Harlem CARES Mentoring Movement Benefit

photo-3_5-19-09-mentor-training-session_lead-shotCome celebrate with us as Harlem CARES recognize our leading, all-volunteer army and our efforts to provide a mentor to every child in need, in our village of Harlem.

Harlem CARES will also honor the leaders of our partner organizations, who have helped us build capacity to save a generation of Harlem youth since 2009.

  • A note about the National Movement – SUSAN L. TAYLOR, Founder & CEO, National CARES Mentoring Movement
  • A short featured docuseries screening of “Brown Boy Bad(?)” and talk back – SEKOUWRITES, Founder Simplyrides.com and docuseries creator/director/producer
  • Honorees – ARVA RICE, President, New York Urban League and VERONICA HOLLY, Associate Director, Institute for Urban and Minority Education, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Spinning on the 1s and 2s – ANTOINE DEBRILL, Celebrity DJ
  • Call for mentors – ROCHELLE HILL, Founding Chair, Harlem CARES Mentoring Movement

Attire: Business Casual

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Doors Open at 6:00 p.m., Program Begins Promptly at 7 p.m.

$5 Drink Specials and FREE Passed Light Eats 6 – 7 p.m.

Program 7 – 8 p.m.

Harlem Party Time 8 – 10 p.m.

LONDEL’S, 2620 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
8th Avenue Between 139th & 140th Streets
New York, NY 10030

100% OF THE NET PROCEEDS BENEFIT HARLEM CARES MENTOR RECRUITMENT EFFORTS. In compliance with the Internal Revenue Service regulations, Harlem CARES Mentoring Movement is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax deductible. http://www.harlemcares.org/

(l to r) Stephen Powell, executive director, Mentoring USA; Susan L. Taylor, founder, National CARES Mentoring Movement and editor-in-chief emeritus of Essence magazine; Pastor Charles D. Eatman, Sr., Mt. Pleasant Community Church and director and principal, Mt. Pleasant Christian Academy; Rochelle Hill, co-chairperson, Harlem CARES; and Aarian Pope-Punter, recruitment manager, Mentoring USA (Photo: Samir Amami/New York Photo Images). By  Slah Amami.

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