The motto is “Empower One, Inspire Many!” Empowering young adults to inspire future generations is the mission of Spark of Life, an empowerment organization for youth in the Richmond area. Founded by Tabatha M. W. Spurlock in 2008, Spark of Life’s mission is to empower and support youth, families and communities with programs and events [...]
By: J. Chevont’e Alexander
Members of the HomeAgain staff Left to right: Caitlin Newswanger, Case manager Men’s Emergency Shelter – Terri Cesar, Case manager Espigh Family shelter – Karen Roane, Case Manager INRICH family transitional shelter and Permanent supportive housing – Darryl Goldsmith, Case Manager Veterans Transitional Shelter. Katie Chlan, Executive Director for HomeAgain
Believe it or [...]
Youth Ministry Entertainment was launched in 2009 after Minister V received a vision to help change the Richmond community and make an impact on the lives of the inner city youth. Even though Minister V was battling personal distractions of his own, including a job layoff and an abusive wife, he took this sign to start Y-ME as a wake up call and an opportunity to change his life, and a chance to make a difference in the lives of Richmond youth.
5th Annual Move Ya Feet
Culture4MyKids, INC. (C4MK) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing a cultural, historical, academic and artistic outlet for youth of all ages. C4MK is the gift of tradition, family, cultural arts, education, mentoring, self-awareness, and community connections wrapped up into approximately fifteen diverse programs for children and families. The mission is [...]
“Higher Achievement is like a rollercoaster. Listening to the presentation of what Higher Achievement can offer is like standing in line, waiting for the chance to do something exciting. When you first buckle yourself in, the goals and expectations pull you up, up and away. You race full speed ahead, holding on to your friends and mentors tightly to make sure they keep you on track.