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|Posted on December 9, 2019 at 11:47 AM||comments (4)|
The D.I.P. Foundation is gearing up for their 7th Annual Heal A Heart Food Clothing & Toy Giveaway December 23rd at 3Pm. This outreach event is one that sought out due to the joy it brings to the children in the community year after year. Heal A Heart provides non perishable food, clothing. shoes, hygiene items, and we dare not to mention toys to children in attendance ages 1-12 years of age. The organization makes this possible through the generous contributions of sponsors corporate and individuals who share the same passion to Heal A Heart and spread love during the holiday season. The event will be held at DIP Foundation Outreach Ministry 2078 Cassat Ave Jacksonville, FL 32210. Donations of every kind are appreciated. Checkout the video from last year it was an amazing celebration.
|Posted on July 20, 2018 at 10:12 AM||comments (18)|
The Divine Intervention & Prevention also know as (DIP) an outreach ministry for the prevention of domestic violence/abuse & hunger who has helped over 2,500 families in need is hosting the II Annual Tools 4 School Supply & Clothing Giveaway to lend a helping hand to students ages 4-18 that are in need. The event will be held at D.I.P. Outreach 2078 Cassat Ave Jacksonville, FL 32210 on Saturday August 4th @ 10am.
The average cost for back to school supplies and clothing is approximately $1500 according to NBC news, that is just as much as the average mortgage payment for many individuals. According to NCCP.org children make up 34 percent of people in poverty. Most low- income families have to look to the government for assistance, food, clothing, and other necessities such as; hygiene items and school supplies that are needed for children; many times this issue is not addressed on a regular basis or plaintively at all. No child wants to go to school without the proper clothing, shoes, or school supplies. The less fortunate seem to be one of the first to be bullied as a result of this particular lack. The community can support Tools 4 School Jax by donating gently used clothing, shoes, handbags, backpacks, costume jewelry, personal care items, new socks, & underwear, for all ages. For a detailed list visit www.facebook.com/diprestores or call (904) 438-4347.
DIP invigorates community supporters to do a good deed by making a contribution to DIP Outreach by visiting www.Dipfoundation.org website or simply Cash app @Dipfoundation.Your contribution will help to motivate both the parents and their children who are in need, whereby letting them know that they are not alone. Your donation will also help the youth mentally by boosting their overall self esteem. “When you look good, you feel good. Confidence with what you’re wearing is very important. If you feel good, you will always perform your best without worrying about anything- Maria Sharapova.” Here is an opportunity to help with giving over 300 students the supplies they need for a successful school year as, these children cannot reach their full potential without adequate support.
In kind donations can be dropped off to one of the following locations :
D.I.P Outreach Ministry 2078 Cassat Ave. Jax, Fl 32210
Elegant Beauty Supplies- 6139 103Rd Jax, Fl 32210
State Farm 12620 Beach Blvd #8 Jax, Fl 32246
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2078 Cassat Avenue items such as clothing, non-perishable food items, toys, and personal care items will be collected. Candy apples and bottled water will be available for a donation.
The fundraiser will help to feel attendees at their Annual #HealAHeart giveaway which will be held on December 22nd.
For more info call 904 438-4347
A National & Local Organization Unite with an Inspirational Magazine to Empower Youth & Honor Community Leaders
|Posted on July 3, 2015 at 11:14 AM||comments (23)|
On Tuesday June 30, D.I.P. Foundation & Shofar Magazine hosted its inaugural Youth Empowerment and Crime Prevention Fundraiser at the Holiday Hill Baptist Church. Community members gathered to hear powerful messages from P.K. Mickens – (D.I.P.) Executive Director; Steven Bradley of the National Coalition against Domestic Violence; and Florida’s District State Attorney Angela B. Corey. WJXT Channel 4 News was onsite awaiting her arrival, Corey interviewed with the news station outside. Inside was a room full of supporters waiting to hear Corey’s message to youth, and more importantly to take photos with the victim’s safety ambassador.
The event culminated with an overview of (D.I.P.) upcoming projects, the commencement date of (D.I.P.) twenty-six week Batter’s Intervention Program Road to Resilience, and presentation from P.K. Mickens on “The importance of Character” followed by (NCADV) Steven Bradley tips for social media safety. There were several surprises that night; Shofar Magazine unveiled its Blazing Summer Edition Cover, a triple feature to include: Florida’s State Attorney Angela B. Corey, National Recording Artist Jekalyn Carr, Pastor of The Sanctuary of Orange County and Oxygen’s T.V. reality star Jay Haizip. Visit www.Shofarmagazine.com to view cover or subscribe to the magazine.
