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Black Thought presents GrassROOTS Community Foundation Let's Move It:Philly
Saturday, February 16, 2013 at 9:00 PM - Sunday, February 17, 2013 at 12:00 AM (EST)
Let's Move it Philly! is a charity concert party held annually to raise funds for GrassROOTS Community Foundation to benefit poor women and girls health.
Let's Move It Philly builds on the First Lady Michelle Obama's fight against childhood obesity. Proceeds from the event support health programs for women and girls living in poverty
Let's Move It Philly 2013
Exclusive performances at Sigma Sound with:
Dice Raw, Truck North, STS of the Money Making Jam Boys
Doors at 9pm
$40 Advanced Tickets
$50 cover at the door
Donations welcomed: www.grass-rootsfoundation.org/donate.html
Must be 21+
Photo ID required
When & Where
GrassROOTS Community Foundation
GrassROOTS Foundation is a collaborative effort of Tariq “Black Thought” Trotter, co-founder and lead MC of the Grammy Award Winning group, the Roots, and sociologist, Dr. Janice Johnson Dias.
GrassROOTS Community Foundation (GCF) is a health advocacy organization that supports, develops, and scales community-driven solutions to the health challenges facing impoverished women and girls.
We provide funding and technical support to community based health programs. We develop models that are high-impact, evidence driven and context specific. We work with girls, their families and community members.
In Philadelphia, GCF funds and supports the C.H.I.C.K.S program. C.H.I.C.K.S: Creating Healthy Informed Confident Knowledgeable Selves is an afterschool health program at Harding Middle School in the Frankford area of Philadelphia.
Operated by Carson Valley Children’s Aid (CVCA), the C.H.I.C.K.S program offers the girls the tools needed to enhance, develop, and make positive changes in their lives. C.H.I.C.K.S is designed to teach the girls that SISTERHOOD is SUPPORTIVE, LOVING and CARING. (http://grass-rootsfoundation.org/chicks/CHICKS.html). The program focuses on health literacy, wellness, physical activity and professional skill development.