Charitable efforts in youth education and services, be it mentoring or fiscal donations, are a very integral part in preparing future generations for the world as adults tomorrow. DC-based 501(c)(3) organization, Dreaming Out Loud has been working steadfast on doing their part to ensure that underserved youth of the Nation’s Capital are not only prepared, but acknowledged. On Tuesday, December 7th, DOL will host a fundraising event at Busboys and Poets where they will also debut their short film, Project Dream Green: A Youth Environmental Revolution. More details below:
Join us for When Dreams Emerge: A Dreaming Out Loud Celebration and Fundraiser on Tuesday, December 7th from 6-8pm. The occasion will applaud our successes over the past year and serve as a commitment to continue our efforts in creating the inclusive and vibrant community we all envision. Busboys and Poets – the District’s hub for social justice, arts, and progressive conversation – will serve as hosts for this fundraiser and documentary screening. Our host will be Justine Love from CBS Radio with a performance by Grammy-nominated hip-hop artist Christylez Bacon and keynote speaker Dr. Greg Carr, Chair of Howard University’s African-American Studies Department.
You will see the impact we were able to have on the District’s youth in the debut of our short documentary called Project Dream Green: A Youth Environmental Revolution. This film tells the story of Project Dream Green, a youth-centered environmental learning and work experience designed by Dreaming Out Loud and Groundwork Anacostia River DC.
For tickets please visit: http://dreamingoutloud.org