Creating A Community Of Empowered Young Ladies & Women of Today
BLACK GIRLS GROW
WORKING TOWARDS A BRIGHTER FUTURE FOR OUR
YOUTH & WOMEN OF TODAY
At Black Girls Grow, wellbeing is at the forefront of what we’re working together towards. Our programs and activities are designed to be a catalyst that helps community members reach their goals and fulfill their potential. Learn more about the positive impact we have and join us in bringing about positive change.
BLACK GIRLS GROW goals are to empower, encourage, educate, inspire, and create a community of women cultivators, rather young or old.
BLACK GIRLS GROW aims to build productive and long-lasting friendships & relationships by positively impacting their community.
BLACK GIRLS GROW organization is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The company's goal is to help our young girls live healthier and become smarter with choices and everyday life.
OUR VISION at Black Girls Grow is to strengthen and the community from within by providing educational Seminars for girls, Gardening seminars, and cooking workshops. We want to build a stronger community, starting with our young women and girls.
FOUNDER / ORGANIZER
Trelle Faggett is no stranger to Louisiana.
In 1994 She started her interest in media and broadcasting at Southern University of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
She is known to many as Trelli Trelle and became very popular for her on-air radio show on WEMX Max 9.41 in Baton Rouge and Hot 104.5 in New Orleans.
Trelle spent over ten years in radio broadcasting. Trelle recognized as the number 1 radio show in Baton Rouge, according to Arbitron ratings, Trelle was also recognized at the Radio Music Awards.
Although Trelle was a very busy radio broadcaster, she found time to be featured on a reality show in the early 2000s with pop stars T Boz and Chilli of the popular girl group TLC.
Trelle has always been very active in the community and schools and would host several peep rallies and LEAP Test Rallies.
Currently, she is dedicating her time to her family of 3 kids and a wonderful and supportive husband.
Her passion for children and the well-being of women sparked her interest in wanting to pour back into the community.
Trelle has started two non-profit organizations,” Black Girls grow “and “Lettuce Greaux Kidz.” Reflecting on issues surrounding her as a young child inspired her to do more for today’s youth.
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BRINGING ABOUT CHANGE
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
REBULDING OUR COMMUNITY
We are dedicated to stepping up our efforts in addressing the issue of eating and living a healthier lifestyle.
These are huge concerns in the community.
Volunteers can help us by joining hands and building community gardens. Help is also needed to deliver fresh homegrown produce to those in need and the homeless community.
We also visit schools and provide healthy eating and gardening STEM Projects to children. Our kid's program Is called LETTUCE GREAUX KIDZ.
BECOME A BGG MEMBER
Building Strong Women and Girls
With this initiative, our goal is to promote great opportunities for young ladies and women.
With access to the right resources, we can become empowered. Our new abilities and confidence will help build a stronger generation.
Learn more about becoming a member, get in touch with us today @email@example.com
SAVE THE DATES, August 17th and August 18th in celebration of National Nonprofit Day JOIN US with Kendra Scott Jewelry’s Virtual Sale, in giving back to Lettuce Greaux Kidz , a local Baton Rouge nonprofit, focus on teaching kids about gardening, pot gardens, tower gardens, and much more!
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