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Curt Jones, formerly with bands, Slave, AURA, DEJA to donate showcase to charity event in Dallas! Brighter Generation Foundation for homeless and foster children.

Hidden From View

We imagine a world where we would like to believe that all children have a home. The local government is tasked with and obtains funding to provide for children that find themselves in unfortunate circumstances. That’s what orphanages and the foster care systems are for…to care for children that have no parents. And these systems must be working great because after all, when was the last time you saw a homeless child? That National Conference of State Legislatures estimates that “…on a given night there are approximately 1.3 homeless youth living unsupervised on the streets” (http://www.ncsl.org/research/human-services/homeless-and-runaway-youth.aspx). So either they are mistaken or we are grossly out of touch with what is really happening to our youth in America.

Because we don’t see homeless youth on the streets, we assume that either (a) there is no such thing as youth homelessness or (b) that the social systems we have in place to address and prevent youth homelessness must be working, but nothing is further from the truth. You won’t see homeless youth on the streets begging for money or walking about in broad daylight. Homeless youth become experts at hiding themselves because they are at high risk for assault, illness, and suicide and as many as 5,000 unaccompanied youth die each year.

Brighter Generation Foundation understands all too well the difficult situation in which homeless youth find themselves. Through the support of our donors and sponsors we are able to provide for the basic human needs of hundreds of homeless youth in the Dallas Independent School District. We supply items such as food, water, clothing, school supplies, and access to resources that can help them to improve their circumstances.

JOIN US FOR A FUNDRAISING PARTY!

54524364_2383382605013943_3703501031770947584_nJoin us for TACOS and TEQUILA on Thursday, May 16th  from 6pm-10pm, at Lofty Spaces in downtown Dallas for an unforgettable fundraising event. We have an outstanding evening planned for you. Come learn about the community heroes and what they are doing to end youth homelessness. You will also want to hear about homeless youth that are now on the road to success. But that’s not all. You won’t want to miss the live performance of singer, song writer, and record producer, Curt Jones, formerly of legendary funk bands, SLAVE, AURA, DFJA and his band, featuring the smooth vocal stylings of CeCi Jones!.

We will have a DJ LUV SSIK in the mix and last but not least do visit our Silent Auction where the proceeds will also benefit Brighter Generation Foundation. Get your tickets now because space is limited.

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Blog courtesy of Miriam Marsh Sifuentes, Founder|Chairwoman of the Brighter Generation Foundation.

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Havana NRG set to perform Thursday at Theory Lounge Uptown for Brighter Generation Foundation Fundraiser

The buzz is out and we are finally ready to get Summer 2018 officially started this coming Thursday, June 21st at Theory Uptown Lounge, 2912 McKinney Ave in Uptown Dallas as the very hot Havana NRG! are set to hit the live stage along with the World Fusion DJ mix of Rikki Rincon flying to Dallas just for this event! This event benefits the Brighter Generation Foundation, a 501c(3)  that delivers supplies, tools, resources, and access to education to homeless/foster youth. Donations received from this event will go to help buy backpacks and school supplies to homeless children. You may visit www.brightergeneration.org today to learn more.


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This event will also be the Official launch of the all new BellaGeneration Hair System women’s shampoo. BellaGeneration Hair System is a natural hair care and cruelty free company with a mission to unlock nature’s potential to deliver solutions that improve the quality of hair. This company was started by Miriam Marsh Sifuentes, a 3 time cancer survivor whom work day and night to create a holistic, organic, chemical free 2 in 1 moisturizing shampoo that works for all hair types, not just one segment of the community. Born and raised in Chihuahua, Mexico to a biracial parents, Miriam Marsh Sifuentes grew up with the complexities of her hair then later in life dealing with all that comes with battling cancer only to want the purest form of products used for her and others worldwide. A product that built it’s foundation of “wellness” before “beauty” is set to change the hair industry.  BellaGeneration Hair System will donate 10% of all sales to the Brighter Generation Foundation 501c(3).

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Together this event will be one not to miss. Bring your business cards and be the first to be able to pre-order/purchase on the spot as they arrive in July for the rest of the world online at www.bellagenerationhairsystem.com.  Everyone 21+ over are invited to attend this event, dress code is enforced and a $20.00 cover will help go towards the Brighter Generation Foundation.  We would like to thank the sponsors of this event, Crab Station, Law Office of Ramon Rincon and Ritmo95FM. Other partners we would like to thank include Detective Gomez, Creative Juice Online, M Power and Associates, BellaGeneration Hair System, Informate DFW Magazine and Bella Modeling School.

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Brotherhood 4 Good Fundraiser takes place Thursday May 17th benefiting the Ron Springs Gift For Life Foundation and the Brighter Generation Foundation

On May 17, 2018 at 6:00 pm at Verona Villa (6591 Dallas Parkway Frisco, TX) Dallas Cowboys and Ohio State Buckeyes will gather to honor Ron Springs and Terry Glenn. The Brotherhood 4 Good will feature:

*Dinner & Cocktails

*Silent Auction

*NFL Guests Appearances

*NFL panel featuring Buckeye greats turned Dallas Cowboys superstars, and NFL stars

*Private reception prior to the event start for sponsors featuring current Dallas Cowboys, Ohio State Buckeyes, and Dallas Cowboys Legends. Each sponsor table will have players dining with them.

