Jewels Empowerment Group for Girls- Atlanta, GA


Jewels and Gems Website:

Telephone: 404-477-4082

Jewels was created to enrich and empower the lives of girls as they make the transition from pre-teens to teenagers. The mission of Jewels is also to promote self-esteem, self-awareness, self worth and respect within the lives of young girls. Through enrichment workshops/activities, cultural awareness, community service projects, mentorship, leadership/educational programs and social activities Jewels will accomplish these goals and create confident young women who will make a difference in our world!

Some of What We Offer:

  • Character Building Workshops/Activities
  • Community Service/Volunteer Projects Through Kids Care Club
  • Etiquette Classes
  • Math/Science/Technology Enrichment Programs
  • Leadership/Goal Setting Programs
  • Fitness/Heath Activities
  • Craft Activities
  • Field Trips & Cultural Activities
  • Social Activities and Special Events
  • Mentorship/Peer Support



Afro Puffs and Ponytails is constantly searching for information about clubs and organizations to provide as resources for parents and community organizers. It is our hope that each resource provided will serve to build confidence, enhance self esteem, instill leadership skills, empower, uplift and educate our African American girls. We are not recommending these programs, but offering a starting point for you to conduct your own evaluation and research about whether a program is right for your child.

For an up-to-date listing of other programs for African American girls within the USA, please click here.

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  1. Rosalind Person, 7 years ago

    hello I am a mother of 5 and my 10 year old is my youngest girl and I am trying to find her programs to help with self esteem, confidence and strength to be stronger then I was her age. How far are you from Jonesboro, ga

  2. Felicia Bennett, 9 years ago

    My name is Felicia and I’m looking for a program to enroll my 11 year old daughter in so she can have better social skills and to develop better self esteem. I am also willing to volunteer my time because I have been trying to find out how to start up my own mentoring program. Please give me a call @ 4045749673 when you have a chance to let me know how to enroll her in this program. Because child seem to do better when someone tell them other then their parent.

  3. Karen Cutter, 12 years ago

    Hello, i am a single mother of three girls< ages 6, 10 and 17, and i would l0ve to learn more about your program.

  4. Rosalind, 12 years ago

    Hi ,
    I would love to know more about your program. I have a 15 year old daughter who could use some mentoring from someone other than her mother.

  5. Yolanda Brooks, 12 years ago

    I have 14 years daughter , that’s A student, but has a low self-esteem in regard to MATH. has drop from a Accelrated Math, according to the teacher because of lack of confindential, while still make A’s in class.

  6. Kimyan, 12 years ago

    I am seeking a program to help my 10 year old in developing better social skills and positive peer relationships, as well as building her self esteem.

  7. alainer warren, 12 years ago

    I have a 12yr old who does not have alot of friends, she stays in the house all the time and she is self conscience about her wieght. she loves to go curch and do things, so I would love for her to be surrounded by kids her age so she wont have to be under grown folks all the time.

  8. Anita, 12 years ago

    I am 19 and I need to be in a program that helps me with my self esteem and self worth… I stay in fayetteville, ga. I am willing to go to programs in clayton county and other close citites to be in a program.

  9. LaWanda Smith, 13 years ago

    I am interested in registering my 11 year old daughter into a pre-teen mentoring program that is located in or near Gwinnett County (GA).

  10. Kara Norman, 13 years ago

    @Lisa, Yvette, Lakeisha and Malinda, feel free to contact me directly 404-477-4082 or email me at, thanks!

  11. Malinda Jenkins, 13 years ago

    I don’s see a schedule for Atlanta. I am very interested in getting my 16 year old daugther enrolled in your programs.

  12. Lakeisha Miller, 13 years ago

    I would like to know what are the steps in starting a mentoring group and are you non-profit. Thanks for your response.

  13. Yvette Clayborne, 13 years ago

    Hello Kim,
    I am interested in learning more about your Empowerment Group for Girls. My daughter is 15 years old and I would love to get her involved in a great mentoring program. Can you please let me know how I can go about registering her and if there are any requirements.
    Thank you.

  14. Lisa Dixon, 13 years ago

    I would like to find out more information about this program. I would like to register my daughter.

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