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WhatOrphansWant Benefit Concert

SuperGirl Olivia is using her birthday wish to grant the wishes of youth in Haiti. Her social action project is titled #WhatOrphansWant. On June 15, 2019, she is hosting a benefit concert to raise funds to help students and orphans in Haiti. Below is the summary of student’s wish list. W.O.W Wishlist 1 Bible 23 Bicycles 8 Book Bags 5 Cars 15 Cell phones 8 Outfits including clothing, suits and uniforms 2 Dolls 4 Animals including goats and cows 1…

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Support #WhatOrphansWant

Join SuperGirl Olivia in granting the wishes of children in Haiti. Using the power of song, we are raising funds to help children in Haiti.   About this Event There are more than 32,000 orphaned youth living in Haiti, more than anywhere in North America, do not always get what they wish. Most of these children became orphans after the 2010 earthquake, placed in orphanages by their parents to keep them alive. Others are in orphanages because their family members…

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Annual SuperCamp and SuperGirls Society Scholarship Drive

Join GrassROOTS’ Annual SuperGirls Society Scholarship Drive to support our work of training black girl leaders in New Jersey & Philadelphia. Your generous donations make this work possible. Thank you for investing in the leaders of tomorrow TODAY!   SuperCamp: Summer Intensive Leadership Training Experience For the past 9 years, GrassROOTS Community Foundation has trained 60+ black girls at SuperCamp, the summer intensive leadership training program where our SuperGirls learn the foundation of becoming changemakers.     SuperCamp started with…

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Give Thanks Cocktail Fundraiser

The 2018 GIVE THANKS Cocktail Fundraiser is being held at the Montclair Art Museum. Guests will enjoy the beautiful African drumming sounds of Yahya Kamate and poetry by the GrassROOTS SuperGirls. Following the award presentations, DJ Scotty Nevers will keep us on the dance floor all night.   For the past eight  years, GrassROOTS, through our intensive summer leadership camp and SuperGirls Society, has encouraged and activated girls to become youth leaders and changemakers.   Through their local, national and international meeting…

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Let’s Move It: Philly

Join the GrassROOTS Community Foundation as we come together to raise funds to develop a summer leadership camp for Black girls. This is the same camp that brought us girl changemakers like Marley Dias, Founder of #1000BlackGirlBooks. All proceeds to SuperCamp Philadelphia. For more about the camp click HERE. PARTY FOR A PURPOSE. A healthy girl is a return on your investment.   Music by Cosmo and Lean Wit It. 21+ only Chic dress. Bring a friend and expect some…

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Invest in Black Girls Leadership Training

After years of success in New Jersey and a short pilot in Philadelphia, GrassROOTS Community Foundation is ready to expand our girls leadership training model. We are seeking your support to develop more black girl changemakers.   Support black girl leadership in New Jersey and Philly by donating today!!   SuperCamp: The Leadership Training Experience  For 8 years, we have trained 50+ black girls at SuperCamp, the summer intensive leadership training program where our SuperGirls learn the foundation of becoming changemakers.  …

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Give Thanks For Girls Gala

The purpose of the Give Thanks for Girls Benefit Gala  honors black girls who have demonstrated through their actions in the community high levels of integrity, academic excellence and ingenuity.   Proceeds from the event goes to supporting the GrassROOTS Community Foundation efforts in developing girl changemakers.   This year’s national honorees are: Marsai Martin of ABC’s Black-ish;, Haile Thomas, The Happy Organization and Mikaila Ulmer, Me and The Bees Lemonade.   The 2017 GIVE THANKS for Girls Benefit Gala…

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Give Thanks for Girls Benefit Gala 2017 – Video

The purpose of the Give Thanks for Girls Benefit Gala honors black girls who have demonstrated through their actions in the community high levels of integrity, academic excellence and ingenuity.   Proceeds from the event goes to supporting the GrassROOTS Community Foundation efforts in developing girl changemakers.   This year’s national honorees are: Marsai Martin of ABC’s Black-ish;, Haile Thomas, The Happy Organization and Mikaila Ulmer, Me and The Bees Lemonade.   Click HERE for full details

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Join Our 2017 Turkey Challenge

For the past seven years, GrassROOTS has been providing necessary resources for Newark, the West Ward neighborhood and the over 1,000 families living at Georgia King Village, a housing development in Newark, and home to a significant number of single, black mothers and their children. Almost 30 percent of Newark’s residents live below the US poverty threshold and 1 in 5 residents of Essex County are food insecure. This year we have partnered with the City of Newark and the…

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