The Superwoman Project

Superwoman Project is a national campaign that provides support to African-American moms in every aspect of their lives including: new motherhood, reproductive health, maternal/child mortality, parenting, mental and holistic health, marriage and relationships, and more.

Superwoman North Carolina

Saturday April 10th @11am
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About The Superwoman Project

Superwoman Project is a national campaign that provides support to African-American moms in every aspect of their lives, including: new motherhood, reproductive health, maternal/child mortality, parenting, mental and holistic health, marriage and relationships, and more.

The Superwoman Project”, includes a 1-day virtual and in-person live workshop series that take place in different states and cities across the country and address different topics that affect Black Moms and their health and well-being.

In Partnership With

Upcoming Live Stream Workshops

As the pandemic continues into the 2021, the purpose of “The Superwoman North Carolina ” is to provide mothers of color with up-to-date and medically sound information related to the COVID-19 Pandemic, and the tools and resources they need to counteract the biggest byproducts of being a mom in the time of Coronavirus.

Superwoman North Carolina virtual event includes 4 workshops:

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Why Is The Superwoman Project Important?

Our Partner REIGN

African American women are disproportionately impacted by hysterectomies and uterine fibroids, it’s important that Black Girl Health Foundation plays an active role in providing education and resources to help them live a healthier lifestyle. Our partnership with Reign allows us to do just that. Reign is a healthier alternative to the chemical makeup of tampons and sanitary napkins on the market. 

Unlike other products, Reign is infused with Nobel Prize winning material Graphene. Graphene may provide several health benefits to women which may potentially relieve painful menstrual cycles, eliminates 99.9% of harmful bacteria, and balances the body’s pH level. 

Becoming a sponsor for “Superwoman Project” helps a certain amount of underserved Black women get access to Reign’s non-toxic sanitary napkins.

Become A Sponsor

Bronze

$ 1000
  • Logo on event website
  • Social media acknowledgement 
  • Logo in BGHF Newsletter
  • Help 20 underserved Black Women get free Reign Sanitary Napkins

Silver

$ 2500
  • Logo on event website
  • Social media acknowledgement 
  • Logo in BGHF Newsletter
  • Logo airs during a commercial break of the virtual event.
  • Two (2) 60 seconds commercial/brand displays during livestream event
  • Help 60 underserved Black Women get free Reign Sanitary Napkins

Gold

$ 5000
  • Logo on event website
  • Logo on digital flyers
  • Social media acknowledgement 
  • Logo in BGHF Newsletter
  • Logo airs during a commercial break of the virtual event.
  • Two (2) two minute commercial/brand displays during livestream event
  • Help 150 underserved Black Women get free Reign Sanitary Napkins

Platinum

$ 7500
  • Logo on event website
  • Logo on digital flyers
  • Social media acknowledgement 
  • Logo in BGHF Newsletter
  • Logo airs during a commercial break of the virtual event
  • Six (6) two minute commercial/brand displays during livestream event
  • Help 280 underserved Black Women get free Reign Sanitary Napkins
  • Sponsors can make a special kickoff message at the virtual event. 

about black girl health foundation

Black Girl Health Foundation, Inc is a non-profit 501c3 that connects with women of color through our College Ambassador Program implemented at educational institutions and communities throughout the United States. The program helps students and women in the surrounding communities adopt healthier behaviors through nutrition, exercise, and education.

OUR MISSION AND PHILOSOPHY

To create pathways to help women and girls of color improve their health through engagement, education, and empowerment.

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