Update: April 22, 2019 Kids free trip to Africa: Thus far we’ve raised $2450 and it’s not too late for you to play a role (tax deductible ). No donation is too small and we along with the students are grateful for every penny.�We have made this trip totally free to the students. Their Passports, Visas, Shots, Air Travel, Hotel, Ground Transportation & Food are all included.
The only thing we’ve asked of them in exchange is that they return to Muskegon and utilize what they’ve learned to help make Muskegon a better place.
The Following people have Donated to the trip.
Dr. Dale & Connie Nesbary
Dr. Remington Sprague
George & Mary Gamble
Hilda & David Thompson
John S Thorton Jr.
Bob and Maxine White
Glen and Kay Hamison-Gray
Marcy A Sims
Randall “731 Black Entertainmet” Jackson
Crystal Chapter #34
King David Lodge #20
Billie J. Payne
Tony Caradine Sr.
Alexis Marie Dowdell
Any contribution you may have for our trip in June 2019 trip would be greatly appreciated and are 100% tax deductible. Your donation can change a child’s life.You can donate online via PayPal http://paypal.me/1037thebeat or in person /via mail at the Radio Station 1877 Peck Street, Muskegon, Mi. 49441
Free trip to Africa for Honor Roll Students
One of the greatest footballers of all time, Lionel Messi, once said, “A child’s smile is worth more than all the money in the world.”The above statement is very true, which is why we do great things that not only make kids happy but also develop their cultural intelligence. One way we do this is by taking children to Africa to experience the cultures there. Last year, with the help of the community, we took five children from the community free of charge.
We paid for vaccinations, passports, airline tickets, food, and lodging. There was absolutely no cost to their families. Upon of arrival to Africa, we were greeted by several of the countries natives and began our exploration of the country.The children had the opportunity to visit a traditional African village, in which they mingled, talked, and taught African children about America, as well as learned more about traditional African culture. Those children had the honor to visit U. S. Embassy in Accra Ghana. They had the chance to experience various cultural cuisines, languages, beaches, and toured the slave castle. To close out the end of our 7 day trip, the children went through a renaming ceremony and were given Ghanaian names.
We are the 1st and only radio station in this community to achieve this accomplishment, and with your help we can make it happen again. One way you can help us do it again is by donation. There is a saying that you should not ever underestimate the impact that you may have on someone else’s life. You can make a massive impact in the lives of these kids by your donation.
Any contribution you may have for our trip in June 2019 trip would be greatly appreciated and are 100% tax deductible. Your donation can change a child’s life. You can donate online via PayPal http://paypal.me/1037thebeat or in person /via mail at the Radio Station 1877 Peck Street, Muskegon, Mi. 49441
If you would like to donate visit 1037thebeat.com and click the tab labeled donate. Check and money orders can be made out to the West Michigan Community Help Network and mailed to The Mayes & Wright Media Center located at 1877 Peck Street, Muskegon MI 49441. Contact Paul Billings at 231-727-5007 or email email@example.com for more information.You can donate online via PayPal 👇🏾http://paypal.me/1037thebeat or in person /via mail at the Radio Station 1877 Peck Street, Muskegon, Mi. 49441