Ready to help middle school girls with past trauma and honor the memory of Charlotte?


Thanks to you, REINS INC has been able to serve more middle school girls with past trauma and honor the memory of Charlotte. Your support and belief in our cause keeps us going strong.

We’re launching a new campaign to provide a class to four middle school girls that is proven to have a positive impact on personal growth with focus areas of self-confidence, awareness of self and others, relationships, trust, friendship, teamwork, and attitude, and it would be great if you were a part of it.

We are asking a few of our key partners to rally their friends, family, and networks to support REINS INC’s work. By becoming a fundraiser for REINS, Inc., you will help more middle school girls with past trauma and honor the memory of Charlotte, and you’ll help your friends feel good about doing good.

Getting started is easy to do, and it’s fun. We’ll even give you all the tools you’ll need to make a difference. With your help, I know we can reach our campaign goal by 2018-06-01, we can ensure self-development opportunities through Equine Assisted Therapy programming are available to help students self-confidence and functioning in both the community and school settings.

When you create a personal fundraiser page today for REINS, Inc., you’ll make sure self-development opportunities through Equine Assisted Therapy programming are available to help students self-confidence and functioning in both the community and school settings.

Will you help provide a class to four middle school girls that is proven to have a positive impact on personal growth with focus areas of self-confidence, awareness of self and others, relationships, trust, friendship, teamwork, and attitude?

Find out more and get started now.

Thanks for caring about girls with trauma in their past who often struggle with self confidence and positive self image as they move through the middle school years. They often are victims of bullying and have trouble finding their place and voice as they transition to young adulthood. Some are lost during this time to suicide like Charlotte.

 

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