*The following accomplishments are in addition to our programs/services*
Education/Certification (Wessita McKinley-Founder):
   Nonprofit Leadership Challenge - Washington, DC
   Human Focus Group Study/Social Behavior - Georgetown University  
   Family Development Credentialing – Cornell University, Ithaca NY
   Kressley Organizing Institute/One DC – Washington, DC
   HIV/AIDS Prevention Counseling Level I
   HIV/AIDS Prevention Counseling Level II
   Rapid HIV Testing
   CPR Training
   Personalized Cognitive Counseling-University of California, San
   Master Trainer for Self-Esteem Seminars – Faith Institute of       
   Entrepreneurship, MD
   Master Trainer for Rites of Passage for Males – Faith Institute of 
   Entrepreneurship, MD


1)  Created and implemented the "2 Below Baby Boutique" 
      to assist anyone raising a child newborn to 24 months. 
      All of the baby items given to those in need at free of cost.

2)  As a member of the "Food Justice Coalition" working  
      towards obtaining healthy and affordable food for those 
      living in food desert and swamp areas.

3)    Created special food packages for furloughed 
      Government and Contract employees.


1)  Enrolled in the Nonprofit Network (Organizational Capacity Building) 
2)  Partnered with Progressive Maryland and hosted a "Political
      Information Day".
3)   Partnered with Each One Feed One, Inc. and hosted a brunch for the
      senior citizens in the community.
4)   Hosted a Women's Conference "Take Back Our Power".


1) Organized the Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade / Peace Walk  
     in Washington DC.
2) Created the "We The People Collaborative" - A one-stop shop to
     provide free of charge social services to the residents of the
     Washington Metropolitan Area.
     ** This collaborative in still in the making .... However if anyone is in
     need of help they can contact Sistas United, Inc. directly and we will
     either assist them or direct them to another resource that is capable
     of helping them.
3)  Sponsored a "Discovering Your Passion" Seminar for women.

4)  Celebrated the 2nd Annual "Global Sistas United Day" .... A
      global event for women that will take place every year on March
      31st .... Facebook: Global Sistas United Day.
5)   Partnered with Community Connextionz and provided Thanksgiving
      Baskets to the entire senior citizen community (Ms. Phillipines
      House, Oxon Hill MD).
6)   Partnered with Community Connextionz and hosted a Thanksgiving
      Dinner for the community.


