Letter from the President
Happy April! I’m so excited about this moment in the evolution of the S.H.A.U.N. Foundation for Girls! We just came off an amazing Women's History Month when we celebrated the women who are laying an incredible blueprint for our young girls to achieve their biggest dreams. We also recently announced a new grantee - Black Girls Film Camp! BGFC is an amazing nonprofit that provides a safe space for high school girls to direct and develop their own short films. 

And, we just had our 1st Annual 80's Theme Bowling Party! It was a FUN-raiser at the famed Lucky Strike Bowling Center in Hollywood. We had the best time seeing the adults and kids dress up in their neon, Adidas, gold chains, and leg warmers and bowl for a cause! I am so grateful for the village of supporters that YOU are a part of that has enabled us to get this far in our journey.
Click below to continue reading this month's message from Shaun Robinson, President and Founder of the S.H.A.U.N. Foundation for Girls.
"I learned a long time ago the wisest thing I can do is be on my own side, be an advocate for myself and others like me." - Maya Angelou
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Special thanks to the
Event Sponsors who helped make our Bowling Party Fundraiser such a success!
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