Muskegon Heights Shoe Distribution
MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MI -- A partnership between the
Muskegon Heights Housing Commission and Samaritan's
Feet helped kids get free shoes, socks and a bit of hope.
The two groups distributed more than 200 articles of footwear
at the commission's annual Back to School Bash on Thursday,
Aug. 20, 2015. Randleman is the Lansing regional director of
Beautiful Me University
Sponsored and Presented by Me Myself and I (MMI), a non-profit
organization in Detroit. T. ROSE supports the conferences and workshops
presented by MMI. Each conference is designed to empower young ladies
in the Metro Detroit area utilizing various methods to empower and
inspire their attendees.
Detroit Girls Can
The first-ever Detroit Girls Can retreat empowered and educated young women with straight talk from Detroit-area leaders on career, education and financial management at Wayne County Community College in Detroit on Saturday May 30, 2015. Presentations and activities were centered on creating and projecting
a positive self-image, connecting with higher educational opportunities
during high school years, how to explore a variety of career paths,
and how to manage personal finance and communication skills.
T. ROSE connected with several young ladies and are currently meeting
with them to assist each of them with reaching their future goals.
For numerous years, T. ROSE has volunteered as a foot washer,
shoe distributor, regional facilitator and training for the
International organization, Samaritans Feet. Her passion to
serve the youth keeps her well connected with this organization.
We have taken numerous youth and families to the Soul Circus; starting
in the early 2000; as T. ROSE secured a contract with the Soul Circus and
arranged for over 500 youth and family members to attend.
Busing them all in from Lansing, Jackson, Grand Rapids and Muskegon
in one weekend. The huge response was noted by the owner and staff
of the Soul Circus; and an ongoing marketing/promotions and group
organizer agreement was secured and is still in effect today.
Below you can view photos and read about T. ROSE's community involvement and service to others.
Pretty Brown Girl
Flint Doll distribution to approximately 300 girls, along with a brief empowerment segment and dance competition. T. ROSE was a lead volunteer staff member and also provided sponsorship for several girls. The distribution was in part lead by Pretty Brown Girl Flint Ambassador, Little Miss Flint.