The Covenant Foundation: Sight Line

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The Covenant Foundation: Sight Line

I am Doing, I am Still

“It’s not glass half full or glass half empty, but as the glass empties, we’re hydrated. As the glass empties, the plant is watered. Each part of the paradox affects the other.”

In The Covenant Foundation’s latest issue of Sight Line, jGirls teen editor Emanuelle Sippy writes about the contrasts inherent to her time in quarantine.

The Covenant Foundation: Sight Line

A Sense of Normalcy: jGirls Social Isolation Community Programming

Elizabeth Mandel, Founder & Executive Director of jGirls, writes for The Covenant Foundation’s Sight Line about how jGirls has not only maintained normalcy, but has also expanded programming for our broader community amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Read Elizabeth’s article and register for our newsletter to stay up to date on future programs!

The Covenant Foundation: Sight Line

The Validation Project: Transforming Struggles into Superpowers

“As the world changes and many young adults feel helpless, The Validation Project provides an inspiring example of how to turn a painful experience into positive change. It can take a single moment to spark a passion, whether it’s realizing you’re not alone, or advocating for a peer – each individual’s passion can transform into action.”

jGirls teen editor Molly Voit writes about the impact of The Validation Project for The Covenant Foundation’s latest issue of Sight Line. In the piece, Molly explores the power and impact of this global, youth empowerment organization!