History of the SHE Foundation, Inc.
The Swing Phi Swing Foundation, Inc. received its 501(c) (3) on June 25, 2004. The foundation had an official name change to the SHE Foundation, Inc. (Supporting Health & Education Initiatives) and received it Certificate of Amendment on the 20th day of August, 2010. As the philanthropic arm of Swing Phi Swing Social fellowship, Inc. ®, we have awarded scholarships to graduating senior girls from chapters and cities around the United States and supported chapters and communities with financial assistance for health and education initiatives.
The Foundation was incorporated in the District of Columbia and selected a registered agent to oversee all funds. The non-profit is dedicated to community service, academic excellence,
scholarship assistance and healthy consciousness among women. The foundation is designed to distribute scholarship funds and other charitable donations, including funding to health and
education-related organizations that qualify as exempt under Section 501(c) (3) of the United
States Internal Revenue Code.
The components under the Foundation’s Articles of Incorporation are: To support academic excellence through disbursement of Scholarship funds to high school and/or college students to be used at an accredited college or university; Health: to support and address issues affecting women’s health through community service, education and donations; To be actively engaged by performing community service and donating financial support for Education to elementary, middle and high school students and/or schools.
The Foundation has supported many causes effecting women, children and families under our Health Initiative since 2010. We financially support organizations such as, American Diabetes Association, Memphis Family Shelter for Homeless Mothers and Children, Domestic Violence Against Women, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, Flint Water Crisis, the Alzheimer’s Walk for a Cure and Chapters of Swing Phi Swing Social fellowship, Inc. ® involved with community service in the areas of scholarship, health and education.