1) Organized the Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade / Peace Walk in
    Washington DC.
2) Created and Implemented the 1st Annual "Global Sistas United Day", a global
    event for women that will take place every year on March 31st .... Facebook:
    Global Sistas United Day .... Celebrated with a breakfast and a presentation
    by world renowned Historian Mr. C.R. Gibbs.
2) Partnered with the Capital Area Food Bank and sponsored the "Senior Brown
    Bag" Program, in which "FREE" food and produce is delivered to senior
    residential communities on a monthly basis ... Currently Sistas United, Inc. is
    hosting 3 senior communities in Prince George's County Maryland.  
3) Partnered with the Capital Area Food Bank and sponsored  FREE "Cooking
    Matters" Classes, in which Sistas United, Inc. host 6-weeks healthy cooking
    classes with a nutritionist and chef on hand ... Also, each participant in the
    class receives "FREE" groceries every week.
4) Opened up a "Sistas United, Inc. Community Food Pantry" in Capitol Heights,
5) Established the "Gathering of Men" Program ... A bi-weekly meeting where
    men of all ages, religions, and regions come together to heal, build, and
    fellowship .... Facilitated by Mr. Darrick Johnson Artistic Director of "By Any
    Means Necessary" Edu-Tainment  - Facebook: Darrick Johnson (a.ka. Brother
6) Hosted a "Holistic" Fellowship workshop for women .... Special Guest: Ayo
    Handy- Kendi who is the Founder of "Positive Energy Works, LLC" ~
7) Sistas United, Inc.'s Founder Wessita McKinley received the "Diva Triumph
    Award" from Shippensburg University, Shippensburg Pennsylvania.
8) Sistas United, Inc. started a weekly Yoga class for men and women.
9)  Expanded our Sistas United Inc. Community Food Pantry in Largo, MD ... We
     actually set up a food pantry for the senior citizens right in their residential
     area, providing them with "Free" healthy foods in which they are unable to
10)  Sponsored a high school student to her 2016 Home Coming.
11)  Expanded the Sistas United Community Food Pantry .... We established a
       food pantry directly in a senior citizens building at the Vistas in Largo
       MD .... We have empowered the seniors by sending them to training and
       enabling them to fully operate the food pantry on their own.  
12)  Co-Sponsored a "Community Food Drive" in Capitol Heights Maryland ....
        The community grocery store closed (Safeway) and the community was
        impacted in a negative way due to the closing .. Our "Community Food
        Drive" fed 186 families and 530 individuals.
13)  Prepared 150 Thanksgiving Baskets for the organization Heart to Hand,
        Inc., which provides services to individuals in Prince George's County
        Maryland with HIV/AIDS - 
14)   Provided 50 Turkey dinners to the senior citizens at Mrs. Philippines Home
        for Senior Citizens in Oxon Hill Maryland. 
15)   Provided Thanksgiving Dinners for the organization "We Can-Cervive", an
        organization providing services to cancer patients and their families within
        the Washington Metropolitan area.
16)   Co-Sponsored a "Free" Community Thanksgiving Dinner for those in need
        during the Thanksgiving season .... Those partaking in the meal consisted
        of our senior citizens, the homeless, battered women and their children,
        and the unemployed.
17)   Received the " 2016 Community Service Award" from the Maryland
        Legislative Branch of the Black Caucus.
18)   Co-Sponsored a Christmas event for children whose parents/guardians are
         suffering from cancer. This was an amazing event in which the youth and
         the adults enjoyed the following:
        * The viewing of the moving "Sing"  with free popcorn, slurpees & candy
        * Lunch at Famous Daves (lunch was provided by McDonalds)
        * A visit from Santa Claus, in which each child's wish list was fulfilled and  
           the gifts presented to the children by Santa.
        * A shopping spree at Toy-R-Us (each child was given a gift card to shop).


1) Organized the 35th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace Walk:
2) Adopted a senior dwelling (The Wesley House, Northeast, Washington
    DC)......Providing the seniors with affordable food  and "Free" fruits and
3) Partnered  with the civic association in Potomac Gardens Housing
    Development in Southeast Washington, DC to create a Farmers Market to
    provide affordable fruits and vegetables within low-income dwellings....Note:
    We grow our own produce.
4. Sistas United, Inc was honored to be personally invited by The United Black
    Fund to represent our nonprofit at the Universoul shared
    information about Sistas United with thousands at a sold out show.
5) Sistas United, Inc. Founder/Executive Director Wessita McKinley was a Guest
    Speaker at the 2015 H.O.W. Women's Conference (Healing Ordinary Women) I
    in Jessup Maryland.
6) Sistas United, Inc. sponsored a "Father's Day Fishing Trip" for all dads.
7) Sistas United, Inc. was honored to attend the 2015 Capital Area Food Bank
    Hunger Summit.
8) Sistas United, Inc. was Honored to attend the Capital Area Food Bank's 12th
    Annual Blue Jeans Ball.
9) Sistas United, Inc. prepared emergency baby packages to assist Domestic
     Violence victims in Prince George's County Maryland via a partnership with 
10. Sistas United,  Inc. Founder/Executive Director McKinley  shared her poetry
      with the masses at the National Conference On Ending Poverty at
      the Washington Convention Center in Washington DC.
11) Sistas United, Inc. partnered with Camp Fit and organized/sponsored the
      "Community Day Health Fair" at Longfield Elementary School in District
       Heights Maryland.
12) Sistas United, Inc. Founder/Executive Director received the "Community
      Grassroots" award given by Men Aiming Higher -
13) Sistas United, Inc. Founder/Executive Director received the "Foot Soldier" a
      award in Washington DC for her work with Returning Citizens (Ex-
14) Sistas United, Inc. collaborated with the Capital Area Food Bank and offers
       "Cooking Matters" classes (6-Week Cooking Class with a Professional Chef
       & Certified Nutritionist)......Participants also received "Free" weekly
15)  Sistas United, Inc. collaborated with the Capital Area Food Bank and
       sponsors the "Senior Brown Bag" Program ..... A Program created to
       provide "Free"  monthly grocery bags of healthy foods, meats, and fresh
       produce delivered directly to their door.
16)  Sistas United, Inc. provided "Thanksgiving Baskets"  to those in need -
       *Note: Sistas United,, Inc. provide Thanksgiving Baskets to the clients of
        Heart to Hand, Inc. ..... Taking care of our Brothers & Sisters with HIV/AIDS.
17)   Sistas United, Inc. helped to feed the homeless and the families of
        incarcerated individuals on Thanksgiving Day.
18)   Sistas United, Inc. participated in the "After Thanksgiving Dinner",  where
        we provided a Thanksgiving Dinner for the homeless who may not have
        family and friends to spend Thanksgiving Day with.
19)   Sistas United, Inc. officially opened our baby store and implemented our
        T.I.E. Program...Created to help our infant and toddlers (newborn to 24
20)   Sistas United, Inc. implemented the "Gathering of Men" Program .... A
        program designed especially for men of all ages, religions, and races to
        come together to get fellowship, learn, heal, and build....Enabling them to
        become better men for the family and the community.

