YDBR Will Be At The “Support Our Youth Concert” In Philly

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We are proud to announce a fundraising opportunity for all organizations supporting our youth.

The Southwest Multiplex Community Plaza, Inc. (SWMCP), The International Institute for Advanced Instruction (TIIAI), Baby Boy Music Group, LLC, Yesha Fellowship and Darrell Robinson are having a “Support Our Youth Concert” on Saturday, April 13, 2013.  The coordinator, Darrell Robinson is a world-renowned musician and producer.  He is committed to providing our youth with opportunities to produce, perform and showcase their talents.

The concert’s purpose is to connect over 30+ community youth organizations to a viable fundraising initiative. The funding supports afterschool programs, drill teams, summer youth employment, tutoring, gardening, recycling, sports, and health and nutritional workshops. Every participating organization will directly receive financial benefits from the concert. The collaboration between all of the organizations is the outcome of the activism created during the Philadelphia School District proposed closing of 37 schools. We are channeling the energy and enthusiasm to inspire our youth to seek greater understanding of their role in the larger society.

Date:  Saturday, April 13, 2013
Location:  Yesha Fellowship Concert Hall, 2301 Snyder Ave
Time:  Doors Open 11am – Concert 2pm
A flyer is attached- Vendors welcome  
Donation: $20

Tickets are available. Each participating organization receives a block of tickets and receives 25% of  the donations they submit and a space to disseminate information on their organization at the concert.

Please contact:  Dr. Simmons – csimmons20@yahoo.com – 610.284.6246 or M. Holland, 215.688.8902 if your organization wants to participate.

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