Groove Phi B.L.A.M. & G.L.A.M. - Boys Learning About Manhood, Mentoring & Social Assistance 501c3
RISE StepShow 2018
RISE StepShow 2018
RISE StepShow 2018

   
       
NANSEMOND RIVER MARCHING WARRIORS         
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                BLAM & GLAM         
        Presents         
               

RISE DRUM LINE & YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP STEP SHOW

               
        May 19th 2018 5PM         
                NANSEMOND RIVER HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM         
3301 Nansemond Pkwy, Suffolk, VA 23434
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On completion of the application package, please return to Carl Williams (charmink300@yahoo.com)       
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        Use Standard mailing option with money order       
        300 Pricess Arch Suffolk, VA 23435 ATTN: Carl Williams       
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We are seeking donations for us to continue delivering even more success in the future.  Any donation is greatly appreciated, and is a tax write off.

Who are we?

BOYS LEARNING ABOUT MANHOOD  and GIRLS LEADING AFTER MENTORSHIP

 
From helping youth with life skills, to learning social responsibility, Boys Learning About Manhood, a 501 (c) 3 non profit is dedicated to service. In 2013, B.L.A.M. added another phase of to the mission ---Girls Leading After Mentorship (G.L.A.M.) to provide a holistic mentoring program that addresses the social, emotional and cultural needs of all children ages 5-18. 

Our members are trained mentors, advocates, and role models for the youth within their communities. Through chapter operated one-on-one and group mentoring efforts, our members forge relationships that positively impact our children.

Our programs focus on building essential skills needed to become productive and contributing citizens.  Our youth become self-determined, focused with increased decision-making skills. 

We also are commited to community service, where a huge part of our program concentrates on activities and fundraisers.

B.L.A.M./G.L.A.M. mentoring techniques are developed using goal setting, parent participation and cooperation utilizing the following mentoring relationship models:
 

  • 1 to 1 Mentoring
  • Group Mentoring
  • Tag  Team Mentoring
  • Peer to Peer Mentoring 

 
Workshops and conferences for children and youth include topics such as:

  • Positive Self Identity and Personal Vision
  • Life Skills
  • Social and Emotional Skills 
  • Moral Character
  • Work Ethic
  • Lifelong Learning




 
 
 
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