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The Angelic Ladies Society is a women-led non-profit organization in Kingston, Jamaica. It caters to the development of the most vulnerable girls through capacity building programs, workshops, life skill training sessions, mentorship, empowerment/spiritual talks, charitable deeds, life coaching, and process-oriented group therapy. The organization has existed since January 2009 and emerged as a response to an overwhelming lack of support for girls who sought good moral influence, parental guidance in the absence of a stable family structure, and empowered, intelligent, and successful role models. The organization desires to focus on counteracting the negative messages of society that flood and affect the most vulnerable and high-risk girls by providing them with accessible resources to lead successful, independent, and fulfilled God-fearing lives.

The organization was established out of the heart of Sara-Lou Morgan-Walker, the founder, who, as an educator in the Jamaican secondary school system, for a temporary season, had the experience of being approached constantly by young girls from varied socio-economic spheres who craved love, support, guidance and nurturing. On this premise, The Society was formed, with the sole purpose of providing an avenue that would meet the needs of young ladies across the parishes of Jamaica and, by extension, the Caribbean.

The organization curates capacity building programs that were designed to improve the social abilities, emotional well-being, and mental state of our girls. In the initial years, the organization was able to conduct a two-week summer workshop at the Wortley Girls Children Home under the theme “Becoming Me – Realizing my fullest Potential,” facilitating sessions on Career & Academic Empowerment; Self-Esteem; Personal Hygiene; Health & Fitness; Beauty, Skin & Hair Care; and Dining Etiquette.


The Angelic Ladies Society”, will venture where others refuse to go, equipped with a model of change, radical but transformative at its core, that will be beneficial and strategic in combating the adversities of women and girls across Jamaica.


Creating a world where our women and young ladies have a greater opportunity to lead successful, independent, and fulfilled Godfearing lives.


  • To facilitate the empowerment, rehabilitation, and therapeutic healing of our most vulnerable and high-risk girls in Jamaica.
  • To coordinate training and workshops for the management and supervisory personnel associated with Girls in State Care.
  • To operate an effective post-institutional program for Girls exiting the provision of State Care.
  • To provide and manage a temporary transitional living space for girls and young adult women (not older than 22 years old) who are no longer a part of the state-run facility.
  • To create and maintain a temporary living facility for teenage drop-outs; battered and abused young adult women.
  • To curate and implement advocacy programs and/or policies to protect, provide for, and empower women and/or girls battered and abused or homeless.

Major Achievements

  • The Angelic Ladies “I Can Sprout Wings” Empowerment Breakfast for Girls in State Care – 2019
  • Three consecutive years of hosting Spiritual Enrichment Week (Camp) at the Granville Childcare Facility
  • The establishment of a two and a half year partnership with Stand Up for Jamaica to bring Empowerment through the performing arts at the South Camp Juvenile Remand and Rehabilitation Centre
  • ALS Girls Home Tour – Visited over ten girls’ homes across the island over two years, bringing empowerment workshops and inspirational Speakers and distributing over 1000 care packages filled with personal care items.
  • Two consecutive years of delivery of Christmas Boxes to three girls’ homes (Pringles Girls Home, Summerfield Girls Home, and Yadel Girls Home)
  • ALS, in partnership with Macau Restaurant, donated two full-service computers and ten headphones to Summerfield Girls Home
  • Partnered with the Community Liaison Officer at the British High Commission to coordinate a visit to Mary’s Child Girls Home and St. Andrew Parish Church Girls Home during the Royal Visit for the Commanding Brigadier’s wife under the patronage of the Defence Attaché to the Caribbean wife, Angela Westlake
  • Hosted the first Career Empowerment Workshop at the Women’s Centre Kingston Branch with support from the local supporting artists Cecile Charlton and Nickeishia Barnes.
  • Selected to represent Jamaica on the US Department of State Community Solutions Program Fellowship for Grassroots Leaders – CSP

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