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The Gift to Empower

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During the year, a variety of celebrations – birthdays, holidays, and other special occasions – call for a gift of some kind.  We sometimes work ourselves into a frenzy trying to come up with the “perfect gift.” 

Why not invest in a gift that has staying power – the gift of empowerment. 

The gift of empowerment is a gift that keeps on giving, enabling one to enhance and further his or her personal development and achievement.  An empowering gift is one that keeps on giving the whole year through and, if we’re lucky, beyond.

Here are three empowering IOU Sports gifts:

The Gift of Change

IOU Sports Changes a girl’s life for the better.  We can make life a little easier or enable her to accomplish something she may not have been able to on her own. Change, big or small is not of importance – only that you see, feel, or believe it.  The payoff for you – as the commercial says, “Priceless.”

The Gift of Knowledge

We expand a girl’s knowledge by having her think outside the box.  Career development in sports and one on one with community leaders pays dividends in a girls lives.   Why not better her well-being, develop her career portfolio or learn more about current events that affect her life.

The Gift of Goal Setting

IOU Sports teaches her to learn how to organize and map out thoughts and goals.  She can achieve more and be rewarded with a sense of accomplishment at the same time.
 

Remember, the greatest gift of all is the gift that keeps on giving – the gift is empowerment!  Invest in the health, empowerment and success of girls and women through sports

IOU Sports, where we “Empower Girls to Achieve Their Best through Sports.”

Click Here to Give a Gift to Empower!

Bernell Hooker

Bernell Hooker is the Founder and CEO of Images of Us (IOU) Sports; a non-profit organization that empowers girls and women through education and sports. "Think of yourself as an athlete. I guarantee you it will change the way you walk, the way you work, and the decisions you make about leadership, teamwork, and success." - Mariah Burton Nelson