Manhattan Beach, CA (PRWEB) August 27, 2003
A Better Community For All (ABC4All), with the mission of "Maximizing Charitable Contributions on the Internet" and a recent nominee for a Tech Museum Award (http://techawards.thetech.org/) in Education (Nominee details: http://ABC4All.net/techawards.html) has a special opportunity unfolding to help fight obesity in children.
The Founder of Nutrition and Kids (NAK), Dr. Kim Gebrosky, (See http://www.nutritionandkids.net/10982/) has accepted ABC4All Founder, Dr. Burton Danet's invitation to meet with a group from Northern California, Multicultural Youth-In-Action (MYIA). The meeting is taking place in Manhattan Beach on Saturday 08/30/03 at 11:00 a.m. at The Residence Inn By Marriott, 1700 N. Sepulveda Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266, 310-546-7627. NAK offers a unique fundraising opportunity for schools and nonprofit organizations while focusing on overcoming obesity in children.
Dr. Kim Gebrosky, the Founder of Nutrition and Kids in Newport Beach, CA, has created an extremely well received CD-ROM game that helps to educate kids and families on healthy eating. With growing numbers of national endorsements, NAK is tapping into a great deal of support from people and organizations including government and media. NAK is getting the word out about obesity in children and is becoming a very positive PR machine across the USA!
A visit to http://www.nutritionandkids.net/10982 -- click on SAMPLE GAME -- demonstrates more about NAK, about to be featured in the National Issue of "Science Weekly" to be distributed to schools all over the country this fall.
The epidemic of obesity and diabetes in kids is rampant. The NAK CD-ROM game is all about educating kids and families to making wiser food choices.
Any school or non-profit, earns $5 from every CD-ROM order! Children can take a brochure home to show their parents, and all can learn about nutrition from the game (played similarly to TV's "The Millionaire" show).
The group, Multicultural Youth-In-Action (MYIA), is coming down from Northern CA to meet with Dr. Gebrosky and ABC4All. The Founder of MYIA, Myia Jones, is 11 years old. She attends Vacaville Christian School in Vacaville, California. In the year 2002, she created the Multicultural Youth-in-Action (MYIA) group. The goal of this group is to produce four community service activities per year that encourage young people to be intimately involved with positive societal events.
During the first year, since its inception, the Jones family has continued to sponsor these positive youth events with the expectation that young people will be inspired to be a positive member of our society. Myia is both the visionary founder and President of the MYIA club.
She is either a current or past member of the various organizations noted below:
1. Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Â Basketball
2. National Junior Basketball (NJB)
3. Junior Basketball Association (JBA)
4. Lil Ringers Northern California Golf Association
5. Vacaville Christian School Marching Band (Clarinet player)
6. Math, Engineering and Science Academy (MESA-UC Berkeley)
7. Honor Roll; Vacaville Christian School.
Herb Jones is both Chairman of the Board for the MYIA group and an active duty Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy. Herb's wife, Christa Jones, is Vice Chairperson of the Board for the MYIA group, and both a California State licensed Registered Nurse and Real Estate sales professional.
MYIA group's planned activities for 2003 to date have included:
Youth Educational Investment Day (Sat., July 26, 2003; 3:00pm)
Community Service with Senior Citizens (Sat., August 2, 2003)
MYIA group: Herb Jones, CEO, (707) 452-0831 or email@example.com
NAK: Dr. Kim Gebrosky, Founder, (949) 455-2772 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ABC4All: Burton Danet, Ph.D., Founder, (310) 712-5477 or ABC4All@att.net