Get Involved

Destiny’s Daughters of Promise is making a difference in our community. We would not be able to provide the programs that we offer without the support of our volunteers, and the charitable donations and pledges of individuals, corporations, churches, foundations, and local businesses.

VOLUNTEER

Join us and make a difference.

 

Please consider sharing your time and talents with our organization. From mentor opportunities to fundraisers! We are also now actively recruiting board members. 

 

Take a moment to see what position may be right for you. 


 

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CORPORATE SPONSORSHIPS

We want to partner with those who believe in our mission, have a focus on education, and want to make a difference in the lives of our youth. By partnering with DDP, you will receive community recognition for impacting the lives of future generations. 

 

Learn more about becoming a DDP sponsor. 

DONATE

DDP is a nonprofit organization, and we rely on financial donations to support the programs we offer our teens. There are many ways to help:

  • Sponsor a teen for the year with a Pearl Sponsorship

  • General Fund One-time Donation

  • Re-curring Donation

  • Donate goods or services

  • Every donation counts 

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Destiny’s Daughters of Promise was recently recognized for our transparency with a Silver Seal of Transparency on our GuideStar Nonprofit Profile!

GuideStar is the world’s largest source of information on nonprofit organizations. More than 8 million visitors per year and a network of 200+ partners use GuideStar data to grow support for nonprofits.

 

In order to get the Silver Seal of Transparency, Destiny’s Daughters of Promise shared important information with the public using our profile on www.guidestar.org. Now our community members and potential donors can find out more about our mission and programs.

DDP showed me that if I put my mind to it, I can do it. All I have to do is believe in myself. All those workshops on self-love truly helped me get to where I am now

- Myriam, Former DDP Student