This is from the official fundraising site for the African American Day Parade, Inc. (AADP). The African American Day Parade (AADP) is a non-profit 501c3 and depends on donations and the support of sponsors that share our values to ensure this historic cultural event continues to thrive and be of service to the African American community.
Recognized as the largest African American parade in the country, AADP showcases the richness of our heritage, culture and community in the legendary Harlem, NY. For over four decades AADP has served as a source of pride, excitement and entertainment for participants and spectators from around the country. This year is our 50th Anniversary.
It is our hope to continuously provide positive and motivating environments that inspire African Americans to visualize greatness, emulate positivity and achieve higher goals, in the areas of business, education, health, culture, and government. The goal of the African American Day Parade, Inc. is to be able to run a successful parade for another 50 years and beyond. With the help of your donation we will be able to further continue our scholarship fund, as well as start an educational component with materials about the history of African Americans here and in Africa, host events dedicated to helping and supporting the community, and all AADP future endeavors. AADP connects with and highlights individuals, businesses and organizations that support our mission and celebrate African American Culture, Heritage, and Legacy. This is so the great contributions of our ancestors will continue to be acknowledged and live on through our descendants.
The theme this year is ‘Integrity and Transparency = Good Government’. Not only do we appreciate your help and support, we also hope to see you at our 50th Annual African American Day Parade. Please see the parade details below.
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Sunday September 15, 2019 from 1 PM – 6PM
Where: 111th Street – 136th Street, Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. (Harlem, NY)