Harlem World Magazine sends a shout out to Harlem Cares as they celebrate their 5th Anniversary. For the last 5 years Harlem Cares has continued their mission of mentoring “undersourced” youth in Harlem.
We partnered with Rochelle Hill the founding Chair with Harlem Cares to do a November 2012 Evening of Grace and Thanksgiving event with Susan Taylor, Malik Yoba and others at the National Black Theater on 125th Street and 5th Avenue.
You’re invited to their Benefit:
- Hosted by Diane King Hall, NY1 Business Anchor/Reporter
- An up close conversation with Diane King Hall & Susan L. Taylor, CEO & Founder, National CARES Mentoring Movement
- New! Featuring SOMI OKeh Records/Sony Music Masterworks Recording Artist
- DJ Stormin’ Norman, Founder, Sundae Sermon
The event is Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at 6:00 PM at The new Harlem Garage, 318 West 118th Street (Between Frederick Douglass Boulevard and Morningside Avenue).
Get your tickets here.
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