A Virtuous Woman’s Ministry to hold empowerment event at GRIP

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GRIP shelter located at 165 22nd St. in Richmond.

Are you ready to be empowered?

The organization, A Virtuous Woman’s Ministry, is set to host guest speakers at its “Becoming a Woman of Purpose Empowerment Party” on Saturday, March 16 at the Greater Richmond Interfaith Program, 165 22nd St. in Richmond.

The event, which runs from 2-4pm, includes speakers such as attorney and civil rights activist Pamela Price, entrepreneur and mother Jenny Block and 2nd grader Jaidyn Tate, a confidence and anti-bullying advocate.

For this even, guest invites were sent to women and young girls in local shelter, reentry programs and youth community centers to ensure the empowerment messages is spread throughout neighborhoods.

“This event is for young ladies and women from all walks of life who want to move forward with vision and purpose,” said Contesa Tate, CARE Center Director at Greater Richmond Interfaith Program and founder of A Virtuous Woman’s Ministry.

For more information, visit A Virtuous Woman’s Ministry here.