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Apr 28, 2015 3:15 EST

GET OFF THE BLOCK PROGRAM #GOTB: an after-school/weekend program for young aspiring entrepreneurs ages 13-19

iCrowdNewswire - Apr 28, 2015

GET OFF THE BLOCK PROGRAM #GOTB

 

From Greg Rogers & Javar Fulton

Skytopian Umbrella INC, is raising funds to establish the GET OFF THE BLOCK PROGRAM as a after-school/weekend program for young aspiring entrepreneurs ages 13-19.

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OUR BEGINNING

The Get Off The Block Program will provide young aspiring entrepreneurs an opportunity to express themselves while channeling their particular gift to the world.  

OUR GOAL

The Get Of The Block Program is focused on empowering urban and rural communities on how to become self sufficient. We will provide an opportunity for economic growth and teach the importance of togetherness.

OUR PRODUCTS

We have established a sustainable clothing venture with our Biodegradable Research and Development Program. This allows the program to promote a pollution free environment one product at a time. Those funds will be invested right back into the development of community centers, scholarship funds, childrens books, and multiple research centers for the cure of diseases.

OUR STAMP- “PLACE YOUR PRINT ON THE WORLD”

This certifying stamp will allow donors, volunteers, partners, and investors to recognize their individual impact by placing their personal fingerprint on our sustainable products and the community. This stamp signifies the importance of Unity, Community, and Environmental development. People will have the opportunity to make a personal contribution into their community and around the world. In addition to this contribution, participants are changing themselves, their community, and PLACING THEIR PRINT ON THE WORLD. This will create a unique way towards community development and raise consciousness to save our planet.

FUNDS

The revenue generated from this campaign/program will be used to purchase equipment, materials, and space to begin to facilitate the program. Once the program is operational, funds will go directly to the creation of scholarships, program development, staff, and most importantly improving our communities. 

 

 
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