My Sister's House For Girls


Mentoring, Enriching & Empowering is our Main Goal

As a teenage girl learning to be independent and successful is complicated enough without having to deal with society’s consistent challenges. The MSHFG program is a unique method of mentoring that assists mentee’s in developing a symbolic relationship during difficult stages throughout their life.

Our program realizes that most of our young ladies are missing essential skills that lead to poor decision making. As we focus on improving academic and social competence, it is important for our young girls to receive assistance from women who have paved the way.

Our program empowers girls to tap into their hidden potential and expand their vision of limitless opportunities.

Our Mission

My Sister’s House for Girls’ mission is to mentor adolescent girls in reaching their full potential in academic excellence and social competence through effective placements, evidence-based programming, and empowerment products.

Our Vision

My Sister’s House for Girls’ vision seeks to equip adolescent girls in becoming successful by ensuring their basic needs are met to promote their holistic well-being.

Our Goals

Meet our Team

LaDonna Knabbs

Message from the Founder

I am thankful to the mentors who went above and beyond the traditional methods of mentoring. Their unique methods helped me to become uncomfortable with what is comfortable. To strive for excellence in each day and “to not go where the path may lead, but to go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” That’s the trail that leads to an amazing journey for mentors and mentees to share for a season, reason, or a lifetime.

Board of Directors

Robin Green
Board of Directors
Renetta Smith
Board of Directors
Deb Hill
Board of Directors
Sharese Wilburn
Board of Directors
Aleshia Miller
Board of Directors


Alison Day
Dr. Brenda Holsey
Jelise Roberts