Purple Ribbon Minority Women’s Organization was established on December 13, 2020, by CEO and founder Sandra Day, with a vision to support and advocate for women and children, she felt the need to provide support and resources to empower embrace and elevate those affected by Domestic Violence and support Mental Illness initiative. Sandra’s passion for business and community involvement allowed her to see the needs of our communities and the impact to the families. January 2022 Carla Day joined as a partner with the organization and together Purple Ribbon Minority Women’s Organization hit the ground running. Our desire is to make a major impact on the families that we serve in our communities. By providing educational resourses, food clothing and internship opportunities. We beleive that the difference starts with purpose, passion and positivity to empower, embrace and educate our communities together.
Purple Ribbon Minority Women's Organization's focus is to support women and children. Our goal is to positively impact women’s and children’s lives through financial support, education, health, economic independence, and social well-being. Our programs such as "The Village" supporting expecting mothers/families and adoptive families, providing the essential needs and resources for educational development. The Silent Warriors Program is a financial hardship program to support those living with Autoimmune diseases, and The House of Royalty & Love which provides housing for women and children of domestic Violence. Our desire is to make a difference in our community starts with our passion, purpose, and positivity to empower embrace and educate while providing hope to those we encounter on our journey.
SANDRA supported thousands of underprivileged children to get access to education and the opportunity to improve their lives & families.
It is with great pleasure that I introduce Anita Beck Becker as the Chief Executive Officer of the esteemed Purple Ribbon Minority Women's Organization. This organization has been instrumental in changing the lives of countless women from diverse backgrounds, and with the appointment of Ms. Beck Becker as its CEO, I am confident that the organization will continue to grow and lead the way in empowering women. Ms. Beck Becker brings a wealth of experience and an unwavering commitment to supporting women's rights, diversity, and inclusion. Her leadership and vision will be invaluable in the ongoing mission of the organization, to promote social justice, and to provide opportunities for women to achieve their fullest potential. We are privileged to have her as our CEO and are excited about the successes that await us under her guidance.
Chief Operating Officer-Purple Ribbon Minority Women's Organization Carla Day was diagnosed with lupus in January 1988 and has struggled and persevered over the disease for more than thirty plus years. She has dedicated her mission to helping others impacted by life circumstances. Using her story to encourage, empower and give hope allows her to share her passion for helping others. She volunteered and served the Lupus Foundation of America, Indiana Chapter from 2010- 2023. In 2012 she spoke before The House of Representatives, in 2013 she was named the Chapters Volunteer of the Year, in 2014 was inducted into the Volunteer Hall of Fame, in 2016 was honored to be named the national LFA Volunteer of the Year, in 2018 was elected as the LFA, Indiana Chapter Board Chair. January 2022, she had the honor to join as a partner with Purple Ribbon Minority Women's Organization and continue her efforts in making a change in our community. She is married to Willie Day III, she currently serves in the Nurse's Guild at St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church, where she has been a member for more than 30 years. Carla enjoys reading, cooking, traveling, and spending time with her family.
Purple Ribbon Minority Women’s Organization was established December 13, 2020, by CEO and founder Sandra Day, with a vision to support and advocate for women and children, provide support and resources to those affected by Domestic Violence and support Mental Illness initiative. Sandra’s business opportunities and community involvement allowed her to see the needs of our communities and the impact to the families. January 2022 Carla Day joined as a partner with the organization and together Purple Ribbon Minority Women’s Organization hit the ground running. Our desire to make a difference starts with purpose, passion, and positivity
Purple Ribbon Minority Women’s Organization purpose is to advocate for women and children. By providing programs, services and opportunities that will encourage those with the desire to make a change through education, and empowerment programs.
The Purple Ribbon Minority Women's Organization is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of women and children. Through its various programs and initiatives, the organization provides essential resources and support to empower individuals and promote positive change.