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Sister-to-Sister, Inc. Organization Donations

Emanating from Sister-to-Sister, a community-caring group formed on January 17, 1994 to support Black females, Sister-to-Sister, Inc. serves as a collaborative, tax-exempt 501(c)(3), public charity created in May, 2020. Operating on a shoestring budget, with $25 annual membership dues, the all-volunteer board of directors, two part-time independent contractors, and 2 generous website design volunteers, our charity’s impact is substantial. Dues are kept extremely low to enable anyone committed to our mission to enjoy valuable benefits and services. 100% of our leaders contribute financially and in-kind, and less than 12% of our annual income is used for overhead expenses.

Make a Sister-to-Sister, Inc.  Organization Donation

Please support Sister-to-Sister, Inc. in our vision of standing together, building communities of Sisterhood, and realizing endless potential! Your donation is truely apprciated.
One time donators may elect to pay via credit/debit card
AFTER selecting "PayPal" on the CHECKOUT page.

Monthly and yearly donators may elect to pay via
credit/debit card  AFTER entering donor details.

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Sister-to-Sister: International Network of Professional African American Women, Inc. is classified as a 501(c)(3) public charity by the standards of the Internal Revenue System (IRS). Therefore, your donation may be tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Monthly Donations of $25.00 - $1,000 will support:


  • General Overhead

  • Growth & Expansion - Chartered Chapters’ Formation

  • Educational Programs (e.g., youth and adult financial literacy, health and wellness, business and career development, employment, etc.)



One-time Donations of $100.00 - $1,000 will support:

  • Higher ED Student Scholarships (college, graduate, and professional)

  • Youth Mentoring

  • Sister-to-Sister, Inc.’s trademarked Onyx Dada Marketplace – A platform for BIPOC female entrepreneurs to sell their products and services, online (launch platform, engage a contracted project coordinator, design and maintain the platform, and obtain vendor’s technical assistance, as needed).

  • Sister-to-Sister, Inc. Black Maternal and Mental Health Education Program (e.g., monthly workshops’ presenter fees, supplies, printing, mailings, etc.)

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