Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Religious and community leaders unite to bring families together and focus on stopping violence in communities.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Paythia Jenkins
215-758-3815

Kendall Hayes
htspr@ymail.com


Religious and community leaders unite to bring families together
and focus on stopping violence in communities.

Camden, NJ & Philadelphia, PA July 28, 2010 – On Saturday July 31, 2010 New Start Foundations Project Build Up along with the Nation of Islam’s, Temple # Minister Wasim Muhammad and Reverend Tony Evans of 10th street Baptist Church will combine forces that will bring to light community concerns that too often go unheard. The goal is to listen to the concerns of residents and bring forth and implement viable resolutions.

The group will also focus on introducing programs for juveniles and adults, with special emphasis in the areas of effective living skills, job readiness skills, job development and job placement.

This event will be held from 3:00p, until 7:00pm at 10th Street Baptist Church, 1860 South 10th Street, Camden, NJ 08104

Paythia Jenkins, CEO stresses the need for support of their various up & coming fund-raising initiatives. “By next April, we want to expand the program and open a One Stop Center for hands-on training” she stated during a recent interview.

Although the organization has not received any funding, it remains, true to its legacy. Consistent with working on programs and services for at-risk youth, ex-offenders and welfare to work, NSF has become a vital resource for those in need.


About NSF: New Start Foundation, Inc, A 501(c)3 non profit founded in 2006. The goal is bring back the love, dignity and respect in communities and teaching acceptance of one another’s differences, while acknowledging our commonalities as we unite.

For additional information, visit www.nsfoutreach.org

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