Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 18, 2014
Fame and Philanthropy announced that its cause for its star studded event on the evening of the Academy Awards is to assist inner city children that are learning to become entrepreneurs. CITY, also known as the CITY Project, was founded by Chandra Stovall who formerly helped youth advocacy programs in Harris County, CA and in the Long Beach School district. She has organized small business ventures for youth to learn skills that can be long lasting pillars for success. The organization mentors youth project and money management. The organization precursor’s fundamental management issues that most inner city Americans experience. Job security, credit worthiness, and basic job skills.
"We are carrying out this mission through the Fame and Philanthropy event by influencing our Hollywood insiders, their families, and their friends to achieve a goal to seed fund CITY’s project. The objective is to help bring people together to create the kind of skill sets where the youth are self-sufficient," says Bob Dosil, Most Powerful List.
The Saturday before the Fame and Philanthropy Oscar Night the producers of the event and Most Powerful List executives have coordinated for a world renowned bass guitarist of a major rock band, a classical and pop cello instrumentalist, NFL Players, and video game entrepreneurs to meet with inner city youth entrepreneurs organized by Chandra at Community Inspiring Today’s Youth headquarters. The meet and greet is for the community leaders to learn more about the youth entrepreneur projects. The leaders will also speak to the youth about their experiences on the way to becoming a successful entrepreneurs. Portions of the meeting and press conference the weekend of the event will be broadcast through the internet to a subscriber base of over 150 million 8-18 years old youth worldwide. Fame and Philanthropy and Most Powerful List will name the celebrities involved the week of the event.
Contact Community Inspiring Today’s Youth http://www.tcpyouth.org.