Programs and Projects
Top Teens of America
Transforming our children lives to strengthen their resolve in becoming more productive citizens through positive Cultural, Educational and Leadership experiences. ExCEL Program – Excellence through Culture, Education and Leadership. Building the next generation of Leaders with emphasis on the 3 pillars: Culture, Education, and Leadership utilizing M.O.M.E.N.T.U.M as its’ foundation. Focus on adolescent suicide prevention, domestic violence, human trafficking, mental health/depression, stress disorders, In-Roads, NAACP-ACT-SO Program, UNCF MIT College Tours, Black Girls Rock, Black Girls Magic, Me & My Mentor, Dorothy Allen Chimney Black History Bowl, Vivien Coe Richard TTA Leadership Academy, St. Jude, March of Dimes Healthy Choices Conference, March for Babies, Mentoring Walks.
Status of Women
Transforming Lives to strengthen our families and communities to promote healthier lives and to alleviate problems concerning our women in a forever changing world with a focus of promoting women overall wellness to include suicide prevention, domestic violence, human trafficking, mental health/depression, stress disorders, Alzheimer’s, heart/stroke, breast cancer, and lupus disease.
Transforming Lives to assist our senior citizens in living a more wholesome life and to aid in their optimal living by increasing their focus on Computer based training, Alzheimer’s, heart/stroke disease, mental health/ depression/ stress disorders, and promoting Eye Care- Cataract/Glaucoma disease awareness.
Transforming Lives to make the world a more cleaner, beautiful and eco-friendly economy which will improve the environmental living conditions of citizens through “Keeping America Beautiful”.
Transforming Lives and building stronger families and communities as we strengthen our mission and brand through community engagement, and partnerships.
March for Babies
Focuses on fulfilling the requirements of the March of Dimes – March for Babies Walk and the TLOD Partnership.
Focuses on ensuring the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination. “NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE!”
Focuses on issues affecting African American women and their families to improve the quality of their lives, their families and their communities.
Sickle Cell Disease Awareness
Focuses on increasing the awareness of the impact of sickle cell disease and the importance of increasing financial support to find a cure while improving the quality of health and services for individuals and families affected by sickle cell disease.
Focuses on reading, writing, comprehension and expression of ideas while creating and providing a setting that encourages and supports speaking, listening, reading and writing.
Focuses on providing support for minority education as an investment in better futures for African American students. “A mind is a terrible thing to waste, but a wonderful thing to invest in.”
And, much much more....
Focuses on other key initiatives that impact our community such as Alzheimer's disease awareness, St. Jude disease awareness