THE DOLL HOUSE CORPORATION
Doing our best...Opening
our mind...Living our life...while Loving ourselves
THE DOLL HOUSE CORPORATION (DHC) is a non-profit 501(c)3 program aimed at building and maintaining self-esteem in girls ages 8-18 through dolls and the arts. We believe
girls always love and care for their dolls so we aim to channel that love into a mirror of themselves to enhance their inner beauty.
DHC is motivated by the belief that growing up in the city can be challenging and full of
negative obstacles and may lead girls down the wrong paths. Girls should love themselves and others no matter what they look like, who they are and where they come from. Our understanding is, through positive tools they can gain the right knowledge and have
a sense of pride about themselves and love the world. We promote early career goals, literacy, community engagement and all-around awareness of ones self. The program teaches the girls to carry themselves with grace, dignity and respect in their communities.
The curriculum is centered around different themes that include: Career days, Doll play, Vision Boards, Role Play, Poetry, Painting, Positive Image Campaigns, Photo shoots in the community, Self-care and Spa Days. We will help them trust their own being
to be life affirming and their self-esteem will be enhanced. They will be responsible, trustworthy members of the community, because they have developed skills to build a brighter future, and perceive themselves as beautiful on the inside and out! We welcome
girls of all ages, race, colors, and religions.
We encourage the girls to stay on their chosen career path and will follow them until they are enrolled in college.
Ms. Janice Johnson
Founder & CEO
Royal Black Doll of Boston