The Lil Lizzie Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization, is dedicated to giving back and to bringing high-impact awareness to communities in need. The Lil Lizzie Foundation is located in Irving, Texas. This organization primarily operates in the Civic and Social Associations business / industry within the Membership Organizations sector.
T'Juanna Winters is the founder of Lil Lizzie Foundation, and is best known for her community service work with 'Lil Lizzie Foundation.' In her community, she recognized as "a giving guru extraordinaire. Lil Lizzie Foundation serves the community by way of helping individuals, families, women, infant, children, schools, and the homeless, throughout the Texas region.
"T'Juanna was born in a middle class family in East St. Louis, Ill. to a teenage single mother and later raised in an inner-city Oceanside, California neighborhood. At the age of six she moved to Dallas Texas and began her education in the Dallas Public Schools. She graduated from Kimball High School and later attended Dillard University in New Orleans, La. She landed a job as a Nightclub Manager, and even though she earned a great salary, she felt the need to do more for people who are less fortunate. She desired to help others.
Credited with creating a more intimate relationship with the people who she helps she has popularized and revolutionized the charitable scale through which, according to Global One Magazine, she entered the mainstream.
By the 2018, she had reinvented her company, Lil Lizzie Foundation with a focus on giving back to all communities, no matter the lifestyle, race, creed or color.
The Lil Lizzie Foundation sponsors an annual "Back to School Bash." The foundation gives away 2,500 FREE backpacks to community children to help them prepare for the upcoming school year! PLUS free haircuts for the boys and girls! Other exciting events include face painting, bounce houses, free snow cones, and free food! The Lil Lizzie Foundation gives away 5,000 turkeys plus all the sides for Thanksgiving and gives away bicycles to youth for Christmas.