This will be a drive thru “grab and go” fall event that will welcome walk-ups as well from 1pm to 3pm located at the Renaissance Shops Center on 2525 Phillips Avenue (in the same parking lot as the Mc Girt-Horton Library Branch Library near Claremont Courts Housing). This is a FREE community event while supplies and food last. I will be giving away 400 dinners sponsored by Bojangles, free books from Back Pack Beginnings from ages 2 through 17, free buss passes, 300 filled candy bags, free brand new jeans, free draw string school bags (since kids will be heading back to school), free COVID-19 testing by Moses Cone Health (while supplies last) and live music entertainment.
This event offers a safe alternative in light of the current pandemic that allows children in the community to embrace the spirit of fall fun without the tethers of additional exposure to COVID-19.
We need your support to make this important event as successful as possible. Your financial contributions and donations of school supplies and other goods will create opportunities in the lives of the youth we serve, sowing seeds of confidence, motivation and ambition in their lives. We are grateful for our event sponsors who have made an early commitment: Sprint, Greensboro Coliseum Complex, Staples, Walmart, Flow Buick/GMC/Land Rover, Heads Up Barber and Beauty, Greensboro Swarm, Greensboro Police Department, Starbury Corporation and Coalition DJs.
To submit donations for the event, please complete the enclosed form, or submit them securely online at www.headsupforouryouth.com/support.
For questions or donation inquiries, contact Dr.Dwayne Shaw or Rick Morton, Program Director of HUFOY at 336-340-2171 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To register youth for the event go to https://headsupforouryouth.com/register/
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We provide them with tools to help them understand the many moving parts of the World’s Largest Economy. We do this in a fun educational manner that youth between ages 8-16 can understand. According to CNBC, the first large-scale international study on financial literacy among 15-year-olds, appears, to be grim at best. Among the 18 countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s assessment, the U.S. ranked at best eighth and at worst 12th, based on the range of scores from its 1,133 students tested. Globally, more than 29,000 students took the test.
Moreover, there is an ever-increasing and widening Wealth Gap in the United States. This information also needs to be addressed by working directly within these underserved communities and providing not only the Youth with a grander understanding. But their parents need to also understand how they can use tools such Life Insurance with Cash Value, 401K and IRA’s and 529 College Plans to help build Wealth and secure a brighter future for themselves and the children who they love. We have placed a Board Member and proven Leader at the helm of this mission, Mr. Kenneth J Harper, of Harpco Benefits’ Alliance. Harper has 12 years of service working in the Financial Services Industry. His experience working in underserved communities around the country drives his passion to preach the message of Financial Literacy. He is licensed in 8 states and plays a very important role in the further development of the program.
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Heads Up For Our Youth partner with the barbers of Heads Up Barber and Beauty to mentor young students in the Guilford County School System.
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