Today was the first class in our Fitness for a Cause with FIT4MOM UA event - an awesome, Tabata-style HIIT workout. Don’t mind us - we’re not sweating, we’re glistening. 😅
It’s not too late to join us for this special event! $10 gains you access to a recording of today’s class, as well as tomorrow night’s Yoga class and Thursday night’s PREMIERE class of our newest format, Body Ignite. All money collected from the sale of these event passes will be donated to the My Brothers Keeper Alliance.
Grab an event pass here: https://fit4mom-upperarlington.pike13.com/prepaid_products/669913
We can’t WAIT to bring our new strength class, Body Ignite, to you - virtually! Check out this video and get EXCITED!!
My Brothers Keeper is hosting its first youth and community job fair, with employers looking to fill hundreds of summer and year-round positions.
Jackie Orozco and Maria Durant talks My Brothers Keeper benefit concert.
Very nice program and the food from Berwick Manor was delicious. Thank you My Brothers Keeper and Saint Charles Preparatory School
FYLaw’s Executive Director, Douglas Althauser, represented the Center at the City of Columbus’s annual My Brothers Keeper Youth Conference, at the Africentric Early College. Dozens of students attended the conference to receive leadership training and set goals, and then attended a community resource fair, which included FYLaw’s table. Students and their parents stopped by to talk about juvenile law.
The Monthly Food Pantry will be open on January 19, 2018 AM to
12 30 PM.
Bishop Don, I would be there if I were in town.
Only 2 weeks until the Charity Day 5K. We have 22 charities you can choose to run for! Don't forget to sign up! To learn more or register check out: http://ow.ly/JrKD30cGbr0.
We can't wait to see you there!
Pepsi In The 614 NBC4 Motorists Insurance Group WNCI 97.9 (614) Magazine 614now charity: water American Cancer Society American Cancer Society Relay For Life Childhood Cancer Family Connection Chive Charities Columbus Early Learning Centers Columbus Firefighters Foundation The Columbus Marathon Columbus VegFest - August 26, 2017 My Brothers Keeper Nationwide Children's Hospital Partnering 4 Africa Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio Teaching & Learning Collaborative Westerville Special Olympics 1DIVINELINE2HEALTH Wounded Warrior Project
Just THREE weeks until Charity Day 5K. Don't forget to register! Registration also enters you into a drawing for Brooks Running shoes of your choice or VIP tickets for BOOM! We can't wait to see you there! Charity Day 5k site: http://ow.ly/Ef5J30csI8s
NBC4 Pepsi In The 614 Motorists Insurance Group WNCI 97.9 (614) Magazine charity: water American Cancer Society Childhood Cancer Family Connection Chive Charities Columbus Early Learning Centers Columbus Firefighters Foundation The Columbus Marathon Columbus VegFest - August 26, 2017 My Brothers Keeper Nationwide Children's Hospital Partnering 4 Africa Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Teaching & Learning Collaborative Westerville Special Olympics Wounded Warrior Project 1DIVINELINE2HEALTH
Erica and I enjoyed photographing the The Big Table event for The Columbus Foundation on Wednesday. We traveled all over town to many different conversations and heard much good, productive talk about how to make our city a better place to live and work. Thanks to the Columbus Foundation for sponsoring such a worthy event and asking us to be a apart of it. Special thanks to businesses and organizations that hosted the wonderful event! Some include Columbus Metropolitan Club, The Boat House Restaurant at Confluence Park, Hot Chicken Takeover, United Schools Network - USN, Community Refugee and Immigration Services (CRIS), Columbus Metropolitan Library, Pizzuti Collection, ColumbusUnderground.com, Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams, American Red Cross of Central Ohio, My Brothers Keeper, Columbus Police Training Academy, Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority,
Sweet Carrot Grandview,
Yoga on High, Lextant, Starfish Alliance, Brioso Coffee, Columbus Museum of Art, Ethiopian Tewahedo Social Services-ETSS, Martin de Porres Center, and BeecherHill! Whew! What a list!
- Coming Soon
This page and a custom Website (www.HeardNotJudged.com) are launching soon, to share MEE’s latest national, community-based participatory research, “Heard, Not Judged: Insights into the Talents, Realities and Needs of Young Men of Color.” This report and video series features the voices of 18 to 24 year-old African-American and Hispanic males from nine cities. They open up about their lives — the everyday challenges they face, their use of technology, who matters to them (and who doesn’t) and the need for access to jobs, education, mentoring and health care.
Check back for key insights and access to videos illustrating the findings from focus groups held in Philadelphia, Oakland, Los Angeles, Long Beach, New York City (Bronx), Baltimore, Atlanta, New Orleans and Detroit. The research was co-funded by The California Endowment and The Open Society Foundations.
How do I get info on the camp