A Bit About Us
Working Towards a Better Tomorrow
Here at Goddesses Blessing Goddesses, we see the value in everyone. We want to be a catalyst for positive change, and since our beginnings in 2000, we’ve been driven by the same ideas we initially founded our Women Empowerment Non-Profit Organization upon: support, empowerment, and progress. Learn more about our mission, our vision, and how we go about making the changes we want to see.
We believe that equal freedom, justice, and liberty should be made available to all people regardless of their race, creed, or religious beliefs. Our goal is to help them find the legal help they need, whether they can afford it or not.
In 2009 after the discovery of 11 women killed by murderous hands, in a house on the street called Imperial in Cleveland, Ohio and as a non profit organization, it marked the beginning for us to advocate and protest freedom and justice for families in need.
Our "Imperial Act" petition collected more than 2,000 signatures nationally and internationally who also wanted to know...
"Why did the police wait to investigate?"
Now, 12 years later we have a justice reform in place to assist people who have been victimized regardless of ethnicity or the neighborhood in which they reside.
Since those early days GBG has been a voice for the people, and understood that education and knowledge are the cornerstones in our democracy and, should be made available to all people.
“Communities infused with a culture of violence can never be sustainable. That is because the climate is made up of feelings of fear, victimization and an imbalance in power. The only way to create change on a deep level, beyond jobs, is empowerment. We must teach adults they have the power to reclaim and shape their own lives, and we must teach children to never forfeit their lives to begin with.”
Min. LaDonna Blaylock
Our online presence as an advocating organization partner with, "211 First Call for Help. United Way, has been both rewarding as well as instrumental in helping people navigate the legal system and regain their sense of stability as productive citizens. Our "GBG Legal Aid & Pro Bono Service Resources" are always available to get you the help you need.
Do You need immediate assistance and need to speak to someone right away about your situation? Feel free to reach out to our legal team of experts.
Natalie L. Thomas, Esq.
Program Director, Scranton Road Legal Clinic
Scranton Road Ministries CDC
P: (216) 861-5323 • F: (216) 861-7524
C: (216) 312-4224
Have questions about our services or want to speak with our team? Please send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org