Hip Hop Grows Up, Inc. Seeking Donations
The Hip Hop Grows Up, Inc. “iPositive Movement” educational program is one of the most innovative non-profit, 501(c)3, organizations worldwide. H.H.G.U.'s vision is to recreate the village it takes to raise our children. H.H.G.U.'s mission is to bridge the gaps in education between our youth, parents/guardians, educators, and other positive mentors in the village/community.
H.H.G.U.'s vision is to recreate the village it takes to raise our children. The mission is to bridge the gaps in education between youth, parents/guardians, educators, and other positive mentors in the village/community.
Hip Hop Grows Up, Inc. exists to help families, especially young mothers and struggling families, to achieve the support needed to fulfill educational expectations. The expectations are that all students can do very well in school. The objective is to assist in making this a broader reality, “To level the educational playing field,” among global youth, by many means necessary.
H.H.G.U. has a curriculum devised by Talia Ashley’s 4-year stint as an educator and researcher of the American and Asian educational systems (Japan and Korea,) coupled with Cecillia Morris' expertise as a recent retired non-profit Senior Manager and health educator of 20 years. The curriculum is in a three-part series, titled the iPositive Movement, the 7-Ups, and the Change Experience.
H.H.G.U. hosts a talk radio show, called iPositive Talk Radio. The purpose aids in accomplishing the vision: to gather the village to discuss situations which affect the village - to arrive at solutions. By hosting the show, it keeps the messages top-of-the-mind for our families and educators.
H.H.G.U. has created solutions in the chief initiative: The National Neighborhood Youth Watch Initiative is dependent upon neighborhood adults: parents, guardians, church-clergy and members, law enforcement, positive mentors who will gather within the neighborhood weekly and/or monthly to discuss the status of youth and assist them by any positive means necessary, in their education and in daily activities within their communities – the villages.
The founders of Hip Hop Grows Up have created the only Hip Hop History Month calendar, as it is understand that November is officially Hip Hop History month. The calendar is available for donations. The objective is to teach and re-teach our youth and others about hip hop history, but in a creative way.
Feel Free to Google us. Please make your tax-deductible charitable donations to:
Hip Hop Grows Up, Inc.
2304 Roxanna Road
Albany, Georgia 31705