1) Organized the 35th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace Walk:

2) Attended the 2014 State of the Union Speech with President Barak Obama ~ 
    Sistas United, Inc. Founder - Wessita McKinley, was invited as a private
    citizen to be the Special Guest of Chicago's Congressman Danny Davis.
3) Sponsored the "Stormin for Scholarships" Workshop ~ Assisting and
    providing valuable information to those seeking funding for higher education

4) Participated in the 1st Annual Unity In The Community @ Marvin Gaye Park
    in Washington DC

5) Co-Sponsored the 2014 Miss Expo @ DuBurns Center in Baltimore MD:
6) Appointed Health Ambassadors for Prince George's County MD "HEAL"
    Program (Healthy Eating Active Living):
7) Advocates against Hunger ~ Washington Post Newpaper Article:

8) Attended the 2014 Hunger Summit @ CAFB in Washington DC
9) Sponsored youth to attend the 2014 Universoul Circus in DC
10) Partnered with the Howard University College of Medicine and
        "FREE" medical screening was provided as well a a medical
         referral was given to the those in need of health care, to receive
         "Free" medical assistance from Howard University's Free Health
11) Partnered with the National Capital Area Food Bank and 
       sponsored a "FREE" 6-weeek educational and healthy cooking
12) Established the following NEW organizational services:
       * Sistas United, Inc. Community Garden 
       * Sistas United, Inc. Re-Entry Program
       * Sistas United, Inc. Girls Mentoring Program
       * Sistas United, Inc. T.I.E. Program (The Infant Exchange)
       * Sistas United, Inc. Cafe'

13) Became a Certified SNAP Satellite Station (Supplemental Nutrition 
      Assistance Program)

14) Volunteered with Petal Share to create fresh flower arrangements and hand
      deliver them to a local nursing home....Putting a smile on a senior citizens

15) Participated in the 2014 Hunger Summit - Wessita (Founder) was selected
      to be a Chef in the Hunger Summit Cook-Off.....Checkout the  following link:

16) Participated in the 2014 Color Run (National Harbor, MD)....Checkout the  
      following link: 

17) Co-Sponsored and organized the 2014 Health Fair at Greater Beulah Baptist
      Church, Capitol Heights MD 

18) Co-Sponsored the Annual Family & Friends Day at the Men's Homeless
      Shelter, St. Elizabeth Washington, DC

19) Sponsored a community turkey give-away.....Gave out 300 turkeys

20) Guest Speaker at the 2014 Empty Bowls Event (Wessita)....Sponsored by the
       National Captial Area Food Bank

