Fifth Annual Supporting Underprivileged Americans, Inc. (S.U.P.A., Inc.) Career Day and Back-to-School Backpack Giveaway Rally #SupaInc #SupaCareerDay #BackPackGiveAway

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S.U.P.A., Inc. #SupaInc in collaboration with Sunrise Children’s Foundation presents its fifth annual Career Day and Back-to-School Backpack Giveaway Rally. In addition to giving away 200 backpacks and school supplies, there will also be food, free haircuts donated by Mr. Barber NLV and motivation speaker Vital Germaine.

"Children should have every opportunity to succeed in the classroom, not be held back by circumstances over which they have no control. I believe equipping children with the proper supplies and tools, will make the academic year ahead of them a successful one,” said Patrick Clark, Founder, S.U.P.A.

WHAT: S.U.P.A., Inc. #SupaInc in collaboration with Sunrise Children’s Foundation presents its fifth annual Career Day and Back-to-School Backpack Giveaway Rally. In addition to giving away 200 backpacks, and school supplies, there will also be food, free haircuts donated by Mr. Barber NLV and motivation speaker Vital Germaine!

WHO: We have combined a career day in addition to the backpack drive, to not only give underprivileged children what supplies they need but to also make an IMPACT! The speakers will be giving them insight into the choices they have made which lead to their successes, but also their failures. This will allow the children to gain a full understanding of how important decision-making is. Hopefully, some of the careers being presented may also spark the interest of children to want to go into that respective field. “S.U.P.A., Inc., Career Day #SupaCareerDay event is to help students realize the importance of choosing a career based on interests and personality style,” said Lynne Jasames, Executive Director, S.U.P.A., Inc.

WHERE: Sunrise Children’s Foundation, 2795 East Desert Inn Road, Suite 200, Las Vegas, NV 89121

WHEN: Sunday, August 5th, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

WHY: “Children should have every opportunity to succeed in the classroom, not be held back by circumstances over which they have no control. I believe equipping children with the proper supplies and tools, will make the academic year ahead of them a successful one,” said Patrick Clark, Founder, S.U.P.A., Inc.

We understand the mental and emotional toll it takes on students, on the first day of school. When they compare themselves with other students who have the proper tools and they don’t. Not only does this affect their academics, but also affects their confidence. We want to maximize their potential and eliminate every excuse possible. To ensure the best opportunity for them to focus on their education. We have gotten away from the village mind state, that it takes a whole village to raise a child. S.U.P.A., Inc. wants to put that mentality back into the community. And it starts with us!

About Supporting Underprivileged Americans, Inc. (S.U.P.A., Inc.)
S.U.P.A., Inc. which stands for Supporting Underprivileged Americans, Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) founded in 2013, on the belief that change will come only if we each do our part. Dedicated to empowering young people to rise above their environmental circumstances and to reach their full potential, S.U.P.A., Inc., will provide the services that will empower not only youth but the families who surround and support them such as: #SUPASTEAM Academy: STEM+Arts Education S.T.E.A.M. Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Arts

About Sunrise Children’s Foundation
Sunrise Children’s Foundation (SCF) delivers a full scope of services from birth to five and provides a comprehensive continuum of care to ensure that children in Nevada have a chance at success. Founded in 1993, SCF currently employs approximately 130 individuals and touches the lives of over 150,000 children and families annually.

About Vital Germaine Engage
Vital Germaine, Keynote Speaker, Consultant and Top Selling Author. He's traveled the world and spoken to Fortune 500 companies to inspire relevant paradigm shifts in culture and leadership. His mission is to install belief and self-confidence in young adults, so they can dream more and become more. "I want to plant seeds of hope and belief and create positive ripples."

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