We’re helping hands-on
40,000+ People throughout the 5 Boroughs of New York City served over 15 years.
Since 2002, Share For Life offers educational programs and videos that share positive information and resources to educate, empower, enrich and encourage the lives of people in the communities we serve.
Youth & Teens Served
Adults & Seniors Served
Angela Simmons Presents Pressure Makes Diamonds
Share for Life Program Initiative
Pressure Makes Diamonds (PMD) events include workshops and panel discussions on sensitive women issues dealing with low self esteem, domestic violence, mental and physical health, while providing access to educational information and resources to support each topic. Workshops engage and motivate participants to overcome their adversities by living a positive lifestyle where health and wellness is at the center. Our mission is to inspire, motivate and empower teenage girls and millennial women to develop a positive self-image, confidence, courage and knowledge to be successful and live a healthy lifestyle. The Pressure Makes Diamond vision is for Angela Simmons to use her platform to share positive information and resources to help girls and women build a healthy self-esteem, self-love, confidence and business knowledge by sharing her personal challenges and testimonies.
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What We Are Doing
We provide educational programs that address issues affecting disadvantaged communities in New York City through awareness, education, media projects, the arts, and personal and community development activities.
Many of S4L programs are offered for youth, teens and seniors with workshop presentations and materials tailored to be developmentally appropriate for the participating age group. Handouts and pre- and post-surveys will be given to evaluate individual workshop sessions and the program’s effectiveness.
Our unique programs have proven to be successful in making a positive difference and improving the lives of those we serve. S4L has worked with students in New York City public schools in New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) in conjunction with NYCHA Residents Associations and New York City Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD)
Realizing that visual stimulation is one of the most effective ways to communicate messages – particularly to youth – S4L fights for social change by developing supportive projects with creative campaigns: it infuses film and music with health awareness to warn people about the consequences of high-risk behavior and empower them to make decisions that will lead them to live safe, healthy and productive lives.