1) Organized the 35th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace &
     Freedom Walk.....Checkout following weblinks:
2)  Sponsored youth on the African-American Heritage Bus Tour -
     Visited African-American Historical Sites in Prince George's County
3)  Sponsored the 2013 Miss Expo ~
4)  Started the Sistas United Girls Mentoring Group in Suitland
5)  Hosted the Sistas United Annual Prom Social (young ladies attending
      their prom can receive "Free" dresses, shoe, accessories, purses, hair
      and make-up service)
6)  Sponsored the Sistas United Annual Tuxedo Sponsorship for Males
     (Sistas  United partnered with the Men's Warehouse to cover the cost
      of a tuxedo rental, so that the young men can attend their prom)
7)  Hosted a "Prom Social" for the Washington Metropolitan High
      School, Washington DC
8)  Sponsored a summer program for youth ~ "Educational Field Trip
     Journey", where we take youth on a weekly educational field trip
     throughout the entire summer and they will learn about history, their
     heritage, other cultures,  educational and career opportunities.
9)  Sistas United, Inc. received an "Appreciation Breakfast" sponsored
     by TGIF for the excellent service we provide to the community.
10) Opened the "Sistas United Food Pantry" in Suitland, MD ~ In
       partnership with Solid Rock Missionary Baptist Church.
11) Co-Sponsored the 1st Annual Back-to-School Charity Basketball
      Game (monetary scholarships were given to parents in need to
       purchase school uniforms, shoes, and supplies for their children)
12) Sponsored the 2nd Annual Teacher Supply Box Give-Away (We
      prepared grade appropriate school supply boxes just for teachers.
      The boxes are  filled with various supplies to assist the teacher
      and their classroom during the school year)  
13) Co-Sponsored the Annual Community Day (Gave out free clothing,
       food, and school supplies). 
14) Sponsored the Sistas United, Inc. Fight Hunger Challenge
15) Co-Sponsored along with Sunday Suppers the monthly "Feed the
       Homeless" food distribution, in which we serve nutritious and hot
       meals in the streets.
16)  Hosted the Annie's Art Gallery Family Poetry Night in recognition
       of the 2013 Presidential Proclamation - National Arts and
       Humanities Month:
17.  Served as a community resource at the Hillcrest/Marlow Heights
       Job Fair  hosted by the Prince George's County Transforming
       Neighborhoods Initiative & Community Partners.
18.  Partnered with the Throttle Queens Motorcycle Club (of Capitol
       Heights MD) to help feed the hungry and provide Christmas gift for
       needy children.
19.  Partnered with the Prince George's County Alumnae Chapter of
       Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.who donated $500 worth of food to
       Sistas United, Inc. to help feed the hungry.
20.  Partnered with the Delta Phi Epsilon Foreign Services Sorority, who        sponsored a campus wide food drive at George Washington
       University to help Sistas United, Inc. feed the hungry.
21.  Partnered with Annie's Art Gallery (Camp Springs, MD) and the
       Prince George's County Police Department to host a food and coat
       drive. All donated coats were distributed to those in need within the
22.  Co-Sponsored the 4th Annual Community Thanksgiving Banquet.
       A free, hot and delicious meal was prepared and served to the
       community, in order to help those in need celebrate the holiday
23.  Sponsored the Annual Sistas United, Inc. Thanksgiving Basket
       Drive. This year we partnered with Solid Rock Missionary Baptist
       Church (Suitland, MD) and we were able to provide 325 families
       with complete Thanksgiving meals. ~ 100 Thanksgiving Baskets
       were given to our partners - Heart to Hand, Inc., to help ensure their
       Hiv/Aids clients had a Thanksgiving meal.
24.  Sistas United, Inc. was featured on Fox 5 Morning News ~ We did a
       cooking demonstration in which we prepared healthy and affordable
       meals using food items food at the National Capital Area Food Bank
       in Washington DC......Checkout news clip below:
