Megan Thee Stallion is so hot in music right now that we sometimes forget this girl is still working on her college degree herself. She knows all too well the struggle of being in school, particularly during this coronavirus pandemic. So the rapper is giving back to female students of color with a special scholarship that is sure to help them in their academic pursuits!Continue reading “Megan Thee Stallion Launches “Thee Don’t Stop Scholarship” for Women of Color”
Eleven-Year-Old Donates Over 22,000 Diapers To Single Moms From Lemonade Stand Money
Since the coronavirus hit, there has been a shortage of different items across the country. When a young boy from Hampton, Virginia, noticed that diapers were on that list, at least in his area, he was determined to help.
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10-Year-Old Creates Art Kits For Over 1,500 Kids In Foster Care and Homeless Shelters During Quarantine
This 10-year-old girl has turned a traumatic experience into a major triumph by bringing art to over 1,500 kids currently in foster care and homeless shelters during the COVID-19 quarantine.
Chelsea Phaire, who resides in Danbury, CT, started her own nonprofit organization, Chelsea’s Charity, with her parents back in August 2019 which supplies art kits to at-risk children. Since the charity’s inception, she has donated hundreds of art kits to homeless shelters, women’s shelters, and schools impacted by gun violence in 12 US states. Continue reading “10-Year-Old Creates Art Kits For Over 1,500 Kids In Foster Care and Homeless Shelters During Quarantine”
Maryland Teens Created Plan to Pick Up Groceries for Seniors During Coronavirus Pandemic
The good thing about the madness behind COVID-19 is that it’s giving people an opportunity to get creative and to also show kindness to others. That case is true for these two teens in Maryland!
Matthew Casertano and Dhruv Pai, sophomores at Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, Maryland, have developed a service project during their time away from school to help the elderly. Their newfound organization, Teens Helping Seniors, allows volunteers to go on grocery runs or other errands for seniors who are unable to do it themselves right now. Many are aware that the pandemic is seemingly more harmful to the elderly, so it’s been advised that they stay inside. Continue reading “Maryland Teens Created Plan to Pick Up Groceries for Seniors During Coronavirus Pandemic”
Tyler Perry Will Assist Displaced LGBTQ Youth, Homeless Women and More At His New Atlanta Studio
Tyler Perry has made history by becoming the first African-American to open his own movie studio. The grand opening of Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta brought out A-list celebrities and entertainment executives from all over, as has been seen in various articles and social media posts. However, what’s even more impressive is the work that he has planned to help others with the new property.
In an interview with Gayle King on CBS This Morning, Tyler revealed that he has big plans to help those in need in ATL through a new compound he plans to build on the studio grounds.”You know, the studio’s gonna be what it is,” he said. “I’ll tell you what I’m most excited about next is pulling this next phase off, is building a compound for trafficked women, girls, homeless women, LGBTQ youth who are put out and displaced… somewhere on these 330 acres, where they’re trained in the business and they become self-sufficient.”
His goal with the compound is to create a welcoming community where these people will live in nice apartments with daycare and other amenities to help them re-enter society. It’s an incredible vision and shows Tyler’s good heart and love of community. He has always been charitable and thinking of other people, creating jobs and opportunities for others, specifically for people of color. I can’t wait to see this dream become reality!
Watch Tyler talk about his plans below.