What We’ve Done


Donation made to local Primary School Library


Giving Back to our community:  Through collaboration with our Charity:  We offer students tools to succeed and reach their full potential.

We’re simply reaching out to students in need. Our charity partnership   has made a huge positive difference in several communities.

We offer support to children who have lost a family member through a line-of-duty.

Each year students from low-income families can apply for scholarships to help pay for tuition, books and other supplies as an opportunity to succeed. This is to fulfill their dreams in building our collective future.

violence-walk1Denim Day originated in Los Angeles in the 1990’s in response to the   Italian Supreme Court’s reversal of a rape conviction in which the Chief Judge asserted: “because the victim wore very, very tight jeans, she had to help him remove them, and by removing the jeans it was no longer rape but consensual sex.”  Women wore jeans to work the established “Denim Day” as a way of protesting the victims.

Since then, Denim Day has become a national rape prevention campaign to commemorate Sexual Assault Awareness month.  The month of April is observed as Sexual Assault Awareness Month around the country – by survivors, advocates, victim service providers, law enforcement, prosecutors, and the judiciary – to raise public awareness about sexual   violence.


Education, Race and Ethnicity: Credit Mother Jones magazine: In the Nation’s Capital, Fewer Than Half of Black Males Graduate From High School


On location for “Career Day Presentation” to 12th grade students. Eleanor Roosevelt-High School-MD


Career Professional & past students giving back to students.


Law Enforcement Community Supporting  the fight against  Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, and Homophobia