1) Girls Mentoring Program (Health, Hygiene, & Sex Education -
     Part 1)
2) Sponsored an Open Mic Nite in support of the 2012 National Black
    HIV/AIDS Awareness Day!
3) Partnered with the Cuddle Me Program ~ To assist parents with
    children newborn to 3 years old by providing "Free" baby items such
    as: formula, diapers, baby wipes, clothing, car seats, booster seats,
4) Girls Mentoring Program (Health, Hygiene, & Sex Education -
     Part 2)
5) Girls Mentoring Program (Financial Literacy)
6) Sponsored a Women's History program - "Many Women, One Voice"
    ~ a  documentary based on African-American women with HIV/AIDS
7) 2012 Sistas United Annual Prom Social
8) Prom Sponsorship for Males (Sistas United partnered with the Men's 
    Warehouse to cover the cost of a tuxedo rental, so that the young men
    can attend their prom)
9) Co-Sponsored the 2012 Miss Expo in Long Beach, CA ~
10) Guest Speaker for Women's Prayer Breakfast (Wessita)
11) Sistas United, Inc. Founder (Wessita) was a Guest Speaker for an
      International Mother's Day Prayer Breakfast
12) Guest Speaker for girls event "Diamonds & Pearls" (Wessita) ~
      Hosted By Radio Personality Angie Ang of WKYS 93.9 FM
13) Sistas United, Inc. Founder was a Guest Speaker for "Girl Scouts
      100 Year Celebration"
14) Co-Sponsored the "Annual Community Day"
15) Sponsored the "School Supply Boxes for Teachers" Drive
16) Partnered with the Take Charge Juvenile Diversion Program and
      helped to sponsor the "Pull Em' Up" Campaign ~ Collected belts to
      encourage youth  to stop sagging their pants.
17) Sponsored the "Sistas United Food Bank" drive
18) Sistas United was an official team in the 2012 Step Out - Walk To
      Stop Diabetes Walk (held at the Washington National Harbor)
19) Sponsored youth to the 2012 International Horse Show (Washington,
20) Sponsored a Thanksgiving Drive to assist families in need with food
      (150 families fed)
21) Served as a panelist for an Abusive Awareness Seminar with
      Mandrell Birks of WHUR & HUR Voices -
      and the DC Metropolitan Police Department
22)  Volunteered at the Annual Cora Rice Christmas Party (500 youth)
23)  Co-Host the Christmas Event for the Prince George's County, MD
       Men's Homeless Shelter ~ Provided a hot meal, gifts and sang
       Christmas carols
1) Girls Mentor Group attended the United Nations Girl Up Pep Rally
     (Washington, DC)....Checkout the following weblink:
2) Girls Mentor Group visited the Great Black Wax Museum (in
    Baltimore,  MD)
3) Girls Mentor Group Celebration of 2011 Women's History Month
    (Movie Day - "The  Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman)
4) Facilitate an All-Stars Program for Youth (all males - grades 6th-8th)
5) Sponsored the 2011 Prom Social (to assist young ladies with their
    prom attire, "Free" dresses, shoes, purses, and accessories were given
6) Girls Mentor Group participated in the Sally H. Joseph HIV/AIDS 5k
    Fun Run (Capitol Heights, MD)
7) Co-Sponsored/Organized the 2011 Girl Power Expo
8) Took the All-Stars program participants to the Universoul Circus (all
     male group - 6th thru 8th g rade)
9) Sponsored a "Teenage Domestic Violence" series for girls
10)  Took the All-Stars program participants bowling (all male group -
       6th thru 8th grade)  
11)  Sponsored the 2011 "Tools To ManHood" Program (an event
       dedicated to all males)
12)  Sponsored a Youth SAT Workshop (7 week program for students
       9th - 12th grade)
13)  Fed the homeless (partnered with Sunday Suppers & Hip Hop
14)  Sponsored a Back-to-School Social ~ provided youth with school
15)  Participated in the "2011 Autism Speaks Walk" ~ National Mall,
       Washington, DC
16)  Sponsored families in need for Thanksgiving ~ provided complete
17)  Sponsored college student for Thanksgiving ~ Provided food gift
18)  Made and sold Christmas wreaths (Sistas United Entreprenuer
19)  Sponsored families in need for Christmas ~ provided food & toys
20)  Took the All-Stars program participants to a holiday movie (all male
        group - 6th thru 8th grade)
21)  Took the All-Stars program participants to a Christmas dinner (all
