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How UChic Can Help Young Women in School

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UChic is an inspiring startup for women, deserving of the spotlight for the work it is doing. Its focus is to help young women in school to succeed, whether it be high school, college, or both. While many businesses focus on women after graduation, UChic recognizes that assisting women in achieving their educational and career dreams can start right now while they’re still in school. And so, that’s exactly the work that the business is doing! They’ve even now launched the 1000 Dreams Fund.

UChic Resources to help Young Women

Based in Kansas City, MO, UChic was founded by entrepreneur Christie Garton. UChic reaches out to help young ladies ages 15-22, in several ways. Firstly, there’s its website, which offers a quality resource area full of blog posts and tips for the young women. The posts focus on helping females navigate through the high-stress years of growth. Blog topics range from health and money to dating.

Other reading resources available from UChic include several books. One title that caught my eye in the book series is U Chic’s Getting a Grip on Your Freshman Year: The College Girl’s First Year Action Plan. By the way, am I the only one who wished I had that when I was in college? It would have been nice to have a resource as a roadmap for what to expect that year and how best to prepare for future school years, as well as the job world ahead.

Update on UChic’s Mission for High School and College Females

The above text was written in 2014 and now it is 2018. Wow, time flies! Within this time, UChic has broadened its mission by launching the 1000 Dreams Fund. The goal of the non-profit organization is to provide 1000 one-time educational grants to help young women in the United States. Yes, that’s quite the ambitious mission – and we hope they meet it! The lives of 1000 females can change for the better.

The prerequisite for funding is that the girl must be currently enrolled in high school or be a college-aged female in the U.S. Financial assistance can go to any of these 4 areas:

  • Conferences or training
  • Exam fees in college or grad school
  • Tutoring services
  • Books or technological devices

By providing financial help, the 1000 Dreams Fund, which began as the startup UChic, can empower young women and help their educational dreams come true. Furthermore, when they feel confident in their abilities, there’s no stopping these females! Money issues won’t be a problem any longer for those young women who receive the funding.

Inspiration Abounds

The 1000 Dreams Fund from UChic has an inspiring mission to help young women. Be sure to check out the links above to find out more and you can even donate to them to help other ladies. Here is a great way to help young women succeed, starting today. Also, after receiving the one-time financial assistance toward their education, these females can move onto amazing careers, all without a lack of money holding them back.

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30 Comments

  1. Billybuc May 30, 2014

    Well done, Christy! I’m all for any site that brings out the best in people.

    Hugs coming at you for a job well done.

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    1. Christy Birmingham May 31, 2014

      So nice! That means a lot to me to read your words, Bill. And YOU keep doing great things that fill your heart!

  2. Julie Catherine May 30, 2014

    Wonderful new site, Christy, I love it! Can’t wait to see the upcoming posts in these categories! Love and hugs, Julie xoxox

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    1. Christy Birmingham May 31, 2014

      Julie, Yes! I can’t wait to write them and show you – thanks for being here with me! Hugs xo

  3. Sue Dreamwalker May 31, 2014

    Oh Christy, what a wonderful site you have put together.. and thank you for highlighting such a lovely organisation as UChic, I had not heard of them before so was very interesting in reading about them and the goals and achievements.. Thank you
    Sue xox

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    1. Christy Birmingham May 31, 2014

      Sue, I have known about the organization and wanted to highlight them for a little while now – so this site was the perfect place to do so! I can’t wait to write more and show you – HUGS!

  4. Christy Birmingham May 31, 2014

    Olivia, how nice to see you here! Thanks :)

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  5. suzettenaoles May 31, 2014

    Great web site and so resourceful for young women, really women of any age. And it has such a positive purpose . The best of luck with it!

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    1. Christy Birmingham June 2, 2014

      Thanks for the positive feedback too, Suzette!

  6. katejohns May 31, 2014

    Awesome website Christy! Feels good to have a writer out here doing positive things—which I’m doing with my website, Momzinga.com. Looking good!

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    1. Christy Birmingham June 2, 2014

      Thank-you, Kate! A nice treat to see you here too. I’ll be checking out your site too!

  7. Resa June 1, 2014

    Congratulations on realizing your wonderful new blog!

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    1. Christy Birmingham June 2, 2014

      Resa, You sweet gal! Thank-you!

  8. lscotthoughts June 8, 2014

    The world for women needs more positivity, Christy, and it’s going to shine through your new site! Love it! Hugs!

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    1. Christy Birmingham June 10, 2014

      Bring on the positivity!! You’re a great spirit and I love seeing you here, Lauren!

  9. Dilip June 9, 2014

    Love the theme. Plenty good wishes in spreading the inspiration and for offering practical tips too!
    Regards Christy.

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    1. Christy Birmingham June 10, 2014

      I appreciate your support, Dilip!

  10. inesephoto June 22, 2014

    Great start, congratulations!
    Inese

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  11. D.G.Kaye June 23, 2014

    Found you! Congrats on your new site and wonderful theme. :)

    Reply
    1. Christy Birmingham June 24, 2014

      Thanks for stopping by and appreciating the site here, D.G.!

    2. D.G.Kaye June 24, 2014

      :)

  12. Rajagopal June 29, 2014

    congrats christy on yr new site . will drop by to see and comment on the work of interesting women in yr horizon…

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    1. Christy Birmingham June 30, 2014

      Thanks so much – great to see you here!

  13. Charlene Woodley February 20, 2015

    Well, here’s a gang of information that you’ve provided, Christy! I think this is just wonderfully awesome and I too could have used that book for my freshman year. No telling how it would have turned out, but the main point is that resources are now readily available to those who need it. Just wonderful!! I love this post – thanks for sharing! <3

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    1. Christy Birmingham February 21, 2015

      Yes, it would have been nice to have a reference of sorts, right?!! Thanks, C! This was my very first one at the blog here so wonderful you got to read it :)

  14. D.G.Kaye February 20, 2015

    What a wonderful idea to be helping younger girls before they get out into the world, not only after. You do find these most inspiring organizations to share sweet girl! xo I’m always happy to share. :)

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    1. Christy Birmingham February 21, 2015

      Sometimes I cannot recall where I find them but I know there are wonderful places and people to spotlight! Thanks for adding to the positivity here, Deb! xx

    2. D.G.Kaye February 23, 2015

      Always a joy to read your inspirational posts! xo

    3. Christy Birmingham February 24, 2015

      HUGS, Deb! Your support is wonderful xo

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