Flora Pearl Inspires: "I'M A SURVIVOR"
Saturday, October 26, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (CDT)
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, October's Special Guests: Sharon Minter-Anderson and Daughters (Sharnyce and Sydney) will share their perspective concerning their mother being able to walk in victory.
In October's workshop, the session will include a vibrant discussion, hands-on activities, and of course our ever vocal Q&A segment.
NOTE: We will pull the names of the January-October 2013 attendees' drawing. Participants MUST be present to win. The winners will receive prizes at The Flora Pearl Foundation Presents 2nd Annual Matters of the Heart on Saturday, November 23, 2013 in The Bridge at Faith Chapel Christian Center (100 Lexington Street, Birmingham, Alabama 35224) from 10am-2pm.
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The Flora Pearl Foundation
The Flora Pearl Foundation is a community focused nonprofit mentoring organization empowering students and parents to live on purpose through education, community service, and career planning.
Educator, advocate, and mentor Latasha J. Humphrey founded The Flora Pearl Foundation in 2011 after helping to redefine mentoring by collaborating on the creation of "Youth First Breakfast Club" with the Birmingham Schools. The "Youth First Breakfast Club" is a venue to support schools while offering mentoring opportunities to students; it is a result of Latasha's enduring work with The City of Birmingham Mayor's Office Division of Youth Services, in conjunction with the Birmingham City School Partners in Education and A.M. Moore Ministries. This wonderful experience inspired Latasha to create a community non-profit organization that would empower students and parents to take responsibility for their lives and to live on purpose.