PROSPERITY122 is a non-profit organization, based in the Raleigh-Durham North Carolina area, dedicated to providing edification, education, and empowerment for women of all ages.

We endeavor to help women recover (find), reclaim (take back), and remain (keep) in their inherent authority and identity in Christ Jesus, utilizing digital platforms and community outreach efforts to do so.

We will have two virtual programs available on digital platforms:

“Becoming: Navigating the Path to Womanhood” provides educational presentations for young women ages 13-25, addressing topics such as career & college choices, financial literacy, mental health, and sexual abuse advocacy.

“Words of Wisdom for Women” provides informative structured interviews and uplifting conversations geared towards women ages 26 and older, addressing topics such as women in Corporate America, entrepreneurship, ministry, and women’s health.

Our community outreach efforts include, providing goods for women in need, and in-person empowerment workshops, covering similar topics as our virtual programs.

Foundational Scripture: Psalms 122:6-9


Proceeds will fund our annual “Pack-the-Purse” Christmas Give-away and Resource Expo. We will be providing over 50 Brand-Name & Brand-New purses and wallets to young women and men in foster care, group homes, economically disadvantaged households and throughout the community. This year we are partnering with local non-profit, The Hope Center at Pullen to carry out this endeavor.

Donations can also be made via CashApp: $Prosperity122
or mailed to P.O. Box 51033 Durham, NC 27717


Latoya Neal is a proud native of Tulsa, Oklahoma, where she was born and raised in a Christian home by her parents. She graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Arts & Science Degree, majoring in Biological Science. She has over 20 years of ministry experience, which includes various roles in administrations, intercessory prayer, youth and young adult ministry, women’s ministry, church establishment, and the pastorate.

Latoya is passionate about aiding women, particularly those younger, in their pursuit of personal and spiritual growth.

Her life’s motto stems from the encouraging direction of her mother, “Latoya, you have to be an example for the younger. They are looking up to you.”

Foundational Scripture: II Corinthians 12:9