We at Mo’ MAGIC are organizing another magical summer for children and youth of the Western Addition. In our dedication to combating summer learning loss, we are coordinating enrichment activities and field trips for hundreds of children and youth in the community.
To support these summer learning activities, we will host a fundraiser on April 25 called “The MAGIC Show.” The reception begins at 6:00 pm, followed by a program highlighting the Summer of MAGIC, with performances by Pop Lyfe (www.poplyfe.com) and recognition of community leaders such as Hayes Valley’s own Richard Johnson. The suggested donation to attend is $75 ($50 for Western Addition residents and service providers, and $20 for youth), but any amount is appreciated.
The MAGIC Show
Monday, April 25, at 6:00 pm
Yoshi’s San Francisco
1330 Fillmore Street, SF 94115
Mo’ MAGIC (Fillmore Mobilization for Adolescent Growth in our Communities) is a collaboration of organizations and community members working together to create opportunities for youth to grow and learn. For this summer’s events we need to raise $50,000 to cover the cost of:
- 8 literacy workshops for 450 children and youth
- 8 mentoring workshops for 150 youth
- 5 field trips for 500 children and youth
- 3 enrichment teachers for 300 children and youth
- 4 community events for 500 children youth and their families
- 3,000 books for neighborhood programs and housing developments
- Annual health fair and backpack giveaway for more than 1,500 children, youth and their families
Every tax-deductible donation, no matter how small will make a difference and is crucial to the support of our community programming. If you can’t donate money, please donate time and volunteer. To make a donation, visit our website atwww.momagic.org and click the “Donate Now” button, or send checks (made out to our fiscal sponsor: AAACC) to: The MAGIC Show, 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94102.
For more information, please call 415-563-5207 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
PopLyfe is leading the next generation of gifted musicians and artists ermerging from the San Francisco Bay Area. PopLyfe is ready to carry on the Bay Area’s history of delvier new styles of music and artistry to the entertainment industry.
Currently attending TSM (Tony’s School of Music), they are learning the business of music from a host of mentors including legendary guitarist and Grammy Award winning producer D’Wayne Wiggins of Tony Toni Tone. Following in the footsteps of Destiny’s Child and Keyshia Cole, PopLyfe is the latest project under development by TSM. Already being recognized as the “Lil Tony’s,” PopLyfe’s style ranges from Classical and Jazz to R&B and Hip Hop.
PopLyfe has played live across the Bay Area and beyond with performances at The Universal Gibson Ampitheater with Bobby Brown, Paramount Teater with Guy and Tony Toni Tone and opening for Artist Trey Songs at SF Mezzanine.
“The PopLyfe Project,” a reality TV show following the development of the group is currently in production. Watch out for the TV show spotlighting these artists from the Bay Area.
Dylan Wiggins, age 13 (Keys, Music Director/Producer)
Denzel Merrit, age 12 (Drummer, Co-Producer)
KehLani Parrish, age 13 (Lead Vocals, Writer)
Ranzel Merrit, age 15 (Sax)
Jaden Wiggins, age 11 (Bass)
Ali-Khan Lochin, age 15 (Dee-Jay)
Dillion Ingrem, age 13 (Guitar)
For more about PopLyfe, please visit www.poplyfe.com.