What Drives Us
Beautiful Beauties of Tomorrow (BBOT) is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering girls ages of 5-19 to reach their full potential by discovering their true beauty, building their self-confidence and cultivating the greatness they find within to help transform the world around them.
BBOT offers mentoring, educational workshops, community service projects, as well as age-appropriate enrichment activities to help girls transition through various phases of adolescent life in preparation to become the next generation of beautiful, strong, successful queens of the future.
Fun/Educational Field Trips
Annual Mother-Daughter Breakfast
Annual Purity Ball
And Many More...
Juvenile Justice System
Parent Support Groups
Community Services Assistance
Members Skill Training
Members Skill Training
Preparation for Transition Into Adulthood
True Love Waits Purity Ball
Designed for girls in grades 7–12 and their fathers/mentors., this annual event promotes sexual abstinence until marriage. Girls attend a mandatory purity workshop before the event, and fathers/mentors who attend make a promise to protect their young daughters’ “purity of mind, body and soul.”
Be*YOU*tiful (Prom Dress Giveaway)
Be*YOU*tiful is designed to help drive donations for prom dresses, special occasion wear and accessories to help make it possible for local high school girls to enjoy their prom. Girls enjoy a fun-filled day of pampering and educational workshops before their prom.
This is an annual event that brings together girls and their mothers/mentors for food, summer fashion and fellowship to celebrate this very special bond.
Students Working Against Tobacco ("SWAT")
SWAT is Florida’s statewide youth organization working to mobilize, educate and equip Florida youth to revolt against and de-glamorize Big Tobacco. SWAT is a united movement of empowered youth working towards a tobacco free future. For more information go to www.swatflorida.com.
My name is Vanessa Cesar. I am 20 years old and a BBOT Alumni. Being in BBOT has changed my life completely! The best part was being apart of a loving sisterhood led by the most amazing women. I was apart of BBOT from the year of 2011 in middle school. At the time of being introduced to the group, I was such a timid young lady who didn’t know much and almost got lost in this world. Meeting Jackie and Jadinah was the best thing in my life, I want to thank these ladies so much! Without them I don’t know where or who I be. I’ve learned to LOVE myself, love others and most importantly become a queen. On my down days, one thing I remember to keep me on my feet is what I was taught from this wonderful sister hood.. If you want to be a queen. You must walk like one, talk like one and ACT like one! Trust me you will be respected as one. Period!Vanessa Cesar
BBOT really impacted me in many ways. BBOT taught me resilience and perseverance as I watched two people I view as mentors create something meaningful to help me become the woman I am today. BBOT allowed me to connect more with myself, others, and my values. As a part of the original cohort BBOT has a special place in my heart. It taught me to be proud of my purity and to be confident in my queendom. I truly love BBOT, what it represents, and what it’s doing to transform girls lives.Cynthia Belfleur
My name is Danack Charles. I was introduced to Beautiful Beauties back high school by my lovely friend Jessica. I am truly thankful and blessed that I had great friends who wanted me to be apart of something as great as this. As a senior in college, I look back and realize how much Beautiful Beauties of Tomorrow has truly shaped me into the women I am today through it’s continuous motivational words and encouragements, remarkable events, and the actions of the mentors in this organization. The environment of BBOT proved to me that there are phenomenal women out there who want to see young girls be successful. The people were literally praying for our faith, education, and current and future success. I loved how there were different women who would speak to us about what it means to love yourself, continuously grow, and keep God first no matter what. One of the greatest events I had a chance to be apart of was the Purity Ball in 2015, my senior year in high school. I’m thankful that today I can say I am still waiting until marriage and I faithfully wear my purity ring every single day. This is just a little testimony of what this organization has done for me, I can go on and on about how amazing BBOT is and how this organization helped me internally as well as externally. I will forever be thankful for Beautiful Beauties of Tomorrow.Danack Charles
Bob Proctor once said “A mentor is someone who sees more talent and ability within you, than you see in yourself, and helps bring it out of you.” Since a child, to me, Jackie has been one of the ideal examples of what a woman should be. Jackie embodies what it means to be a strong and courageous black Haitian woman of God, and a powerful one at that. Entering The Beautiful Beauties of Tomorrow Mentoring, Inc Mentoring Program, helped me discover who I am and who I wanted to me. The organization gave me the tools that helped me develop into a better person. The program helped me grow, just like the rose that grew from concrete. I honestly wouldn’t be half of the young lady I am today if it wasn’t for BBOT.Jessica Prosper