        male group 6th thru 8th grade)  
1)  Co-Sponsored/Organized "Stuff a Truck for Haiti" Drive
2)  Co-Sponsored/Organized "I Love My Body Campaign" for Girls
3)  Co-Sponsored/Organized a Book Drive
4)  Sponsored/Organized a Coat Drive
5)  Sponsored/Organized a Clothing Drive
6)  Sponsored a Zumbathon Fundraiser for a local family in need
7)  Sponsored/Organized a Black History Program: "Bold Soul Sisters"
8)  Sponsored/Organized a Fundraiser for: "Haiti Medical Mission"
9)  Co-Sponsored a "Great Jeans Give-Away" for girls
10) Sponsored an outstanding high school student (SAT fees, Senior 
      Graduation Package, etc..)
11) Co-Sponsored a Community Easter Egg Hunt
12) Co-Sponsored/Organized a "Boys to Men Empowerment Day"
13) Co-Sponsored/Organized the "2010 Girl Power Expo" in DC
14) Received the "Courageous Award" (for community service)
15) Participated in the Annual Community Mega Health Fair
16) Co-Sponsored a "Night of Jazz - Tribute to Luther Vandross
      Earth/Wind/Fire/ & Stevie Wonder (checkout the weblink):
17) Co-Sponsored "Operation Teen Status Check", focused on
       educating  and testing Teens for HIV/AIDS - "Know Your Status"!
18)  Co-Sponsored CAFY (Community Advocate Family & Youth) very 
       first Community Day - "A Day of Healing & Reconciliation"
19) Co-Sponsored "Dress A Girl Around The World" - Dresses made
       out of pillow cases and sent to Ghana
20) Sponsored a "Women's Networking Breakfast"
21) Co-Sponsored an annual "Back-to-School Supplies Drive"
22) C0-Sponsored the 2010 "Young Women Empowerment Day"
23) Created & Implemented two weekly Support Groups: Returning  
      Citizens (ex-offenders) & Women HIV/AIDS+
24) Sponsored the "DC Million Woman March Reunion"
25) Co-Sponsored the "Annual Community Thanksgiving Banquet"
26) Co-Sponsored the 2010 World AIDS Day Social (MD)
26) Sponsored the Sistas United Mentoring Christmas Party
1) Assisted with the organization of the annual Martin Luther King, Jr.
     Peace Walk (Partnered with the various organizations such as: The
    Washington Informer – Denise Rolark-Barnes, I  Have a Dream
     Organization – Keith Silvers, The A.N.S.W.E.R Coalition, The
    Guardian A ngels, just to name a few)
2) Co-Sponsored/Organized a panel discussion for African-American
     men at Southeastern University in DC (Obama and the Black Man's
3)  Sponsored Self-Esteem seminars (titled “Priceless”) for girls ages
     6-18 yrs. old
4)  Sponsored Financial Management Seminars for youth and adults
5)  Co-Sponsored the “2009 Youth Leadership March” held in DC
6)  Partnered with East of the River Clergy in DC, Community 
     Partnership (Gang and Violence Intervention and Prevention)
7)  Sponsored a Mother’s Day Spa Basket Raffle/Fundraiser
8)  Supported and starring in the production of the upcoming
     “Laws of the Street”, website: (supporting 
     the  Arts/Culture)
9)  Created and operate a Job and Education Preparation Program for
      young adults and adults (ages 16 and older – male & female), in
      Benning Terrace, Southeast, Washington DC.
10) Co-Sponsored the annual Back-to-School Festival in Benning
      Terrace,Washington, DC
11) Co-Sponsored the implementation of the CAPS Program
      (CommunityAwareness Projects and Services), a community
      service/volunteer  program endorsed by President Obama
12) Co-Sponsored the 2nd Annual Young Women of Color Conference at
      Southern Maryland Community College (There were approximately
      300 girls that attend) - Checkout the following weblink: 
13) Co-Sponsored a Sock Drive for the homeless, held in Forestville
14) Co-Sponsored the military Adopt-A-Platoon Program, in which we
      send a monthly care package (men and women) 
15) Created and implemented a weekly Support and Rap Session. This  
      program deals with everyday life issues and challenges. 
      Note: This program is operated via a mass conference call where 
      people all over the country can dial in every Thursday, from 7:30pm
       – 8:30pm (EST).
16) Sponsored an Appreciation/Fellowship Dinner for the participants of
      the Job and Education Preparation Program, Benning Terrace, DC
17) Co-Sponsored the “Sunday Supper ” program in which we prepare
