November’s event will feature The Butterfly Project, which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Their vision is to decrease the number of teen pregnancies, abusive behavior, and high school drop-out rates and to increase the graduation rates of at-risk teen girls while developing model leaders and productive citizens. Their vision is for young women to embrace their God-given purpose and pursue their passions in life. They teach young women to pay it forward, by inspiring, teaching, and giving to those around them. Ultimately, their foundation for their teaching is for young women to become more Christ-like while transforming the world around them and making it a better place. For more information about The Butterfly Project, please visit, www.supportbp.com.