The primary focus of the Edie Hand Foundation is a youth-oriented program called You Pave the Way. Community leaders and parents have recognized that adolescence is a time of change and growing pains, making it especially challenging for a child's self-esteem. As a sponsor of this program, AskPatty.com has engaged a powerful marketing program that emphasises their commitment to improving the lives of women and children, and the opportunity also extends to the Ask Patty community of Certified Female Friendlyr retailers.
"We're a company about effective communication and education, and we try to pass that practice along to every client who goes through our Certified Female Friendlyr training" says Jody DeVere, president and CEO of AskPatty.com. "This opportunity is a cause that's important to me personally. The book 31 Ways to Raise a Child's Self Esteem, along with Edie's leadership expertise and hands-on approach, will really help our clients to engage in a community-focused cause that has a national exposure while improving the lives of children in their own local schools."
About The Edie Hand Foundation
The Edie Hand Foundation is a 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness and scholarships for children's education as well as raising money for special-needs children. We believe that every child should have the opportunity to experience life as fully as they possibly can. A specific focus of our work is children with motor dysfunction. The Foundation raises money to support organizations that treat children with motor dysfunction and other disabilities. The foundation raises money to support organizations that treat children with motor dysfunction and other diseases like Cancer Research through hospitals like St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, TN.
For more information on the foundation and its projects, visit ediehandfoundation.org.
About AskPatty.com, Inc.
With international headquarters in Thousand Oaks, California, AskPatty.com, Inc. takes a two-pronged approach to revolutionizing the women's automotive retail market: For consumers, the AskPatty.com website, is a safe and reliable source for expert automotive advice and research. For auto dealers, tire dealers, collision centers, auto service and repair centers, the revolutionary AskPatty.com Certified Female Friendlyr program, designed from the ground up, trains and certifies automotive retail and service centers on how to attract, sell, retain and increase loyalty with women customers.
Women can find an Ask Patty Certified Female Friendlyr auto dealer, tire dealer, collision center, auto service and repair centers using the location search at AskPatty.com.
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