"It Takes A Village" - Bahamas Relief 2016

Organized by: iCreate Community Leadership Development Initiative, Inc.

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iCreate Leadership Community Development, Initiative Inc. was founded by Geoffrey and Nicoya Ingram in Atlanta, Georgia in 2008. Their inspiration for this initiative spring boarded from the ancient proverb, "It Takes A Village" as part of their mission to empower and develop community leaders via working hand in hand with mentoring groups and others in teaching leadership skills to equip and develop positive leaders of all ages albeit primarily to young persons. Secretary and Co-Founder Nicoya Ingram is a native Bahamian and still has family and friends residing there. As such, she indeed felt an urgent need to do something to help those devastated by the most recent Hurricane Matthew. Several impoverished communities in the Bahamas have sustained severe damages. Some persons lost everything (homes, cars, personal belongings, etc.) Because of Nicoya's personal connections, iCreate will be able to ensure that the people in need will receive direct, non-delayed aid. All funds received will be used to not only feed, cloth, and replenish tangible material things but also to help rebuild homes that were heavily damaged or to completely rebuild for those whose homes were totally destroyed. We will not take the band-aid approach as we are planning to have this mission on-going utilizing our resources via churches, colleges and inspiring others to volunteer in this undertaking. More information about our organization can be obtained via www.icreateleadership.org



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