4Bidden Inc

Fort Washington, MD
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This organization's exempt status was automatically revoked by the IRS for failure to file a Form 990, 990-EZ, 990-N, or 990-PF for 3 consecutive years. Further investigation and due diligence are warranted.

Mission

4 Bidden Inc. is a group of everyday working women who have partnered together with the sole purpose of changing the lives of young women. Currently established as of June 2010, 4 Bidden has introduced a program called G.O.S.S.I.P. (Getting Over Social Stereotypes Is Possible). With the cure purpose of reaching our teens with a open dialogue discussion on subjects such as communication skills, drug abuse awareness, identity, media, sex, peer pressure, academic and cultural issues, relationships and finance. G.O.S.S.I.P. will be based on an interactive approach geared to interaction and active participation in role plays, exercises, real-life situations, discussions, sharing personal experiences about themselves and other related topics open-mindedly. We offer suggestions of ways to improve their situation and/or put together a small group activity at a later date that will help ease their situation. We compose our sessions based on the needs of the group and statistics that are extreme

Ruling year info

2010

Main address

938 E Swan Creek Rd Ste 778

Fort Washington, MD 20744

EIN

35-2382551

NTEE code info

Education N.E.C. (B99)

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4 Bidden Inc. is a group of everyday working women who have partnered together with the sole purpose of changing the lives of young women. Currently established as of June 2010, 4 Bidden has introduced a program called G.O.S.S.I.P. (Getting Over Social Stereotypes Is Possible). With the cure purpose of reaching our teens with a open dialogue discussion on subjects such as communication skills, drug abuse awareness, identity, media, sex, peer pressure, academic and cultural issues, relationships and finance. G.O.S.S.I.P. will be based on an interactive approach geared to interaction and active participation in role plays, exercises, real-life situations, discussions, sharing personal experiences about themselves and other related topics open-mindedly. We offer suggestions of ways to improve their situation and/or put together a small group activity at a later date that will help ease their situation. We compose our sessions based on the needs of the group and statistics that are extremely high in the demographic areas. We plan to have monthly sessions that will enable 4 Bidden to bring in professionals and research our topic to ensure that we are providing accurate information. We currently utilize our local library conference room, community centers and members homes for monthly sessions. Recently, G.O.S.S.I.P was introduced to a small audience with emphasizes on structure and feedback before launching. The topic of discussion was entitled Relationships: the good, the bad and the ugly. During the session we began with an ice breaker to get everyone acquainted. We then gave a short overview of 4 Bidden and then begin sharing our experiences with one another. Listening to all the relationship issues made it less difficult to find our next topics due to the cycle that was starting to form. We had 100 percent participation from the 13 that were in attendance and what we noticed was the lack of father -daughter relationships. We are now in the process of researching the topic and plan to have a panel of fathers to receive the information that was produce from this session. We are going to allow them to hear from real life situations how their absence affects the emotional state of woman. By tackling these social issues head on we plan to achieve our mission to change the mindset of future generation one woman at a time. A few sessions can successfully change the future actions, thoughts and decisions of any of the woman during any of our sessions. Mentoring or other activities then we will be counted as a successful non profit organization and will fulfill the purpose of obtaining our 501c 3 status. 4 Bidden objectives is to provide a secure non-judgmental mentoring program to ensure that young teens are given a special relationship built on trust, encouragement, and targeted development. 4 Bidden will provide guidance and opportunities for learning and professional growth to one another. The primary goal of the relationship is the professional growth and development especially with regard to future management and leadership of 4 Bidden. Through the mentoring relationship, the mentor has the opportunity to coach, guide and share experiences and knowledge which will contribute to the mentee's growth. Mentoring opportunities will vary according to the needs and interests of the mentee and the organization. 4 Bidden future goals is to bring G.O.S.S.I.P. to local area school districts, recreational centers and faith-based communities. We will also like to have our own center to run afternoon programs for teen girls and partner with local centers in the DC metro who need a change in their current programs. Overview of Mentoring Program Mentees and Mentors meet biweekly for 1.5 to 2 hours for 12 months (if needed) Mentees and Mentors meet monthly for G.O.S.S.I.P. session. Mentees and Mentors complete monthly feedback and progress reports on-line. Mentees and Mentors provide on-line evaluation upon completing of the mentoring program. Mentoring Process Step 1: Setting the Stage Step 2: Reviewing Needs Step 3: Setting the Ambition Step 4: Creating a Development Plan` Step 5: Assessing Progress Step 6: Maintaining Eligibility Requirements Youth ages 13 to adult (teen girls) Fees: No fees for services.

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