Sara Herron, a former Bachelor contestant, felt the timing was right to launch her own nonprofit for girls with disabilities called SheLift; an organization she hopes will change the lives of young girls struggling with self-confidence.  Currently she is the art director and creative producer at 72andSunny and was the first contestant to appear on The Bachelor with a physical disability.

She created SheLift after climbing Half Dome in Yosemite National Park.  SheLift will hold day events, but will focus on larger hiking or skiing adventures to get girls outdoors and help them to find their confidence and self worth by accomplishing something they never thought they could do.   The long term goal is to organize one big outing of adventures every quarter.  Other celebrity mentors involved in SheLift are Amy Purdy, Jen Hudak and Trista Sutter.  Learn more about SheLift in the link below!

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