Our mission

Rhonda is committed to making a difference in our community. This organization has provided numerous scholarships for girls to attend college. The annual Women of Excellence awards is an event that honors women in the community for achievements in their fields and community service work. Our motto is: United we stand united we make a difference"

We want to continue to empower women in the community to help make a difference by joining together in sisterhood to not only uplift each other but those around us. United we stand, United we make a difference.

The best is yet to come!

  • Feature story in Arkansas Democrat Gazette "Women Power"
  • Nominated as Best Non Profit organization 2014 Annual Neighborhood Awards
  • Feature cover story for Miss Lady Magazine- Fall 2013
  • 2014 Dare to Care Award for Advocacy- Greater Shiloh MBC
  • STAND Foundation Outstanding community leader- Feb 2014
  • Vanguard Leadership Award- October 2012
  • Outstanding service award- Dec 2014 "In the Spirit" honoree
  • Paying it Forward Honoree from Sisters Living with Alopecia- April 2015
  • Featured in Arkansas Times October 2015 -Trailblazer Recognition as one of the Top 40 Women Entrepreneurs
  • Numerous community service hours and mentor opportunities 
  • 2017 Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit
  • Empower, Envision, Encourage Vision Board conference- October 2017
  • Women's day program host & Keynote speaker

 

Rhonda Aaron is the CEO and Founder of Sister Friends United Inc. with a vision to make a difference in the community. She embarked on a journey to bring life to Sister Friends United from vision to execution. 

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Serving our community since 2007

Sister Friends United Inc.