEO in 2021

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Please Complete the Basic Form for Registration.   Each participant will be required to complete waivers, photo release and health forms to participate.  These forms will follow in an additional email with dates, times and requirements to participate.

Thank You in advance.
S.O.A.R

S.O.A.R

Students Obtaining Assets and Resources All sessions are held at: The Frederick Douglass Recreation Center 15401 Miles Rd Cleveland, Ohio Mentorship program providing it not limited to:, business acumen, money management, entrepreneurship skill set, music, arts and crafts for youth ages 8-17 years of age New Day and Time Alert! Wednesday’s @5pm

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HIGH SCHOOL ESSAY /MENTORSHIP

HIGH SCHOOL ESSAY /MENTORSHIP

The Rising Stars Mentoring Program

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BE Fit - BE Active   PROGRAMS

BE Fit - BE Active PROGRAMS

SPORTS RELOAD All sessions are held at : The Frederick Douglass Recreation Center 15401 Miles Rd, Cleveland Ohio Teaching the importance of family, school, integrity, perseverance and personal growth in group settings. Closing the gap in this area with our Free Activities and Mentorship opportunities. Providing safe spaces for both male and female student aspiring athletes. Qualified Mentors and Coaches

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COMMUNITY OUTREACH

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

OSC provides free support to the community by means of select events that offer goods and services, education information, college tours, reading materials, school supplies, referrals and more. In 2022 we issued over 120 back packs filled with supplies, and over 500 books were given out to all ages as well.

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Hope in Healing

Hope in Healing

Group Recovery Support Group for those who desire a space to share their grief recovery process. This is not a licensed/ medical guided group. If you wish medically based guided help- referral options will be made available.

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Our vision is to empower YOUTH and families, especially those that reside in historically underrepresented low-income areas with tools necessary to rise above any barriers or challenges life will offer.  Providing fair treatment,access to opportunities, teaching them to remain positive,  to work hard to achieve any set goal,  and be active in their community.  OSC provides an organization involving Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for the community, staff and volunteers.
The heart of our core values are essential to the connections we will build.   They are:  Respect, Compassion, Accountability, Community Involvement, Excellence, Balance work/life, Integrity, Conflict Resolution, Positive Attitude, Loyalty, Sustainability, Creativity and Servant Leadership
PRIVATE POLICY:
OSC Inc., uses website email information to better target our marketing efforts. Donations are made through website and credit card information is not stored. No information is shared with third parties or an affiliated partner. This policy will be updated periodically. You can opt out of future communications at any time

  • Group skills – team oriented, will prioritize the boards, organization and members best interest over individual priorities related to the nonprofit
  • Interpersonal skills – good communications skills , relationship building, has elements of social power(personal, expert and positional)positive reputation(legitimacy to members and public)
  • Personal leadership skills- provides innovative leadership, creativity, ability to make new ideas possible
  • Technical skills – IT skills, marketing, branding for NPO's
  • Strong Character - Personal attributes that enhance our brand , emotionally invested, have a moral turpitude(such as NO ACTS OF: social injustice, immorality, criminal, alcoholism, drug use or other) that will tarnish or have the  potential to tarnish the nonprofits name and core values

In all we do, we are building a generation of change agents, made up of peers, students, pastors and alumni committed to shaping equitable pathways to a purposed filled and successful life.

Our approach in obtaining these goals have been achieved through fostering our S.M.A.R.T program, which are:
Specific - Measurable - Achievable - Reachable - Timed ...highly interlaced with these goals, are Education, Health,Sports Activities and Safety... These are the key cornerstone tools offered to guide each participant.

The Rising Stars students that have emerged from our program are now self-sustaining hard working adults. Most have completed higher education or some type of certificate program.

Current students are over coming barriers and sustaining high academic grade point averages, not so much because of our impact, but the tools we provide as mentors, the encouragement we consistently give - inspiring the young mind to challenge themselves and never be bound by the socieoeconomical low to moderate disadvantages many face.  The goal is to Rise above any challenge!

Many students, as-well-as adults, may often find themselves in the fight of their lives through so many social economic pitfalls, despairing barriers due to the lack of education, housing, healthcare, career and basic needs. Our goal is to remain as a positive entity, to assist, guide, and set ecomaps or life plaans that are obtainable for future and life long success. We are a village of GateKeepers, and that means, checking in and holding each other accountable to the process.





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VOLUNTEER

We need highly skilled and trained individuals to see the need! BOARD / VOLUNTEER COMPETENCIES: • Group skills – team oriented, will prioritize the boards, organization and members best interest over individual priorities related to the nonprofit • Interpersonal skills – good communications skills , relationship building, has elements of social power(personal, expert and positional)positive reputation(legitimacy to members and public) • Personal leadership skills- provided innovative leadership, creative, ability to make new ideas possible • Technical skills – knowledge about the nonprofit field • Personal attributes that enhance our brand , commitment, emotionally invested, have a moral turpitude(such as NO ACTS OF: social injustice, adultery, pedophilia, alcoholism, drug use or other) that will tarnish or have the potential to tarnish the nonprofits name, core values while serving our youth/women.

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Your Membership with OSC helps to support the mentorship & support programs our nonprofit offers. The annual dues allows OSC to continue to provide educational support , basic need support, guidance support to elementary through high school students, or adults in need of career assistance, how to launch a business and more.

$50Year

Regular

  • Emails to upcoming events, including discounts to all events.
$150Year

Advanced

  • Email Notice of All Events. Invite to all Gala’s. OSC Merchandise
$250Year

Premium

  • Email Notice of All Events. Complimentary Gifts and Invite to all Gala’s. OSC Merchandise Membership Roster,
$500Year

Silver Star

  • Email Notice of All Events. Complimentary Gifts and Invite to all Gala’s. OSC Merchandise (Jacket ). Name on Membership Roster, Lapel Pin.
$1000Year

Gold Star

  • Email Notice of All Events. Complimentary Gifts and Invite to all Gala’s. OSC Merchandise . Name on Membership Roster, Lapel Pin, Engraved Glassware.
$5000Year

Legacy Builder

  • Must be Personal Donor: Honorary Officer.(Non Voting Board Member under Roberts Rules of Order,) Annual Fee $1200 after First Year. Email Notice of All Events. Complimentary Gifts and Invite to all Gala’s (up to 3 guest) OSC Merchandise . Name on Membership Roster, Lapel Pin, Engraved Glassware, Engraved Paperweight.