Heroes of Memphis Weekend Celebration

Heroes of Memphis Weekend Celebration

Heal the Hood Foundation of Memphis and partners are teaming up for the Heroes of Memphis Weekend will feature a Basketball Life Camp, Parade of Heroes and special Charity Basketball Game featuring players from the reigns of Coach Jerry Johnson. Schedule: The Living the Dream Celebrity Life Camp Friday, June 3, 2016 Time: 9am – 2pm The Parade of Heroes Saturday, June 4, 2016 Time: 12am – 2pm All Star Celebrity Charity Game Saturday, June 4, 2016 Time: 3pm -5pm The Living the Dream Life Camp serves in the form a huge Life Coaching session for youth 7 – 16 (girls and boys). We use The Game of Basketball as the chalkboard of common ground to write out the plays of life to help our youth evolve. The LTD Life Camp will serve over 400 youth with food, t-shirts, life skills instructors and coaches throughout the city of Memphis. The Camp would be day one of the huge All Star Weekend. The All Star Parade of Heroes would kick off Day 2 of The All Star Weekend. Various High School Marching Bands would march and play beginning a mile away from the venue and ending there to celebrate. These youth would celebrate life, and progression in the city of Memphis as we move close to the All Star Celebrity Charity Game. The All Star Celebrity Charity Game will focus on the audience posting pictures from the game and videos that challenge the nation to #beresponsible on social media and in life. The proceeds will go towards youth programming inside of the Hero Empowerment Center and Youth Projects that will be done through the summer that include neighborhood peace sessions and youth forums. The Game will be electrified by national recording artists that will perform during halftime. We are planning to reach over 6,000 people with this event. The Life Camp, the Parade of Heroes and The All Star Game should bring a huge amount of positive synergy in the city as we work towards producing a highly media saturated event that will brings families of all backgrounds and races...

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Taste Around the World Benefit Dinner

Taste Around the World Benefit Dinner

Chef Gary Williams, owner of DeJavu Restaurant is hosting Chef’s Extraordinaire “Taste Around the World” Benefit Dinner & Silent Auction for Heal the Hood Foundation of Memphis (HTH). This dinner will take place at the Salvation Army Kroc Center Saturday, November 19th from 3:00 – 7:00pm. The benefit dinner ticket price is $50 per person or $500 per table for businesses and organizations. Chef Gary’s purpose of this benefit dinner is to raise funds for Heal the Hood Foundation efforts to engage our youth in developing positive social behaviors and to become effective leaders. HTH is a 501(c) 3 tax-exempt, non-profit organization that implements and find creative methods to provide educational, cultural, and social economic and community change in the city of Memphis and surrounding areas that are heavily populated by youth crime, violence and other social deviant patterns of behaviors through multi-media science. We are known for hosting anti-violence events that features national and local celebrities, coming together to unify Memphis crossing all racial and geographical boundaries. The successes of these events are credited largely to our sponsors who lend their names and financial support.  Sponsors benefit from extended exposure through media campaigns and promotional efforts directed toward the supporters of Heal the Hood Foundation. We believe in the power of one. Understanding the value of relationships, we are asking that you join with us in efforts that will set the stage for how Memphians will unify in the months to come by attending this grand event. We are counting on your support, and will be happy to answer any questions you have. I hope you will support us. Please review the Heal the Hood Sponsorship Packet and benefits associated with each of them. Be a part of the Taste Around the World this year with your auction item, sponsorship, or advertising!...

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