About Us

Sisters Supporting Sisters is now doing business as Indelible Impact

Over the last 15 years, Sisters Supporting Sisters, by its very name, has inspired women from all walks of life to support other women. This has been very special. We are equally excited about our new Indelible Impact program that increases awareness of the challenges faced by women, at-risk youth, and the disabled!

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Sisters Supporting Sisters (S3) was founded by Meme Kelly, a former teacher, mother of a 27 year old autistic young man, who wanted to reach out to and support the mothers and families of her neediest students. Meme tells the story of how she herself suffered a bout of depression when coming to grips with the difficulties of raising a child with a disability. After coming through this difficult period, she opened her heart to others who needed support, especially women, at-risk youth, and the disabled. The first S3 seminar was held in 1998 at the Community Room in the Crenshaw Mall, Los Angeles, California. A renowned psychologist was the key note speaker and ways to cope with stress were discussed. Thereafter clothes and book drives were done and donations made to families in South Central Los Angeles. Please visit the program page for current programs.

Indelible Impact
Our Mission:  Indelible Impact New Mission Statement:

Increase awareness of the challenges faced by the Un-Heard Voices of women, at-risk youth, and the disabled and collaborate with other non-profits and agencies to make an Indelible Impact in their lives.

Our Board:

Meme Kelly: Founder and President

Sharon Hollie: Retired sales Executive at the Coca Cola company who is now an Executive Minister at St. Matthews Baptist Church, Livermore, California.  Pastor Hollie is also an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and a chaplain for the Bay Area Alumni chapter.  She serves as an Advisor to Sisters Supporting Sisters’ Indelible Impact program

R. Earl Kelly, Jr.,: Consumer and program consultant.

Mia Redd, an Executive Manager for Toyota Corporation for over 15 years.

Angela Tate: Attended UCLA, Community Activist for at-risk youth, gay & lesbian community, and disabled young adults. Advisor

Email indelibleimpact@gmail.com for further information, to volunteer, and/or donate. All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law and our tax I.D will provided.