Atlanta, GA, May 09, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The Hip Hop Grows Up, Inc. “iPositive Movement” educational program is one of the most innovative non-profit, 501(c)3, organizations worldwide. It is founded by a mother-daughter duo, namely Ms. Cecillia “Ce Ce” Morris and Ms. Talia E. Ashley, built upon of values of Christ.
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 or guardians, educators, and other positive mentors in the village: the community.
Hip Hop Grows Up, Inc. exists to help the community, especially young mothers and struggling families, to achieve the support needed to fulfill educational expectations. The expectations are that all children can do very well in school. Morris states, “The objective is to assist in making this a broader reality, what we call leveling the educational playing field, among global youth, by many positive means necessary.”
Hip Hop Grows Up, Inc. is poised to receive a portion of the proceeds from Jackie Clark-Chisolm of ‘The Clark Sisters,’ Gospel Stage Play “Ain’t Too Proud To Beg,” starring World Renowned Gospel Artist, Earnest Pugh; Stellar-Award Winner Dottie Peoples, which is scheduled to hit the stage on Mother’s Day, May 11, 2014, in Atlanta, Georgia. There are two shows scheduled on this day at 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm. The show is held at the Clayton County Performing Arts Center. Tickets are available at http://www.ticketriver.com with limited seating: General Admission and V.I.P. Again, a portion of the proceeds benefits the non-profit organization: Hip Hop Grows Up, Inc. For more information, contact Bryan Johnson (323) 942-9707.