Select honorees received awards for their support of the organization’s mission of violence prevention: Sam’s Club, Channel 4 News, Pastor Albert Byrd, and Angela B. Corey. With an audience filled with community leaders and supporters the speakers provided valuable insight on internet safety, violence prevention, and character building. Both youth and adults left with violence prevention materials and (D.I.P.) signature hand towels as a reminder of the events theme “Your Knowledge is Your Power.” (D.I.P) hopes to host more empowerment events in the near future to continue raising awareness and funds to fight against domestic violence. For more info or to donate visit www.Dipfoundation.org Corporate Sponsors: Walmart, Sams Club, Home Depot, Panera Bread, Chick Fil A, MAC, & Target
|Posted on December 10, 2014 at 10:45 PM||comments (6)|
The pressures of celebrating the holidays sometimes causes tempers to flare, energy levels to soar and arguments to ensue, culminating in an explosion of domestic violence and abuse. Parties, celebrations and festivities are everywhere and the temptation for excess can be intoxicating. Alcohol, drugs, heightened emotions and the wrong combination of family members, are very often contributing factors in violent holiday explosions. In fact, the holiday season can be an exceptionally tough emotional period for many domestic violence victims, even children. Most loving mothers will do whatever is necessary to create a fun and festive holiday environment for her children, however, for children living in a home where violence occurs, very often, Christmas represents a prolonged period of trepidation due to the anticipation of violence.
D.I.P. Foundation is anon-profit that is working to prevent and end domestic violence by developing innovative programs and events that:
“On Saturday, December 13, & Sunday December 14 from 1 – 4pm, D.I.P. Foundation invites children to have their pictures taken with Santa Claus! Parents will be pleased to donate just $5 for a professional 4”x6” ready- to-display portrait at D.I.P. Foundation Crime Prevention Studio which is located at 5301 Norwood Avenue. Pic A Fit Against violence while celebrating the holiday season with a festive event for the whole family; free egg nog & cookies will be served.”
Upcoming Event:Free Food, Clothing, Toy Drive December 21 2PM 712 W. Duval St
Volunteers are encouraged to join D.I.P. Foundation with its prevention of domestic violence mission and supporting those affected by it. For more information visit: www.Dipfoundation,org to make a donation contact Angel Bree’ 904 438-4347 or email’ [email protected]
The Heels & Hearts Fashion Shoe Gala Featuring Celebrity Actress/Model Lisa Raye McCoy is rescheduled- New Date to Be Announced
|Posted on March 21, 2014 at 11:58 AM||comments (53)|
TheHeels & Hearts Fashion Shoe Gala Featuring Celebrity Actress/Model Lisa Raye McCoy is rescheduled- New Date to Be Announced
Heels & Hearts Fashion Shoe Gala, a Premier Fashion Show all about shoes presented by Shofar Media & Publishing Corp originally set for March 23 at the Hyatt Regency Riverfront in Jacksonville, FL will be rescheduled due to an overwhelming interest & response to the fashion show. Tickets already purchased will be valid for the new date. Anyone who already has a ticket but can't attend in April can get a refund up to the new date. Promotional tickets are not eligible for a refund.
For the first time in Jacksonville, Florida a star-studded red carpet event, High Heel Fashion Show with silent and live auctions,poetry, dance performances, live musical entertainment & dancing.
Featuring Lisa Raye McCoy (Player’s Club & VH1’s s Hit T.V. Reality Show Thicker Than water).
The goal of the gala is to draw attention to an issue that affects women of every race, age and background, and to work to change the course of domestic violence for all survivors and their families. Proceeds from the event will help fund the D.I.P. Foundation ongoing efforts to help individuals and families that have been impacted by domestic violence. To find out more about the organization visit www.Dipfoundation.org
The live auction includes: NFL memorabilia, Gift certificates, and high heels donated by celebrities. Confirmed sponsors of the upcoming event include: Shofar Media & Publishing Corp, Phil's Shoes, Jacksonville Jaguars, Estee' Lauder, Belk, Fusion Band, Encore Event Technologies.
To purchase tickets for The Heels & Hearts Fashion Shoe Gala event call 904 800-9624 or visit www.shofarmagazine.com. Tickets will not be available at the door. To learn more about sponsorship opportunities for the event, contact the fashion show coordinator, at 561 526 3126 or by email (at) [email protected]Media | Talent| Interview opportunities: Email: [email protected]
|Posted on December 19, 2013 at 9:25 PM||comments (56)|