Jermel President will be participating as a Non-Profit Exhibitor at the 2019 Charleston KidsFair! We will have a booth set up and will be offering basketball events and raffles.
Charleston KidsFair is presented by the Charleston Jewish Community Center Without Walls in partnership with the City of Charleston and the Charleston County School District.
More information can be found on the KidsFair Facebook event. Click here to view the event!
The best way to celebrate children is to have a day and a festival dedicated exclusively to fun and learning. KidsFair has over 100 exciting educational, hands on, activities and exhibits for kids and families to enjoy. KidsFair includes stages with great entertainment throughout the day. It is a wonderful opportunity for children and families to connect with schools, local businesses, and organizations supporting children and families in the area. Today, in it’s 31st year, KidsFair boasts an annual attendance of over 10,000 people and growing.
📅 When: Sunday, June 2nd
⏰ Time: 1:30 pm
📍 Where: Cannon Street Arts Center, 134 Cannon Street
Designed to provide high school students with information about growing as artists, athletes or entrepreneurs, we will ask students questions related to Charleston, education and how to transform dreams into goals. Through these questions, students will become more aware of obstacles and opportunities while onlookers will observe a performance mapping of network development and potential needs of a community’s youth.
conNECKtedTOO is a project of art and culture in/with community for economic development which aims to awaken in youth a spirit of entrepreneurship while highlighting TINY Business in Charleston as a vital part of commerce and neighborhood.
The DAE Foundation’s mission is to educate and train student athletes to become skilled, effective and responsible citizens of their communities.
For more information please call Victoria at 843-209-7902 or email conNECKtedTOO@gmail.com
CALLING ALL STUDENT ATHLETES 6th-9th GRADE!
PARENTS! COMMUNITY ADVOCATES! Have you made a PLAN for life after high school athletics? Have you prepared for college? Have you explored other options? The #FREE Foundation is excited to present P.L.A.N. C.! This event will surely leave you more informed on for life after high school athletics.
*Lunch will be provided*
The #FREE Foundation is a nonprofit organization with a mission to fortify African American and under-served communities through Fellowship, Resources, Education, and Empowerment!
Safety DAE: A Preventative Initiative brought to you by America’s Best Choice of Charleston is coming to College of Charleston’s TD Arena March 25th, 2023!
Celebrate March Madness with the DAE Foundation
The DAE Foundation has created this event to introduce a broader concept of public safety. Our event helps student-athletes and the community educate and raise awareness, promote safety discussions between student-athletes and the community regarding emergency contacts, and create an open forum for discussions.
At Safety DAE, everyone 10+ has the opportunity to participate in the Jermel President Free Throw Contest! To register, select the link below.
For adults ages 18+, the DAE Foundation will be hosting the Rick Barry Free Throw Contest at The Alley the evening of March 25, 2023! Participants must shoot underhanded just like the great Rick Barry. The winners will receive prizes: 1st place wins a Bowling Party for 12 ($250 value!!), 2nd place wins a $100 Alley Gift Card, and 3rd place will win a $50 Alley Gift Card. We will also have an Underhanded Shoot Off where the winner gets $25 Alley Gift Card. If you aren’t a shooter, come out and enjoy some Elite 8 March Madness basketball. Hope to see you there!
Charleston Department of Public Safety is partnering with the DAE Foundation to bring the lowcountry community this event. The mission of our partnership is to help educate student-athletes and raise awareness about PUBLIC SAFETY. We are also creating open forums for discussions, developing action groups for continued safety initiatives and designing career paths in our community.
We are excited to be partnering with the Charleston County Government Public Safety and want to thank them for coming on board! Their expertise will be extremely beneficial for our young attendees as they will have the opportunity to learn about CPR, what to do in the case of a natural disaster, and more.
About Charleston County Public Safety:
Charleston County Public Safety Directorate works toward improving the quality of life for Charleston County citizens, visitors, and the business community through collaborations, public safety awareness training, crime prevention education, emergency responses, disaster preparedness, criminal justice reform, and intelligent community policing strategies.
Save the date and keep following as we have a lot more to share about Safety DAE 2023!
We are actively looking for sponsors for this event. To learn more about becoming a sponsor, CLICK HERE.
Thank you to our incredible sponsors:
The DAE Foundation presents Back to School DAE
Join us and play some basketball on open court, pick-up free school supplies and new-to-you sporting equipment, & enjoy Paisano’s Pizza.
From 1 to 2 pm donate your gently-used sports equipment. Too big, too small, your child lost interest? Donate equipment and provide other children the opportunity to play! All donations are tax deductible. You will receive a donation slip at the gym.
From 2 to 4 pm pick up new-to-you equipment. Our community comes together to provide for a need and we are happy to provide school supplies and gently used equipment to lowcountry families. Kids also have the opportunity to shoot some hoops and eat some pizza provided by our community sponsor Paisano’s Pizza.
The event takes place at St. Andrew’s Gym on Sundae, August 13th.
Supporting the event through school supply donations from their staff, Charleston County Department of Public Safety volunteer educators will also be on hand to educate the community about public safety related to fire safety, medical safety, natural disasters, the criminal justice system, and to introduce career opportunities in the field.
The community is asked to donate school supplies and gently-used sporting equipment to contribute to the effort. All donations are tax-deductible, and there will be itemized donation slips available the day of the event. Drop off locations are all Barrelli Barber, Stella Nova, and Paisano’s Pizza.
SCHOOL SUPPLY DONATION NEEDS:
Markers – Washable
Dry Erase Markers
Gently-Used Athletic Equipment for all sports
Donations will be accepted at the following locations until Friday, August 11:
Barrelli Barber – Downtown, The Cigar Factory, 701 East Bay St, Suite 107
Barrelli Barber – Mt Pleasant, 1020 Chuck Dawley Blvd
Barrelli Barber – Park Circle, 4628 Spruill Ave, Suite 102
Stella Nova – Downtown, The Cigar Factory, 701 East Bay St
Stella Nova – Mt Pleasant, 1320 Theatre Dr
Stella Nova – West Ashley, 2048 Sam Rittenberg Blvd
Paisano’s Pizza – James Island, 1246 Camp Rd
Paisano’s Pizza – Mt Pleasant, 1151 Queensborough Blvd #100
Paisano’s Pizza – West Ashley, 1798 Ashley River Rd
What are the ages of children who can attend?
All students through 8th grade.
Can I volunteer?
We need volunteers for Back to School DAE to help receive and hand out donations. Click here to fill out our Volunteer Form if you would like to volunteer on August 13th.
Can we drop our kids off or do we stay?
No, children must not be left unattended.
For the sports equipment swap, must I donate in order to receive gently-used equipment?
No, all donations are available to students attending who are in need of equipment.
Thank you to Paisano’s Pizza for sponsoring this event and providing pizza to our guests. To learn more about Paisano’s and order a pie for yourself, visit: https://paisanospizzawa.com/