TREASURED CELEBRATIONS

aka Moderndayprincess.net   |   Torrance, CA   |  www.moderndayprincess.net

Mission

We provide leadership training for women who have a passion to implement a 10 week rite of passage journey, through a written and life application curriculum, guiding their teenage girls as they step into young womanhood. They equip these young hearts and minds with purpose, value and strength, empowering them to become our next generation's women of influence, who will walk confidently into their future.

Notes from the nonprofit

Treasured Celebrations is the non-profit covering for www.moderndayprincess.net

Our Mission Statement is: Empowering Women to Equip our Girls

Our books and curriculum have impacted the lives of women and girls in every state in the nation and in 24 countries across the world in the last 6 years. Leadership training has been established across the US, South Africa and Ghana.

Our most recent book, Raising a Young Modern Day Princess was released by Focus on the Family/Tyndale in September, 2016. It's purpose is equip parents and grandparents to establish character qualities in their 4-9 years old little girls.

All of our products can be found on our website - www.moderndayprincess.net , Amazon. com, or Christianbook.com.

Ruling year info

2005

Principal Officer

doreen hanna

Main address

1820 West Carson St #202-176

Torrance, CA 90501 USA

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EIN

20-1800469

NTEE code info

Religious Leadership, Youth Development (O55)

Youth Development Programs (O50)

Religious Leadership, Youth Development (O55)

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This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Becoming a Modern Day Princess

A 10 week program for girls 12-18 years of age enabling them to discover their purpose, value, and strength ushering them into young womanhood with a climatic celebration.

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as of 01/15/2018
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