      meals and go out into the streets and feed the homeless and those in  
18)  Hosted a health presentation "Childhood Obesity Prevention"
19)  Co-Sponsored a "Community Thanksgiving Banquet" (400 people)
20)  Co-Sponsored an event for "2009 World AIDS Day", where we 
       educated the public, distributed written information, and gave out
       Red Ribbons.
21)   Sponsored a winter coat drive
1)  Assisted with the organization of the annual Martin Luther King, Jr.
     Peace Walk (Partnered with the various organizations such as: The
     Washington Informer – Denise Rolark-Barnes, I  Have a Dream
     Organization – Keith Silvers, The A.N.S.W.E.R Coalition, The
     Guardian Angels, just to name a few)
2)  Collaborated with the organization of the Martin Luther King, Jr.
      Peace Walk Rally (Held at Johnson Memorial Baptist Church)
3)  Sponsored a Domestic Violence program (Held at Johnson Memorial
     Baptist Church, Washington DC)
4)  Created and Implemented an All-Girls Mentoring Program in the
     Benning Terrace area of Southeast,  Washington DC
5)  Partnered with M.O.M.S and Protest Easy Guns, lobbying Congress
     to implement tougher gun laws (Participated in a lie-in in front of the
     Supreme Court and the Capitol, in Washington, DC)
6)  Sponsored a Mother’s Day Spa Basket Raffle/Fundraiser
7)  Sponsored senior high school students (in need), to their senior prom 
8)  Participated with M.O.M.S and the Victims of Homicide Coalition at
     a Mother’s Day Brunch (Honoring mother’s who have lost children to
     gun violence)
9)  Partnered with East of the River Clergy, Community Partnership
      (Project NIA – Mentoring with a Purpose)
10) Supported and starring in the production of the upcoming
      mini-series: “Laws of the Street”, website:
11) Assisted/Promoted the Stage Play “Laws of the Street” at the
       Kennedy Center, Washington DC
12)  Sponsored a “Thank You/Appreciation” gathering for the cast
        members of “Laws of the Street”
13)  Assisted with the organization of the “2008 Black L.U.V. Festival”,
14)  Created and operated a summer program for the female youth in
       Benning Terrace, Southeast WashingtonDC. (Note: A grant was
       awarded to operate this program)
15)  Organized and promoted the Historical “Walk for Change”
       Walk/Rally in DC  ~
16)  Hosted a “Self-Image” Workshop for girls 7– 14 yrs in Benning
       Terrace (Ward 7 – Washington DC)
17)  Held a Voter Registration Drive for Maryland Residents 
1) Assisted Fire Victims in Greenbelt, Maryland
2) Sponsored Seniors In Need To The Prom
3) Collected/Distributed Fully Equipped Book Bags for Children (all
4) Sponsored a Fundraiser to Atlantic City, NJ
5) Became Officially Certified as Voter Registrants for the State of MD, 
     whereby legally able to register any Maryland resident to vote and
     make modifications to existing voters (Tawanta & Wessita)
6)  Organized The DC Jena 6 Rally in Washington DC
7)  Spoke At The Capitol For The Jena 6 Rally, Washington DC
8)  Organized the DC Jena 6 Follow-up Rally
9)  Sponsored the “Make A Difference Day” – Benning Terrace Area,
     Southeast Washington DC
10) Purchased Share Packages From The Church To Give To Families In
       Need  For The Thanksgiving Holiday
11) Sponsored a Coat Drive
12) Assisted with the organization of the “March Against Hate Crimes” 
13) Provided Security at the “March Against Hate Crimes”
14) Assisted With The Organization of the “March Against Hate Crimes
      & Police Brutality” – Sponsored by the Hip-Hop Caucus
15)  Spoke At The Washington Monument For The “March Against
       Hate Cri imes & Police Brutality” – Sponsored by the Hip-Hop
16)  Made A Guest Appearance on The International TV Show –
       "American Dream"
17) Teamed Up With The Organization M.O.M.S, Inc. and supported a
      Christmas Party Children/Survivors of Homicides (giving out food &
18)  Sponsored a Jacket & Boot Drive 
19)  Currently organizing the “DC Peace Walk” and the “National Day
       of Peace -Cease the Killings”, in celebration of Martin Luther King,
       Jr. Birthday 
20)  A guest on WPFW 89.3 FM – Voices with Vision (Black Dolls Issue)