Save a Girl, Save a World (SAGSAW) is a, registered 501c3, multi-generational mentoring and esteem building program with an annual retreat held at HBCU's each Fall for the purposes of assisting young girls and young women with a continued pipeline of support through mentorship. SAGSAW has assembled a network of some of the brightest and most accomplished women from coast to coast to work as mentors. The program aims to help mentees in gaining focus and addressing real life situations.
The organization's core values are centered on four principle pillars:
46% less likely than their peers to start using illegal drugs and 27% less likely to start drinking.
study of Big Brothers Big Sisters)
81% more likely to participate regularly in sports or extracurricular activities than those who do not.
55% more likely to be enrolled in college than those who did not have a mentor.
51% more likely
hold a leadership position in a club, sports team, school council, or another group