We value our community and feel it is our duty to give back in any way that we can. We have partnered with a few nonprofit organizations and hope that one resonates with you. Please take a moment to read all about these wonderful organizations below.
Live life half price gives is a non-profit organization that believes in serving those in need. The goals are to encourage, support, rehabilitate and help others grow as well as bring people together to serve in one common goal and that's to better the community. Some of their activities include Back 2 School Events where they supply children in need with book bags and school supplies and Feeding the Homeless while also providing them with clothing and toiletries.
Please visit www.livelifehalfprice.com for more info.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Mental Illness Living Low in our Neighbor, also known as M.I.L.L.I.O.N, is a community-based organization structured around mental health issues in the black community. Reaching specifically people of color, our mission is to work with community partners and health officials to transform society’s response to everyday difficulties people of color will face. Through these platforms, M.I.L.L.I.O.N seeks to eliminate the issues through free or discounted therapy sessions, public mental health fairs hosted by members of the community, and even a directory that will provide demographic information of local therapists and their role within the organization. The ultimate goal for this organization is to reach one million people of color, and in the process, change the asinine dialogue and views of such a controversial subject.
You can support M.I.L.L.I.O.N, by providing a monetary donation that will go toward the funding for this organization. As of now, the up-front costs will go towards building the directory and developing a proper resource tool that will assist with the goals for the organization. Monetary donations will also go towards the mental health awareness events that will take place throughout the community that will offer hands-on assistance, resources for immediate help, and various speakers to assist with relationship-building, financial literacy, and various other stigmatic factors men of color face. In the future, we plan to implement a crowd-source funding tool that will help support the therapists who will offer the free or discounted rate therapy sessions.