*Live Entertainment by the Curt Jones Southwest Band! Curt Jones Band, formerly of 80s Funk bands, Slave, Aurra & Deja. Providing R&B, Soul, Funk & Blues music..Grown Folks Jam! Sponsored by BellaGeneration Hair System.

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Purchase your tickets and tables here. All proceeds go to The Ron Springs Gift  for Life Foundation and Brighter Generation Foundation. For sponsorship information please contact Ayra Springs-Foster (972) 922-6086 or Miriam Marsh Sifuentes (214) 477-4813.

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About the Ron Springs Gift For Life Foundation:

The mission of the Ron Springs Gift for Life Foundation is to promote awareness, early detection, prevention of kidney disease, and other contributory diseases and complications directly related to these life-threatening conditions; and to provide access to donor-oriented services and education in underserved communities across the United States. The Ron Springs Gift For Life Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3).

About the Brighter Generation Foundation:

Brighter Generation Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization established for the purpose of empowering and equipping homeless and/or homeless and/or foster youth to become the leaders of their generation.

Brighter Generation Foundation focuses on developing youth intellectually, emotionally, academically, and spiritually. Through the benefit of new relationships and character building projects, the youth of Brighter Generation Foundation will learn important moral and leadership qualities that will help them thrive in a positive environment. Brighter Generation Foundation projects are designed to meet the needs of homeless and/or foster children who are at risk and lack healthy support systems, guidance, and encouragement. Brighter Generation Foundation will also provide scholarship opportunities for the youth aging out, in addition to giving the youth the opportunity to participate in international and national mission trips.

 

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Brighter Generation Foundation provides mass donations to homeless students at North Dallas High School

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
May 2, 2018
Miriam Marsh Sifuentes
214-477-4813

The Brighter Generation Foundation, a (501(c)3 non profit organization led by Chairwoman Miriam Marsh Sifuentes recently provided a major diesel truck load of donations to help those in need in the Dallas/Ft Worth area. Items such as clothing, bottle water, non perishable food and more were given to much needed homeless families from the North Dallas High School program that works to create solutions for their 20% make up of the less fortunate that attend their school.

North Dallas High School was recently in the news for having the largest percentage of homeless youth, a staggering 20% of the total student body population is without a home to call their own. When the Brighter Generation Foundation heard and connected with North Dallas High School and their ongoing outreach to service their homeless children it was a simple decision to get them the much needed help. Upon receiving and distributing all the donated items, North Dallas High School Counselor, Barbara Scott-Ferguson had this to say, “The gratitude for receiving theses items for our students is just so overwhelming…in order for students to be successful they have to access to the basic needs of life … these donations will certainly help them in that endeavor!!!”.

The Brighter Generation Foundation could not have done this alone, the very generous help by Gil’s Trucking in West Dallas went way out of their way to store and deliver the donated goods to North Dallas High School and waiving all fees in doing so. We are very grateful to the entire family at Gil’s Trucking for offering to be there for us and the youth during their time of need.  Gilbert of Gil’s Trucking speaks from his heart when donating his time, services to those less fortunate, “I walk In the foot steps of the good Lord and my Dad. I’ve read and heard and seen a lot. You become more blessed when you give than when you receive.” Gilbert

Homeless kids fall under one of several categories:

  • They share housing due to loss of housing or economic hardship. They’re living in motels, hotels, trailer parks or camping grounds. They’re living in emergency or transitional shelters. They’ve been abandoned in hospitals. They’re awaiting foster care placement.
  • Their primary nighttime residence is a public or private place “not designed for or ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings.”
  • They’re living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, and bus or train stations.
  • They’re migratory children who either are migratory agricultural workers or whose parents or spouses are migratory agricultural workers.

Sources: McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act; U.S. Department of Education

Chairwoman Miriam Marsh Sifuentes and team have worked feverishly to ensure the homeless and foster kids are not forgotten. Miriam had this to say,  “Foster and homeless youth are already at a disadvantage in life and really need help with basic needs, school completion, housing, and many other things. This is why we at Brighter Generation Foundation exist…to let our youth know that they are not forgotten and that we are here to help them build strong and sustainable foundations.” . If you wish to make a donation to the Brighter Generation Foundation please visit the PayPal account that helps serve those in need.

About Brighter Generation Foundation

Our promise at The Brighter Generation Foundation, a (501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is to deliver supplies, tools, resources, and access to education to homeless/foster youth. Board Members include Miriam Marsh Sifuentes, Chairwoman, Rikki Rincon, Co-Founder/Digital, Diane Collins, Secretary and Clifton Spinner, Director.

 

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