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WWS Happenings September 2017

Healing Through Art “Art opens the closets, airs out the cellars and attics. It brings healing.” – Julia Cameron On September 10th we welcomed 12 mentors and mentees into our office for “Memories on Canvas” our 3rd Heart to Home session for 2017.  Everyone was asked to paint a memory, object or color that reminds […]

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Happenings August 2017

  Surf’s Up with Jimmy Miller! On August 13th we partnered with The Jimmy Miller Memorial Foundation and hosted a Friendship Activity for the kids, mentors and family members in the Walk With Sally community. With over 105 participants enjoying a day of surfing, body surfing and beach games. The day was made possible by […]

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Walk With Sally Happenings June 2017

Celebrating Graduations! We want to celebrate the incredible milestones of our mentee’s graduations this year, from high school and middle school! Chris and Patrick matched 6/24/12 are celebrating 5 years and Patrick’s successes in high school. We asked Chris what advice he would give new mentors: “Wow. Can’t believe it’s been 5 years. I could […]

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Inspiring and Empowering Women

Strength, Determination, Humor and Compassion: Two Walk With Sally supporters discuss women who have inspired them and how they plan on continuing in their footsteps.   Michele Brown, a Keller Williams agent and President of the Women’s Council of Realtors South Bay, believes in creating a safe haven for motivation and encouraging each other to […]

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WWS Happenings May 2017

What We’ve Been Up To This Year Overcoming Obstacles It was a gorgeous day on May 13th for 32 attendees at our latest Friendship Activity hiking in Baldwin Hills. The theme behind this activity was “Overcoming Obstacles,” not just the hike itself, but we also learned that for several mentees, this wasn’t the only obstacle […]

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WWS Happenings Spring 2017

Si Hablamos Espanol Nearly every day we are faced with a challenge, a potential mentee wants to take part in the Walk With Sally mentoring program, however his parents only speak Spanish. Thanks to the Tower Cancer Research Foundation’s Community Partners grant we have been able to create a Spanish Speaking program to help this [...]