In celebration of 150 years of working in our community, First Baptist Church, Lauderdale, will install a commemorative neighborhood mural that will teach about the rich history of our south Memphis neighborhood.
Building a business to benefit women who are survivors of prostitution and trafficking. Through products such as herbal teas & honey sticks for example, we will be servin' up justice one cup at a time.
The McLemore Rembert Block Club will be organized to promote unity among neighbors, improve the quality of life in the neighborhood, foster revitalization and improve the community’s economic viability.
The iron fence that runs along the south side of Alabama will be woven with bright fabrics to turn the fence into a tapestry. The tapestry sections of fence will be interspersed with sections of sunflowers.
We provide bicycle helmets to youngsters who need them. At our bicycle safety rodeos we help kids ride more safely. The events are set up to be fun and challenging. Each participant receives a custom-fitted helmet
Students of RedZone Ministries in Orange Mound will collaborate with Erin Williams to create a mural on the side of their building, showcasing the dreams and aspirations they have for themselves and the city of Memphis.
We are raising funds for our field trips to Henning, Nashville and Knoxville, where we will visit West TN State Prison (Henning, TN), the TN Supreme Court, TBI Lab, the State Capitol, and the Body Farm (Knoxville, TN).
We will be playing host to some of the best Breakdancers(Bboys) in the country for a night of Dance at the Brooks Museum. Earlier in the day we will be providing free instruction for anyone interested in learning.
Turning Green Curriculum Into Viable Businesses by incorporating current local market data into business, financial and operational planning, adding value to knowledge to make funding possible and success more probable.