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Tulsa, Oklahoma. Hispanic Education Summit is held annually to highlight the academic challenges faced by Latinos and education providers with a specific focus on reducing the national Hispanic drop-out rate. Challenges, strategies and solutions are presented to attendees, including pastors, church leaders, academic administrators, and educators.
Faith for Change and Joy Tabernacle partnership on We Got Your Back to provide students with school.
Thanks for your generous donation of backpacks and school supplies for the Community Outdoorfest of Lilydale First Baptist Church. Our event was held on the street between Fenger High School and Lilydale First Baptist Church. Our Church sponsored a community health fair, picnic (with plenty of food), games and water slide, free haircuts, music and a back to school give-a way. Your donations helped to make this event a great success. We had about 700 people to pass through during the event, with approximately 500 students. Thanks again, for having the back of our students! God bless you. Rev. Alvin Love, Pastor of Lilydale First Baptist
Capitol Hill Church of the Nazarene Back to School Bash provided school supplies to 200 kids. Faith for Change will work with Pastor Schmitz and Capitol Hill Church to provide ongoing support to children inside the classroom, working to improve academic performance.
MTL is an inter-generational peer mentoring program that employs early intervention strategies and culturally responsive methods to increase the high school graduation and college matriculation rates in Broward County and beyond.
Thank you to Dr. Derrick Harkins for hosting the first Faith for Change fundraiser at Nineteenth Street Baptist Church
Joy Tabernacle partners with and supports the T.E.A.M. Coalition under the leadership of Rev. Joseph Thomas. \"Tie My Tie\" is a program of T.E.A.M. Photos are from Pearl C. Anderson and Professional Day at Charles E. Rice Elementary
BaSix Knowledge Academy in Decatur, GA. has a 90% success rate in graduating at-risk youth. BaSix receives support from a number of sources including Dr. Cynthia Hale and Ray of Hope Christian Church.