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The Annual Let The Kids Grow Foundation Black Tie Celebrity Dinner celebrates the Inspiring of the Next Generation with 2012 Honorees

Nationwide (BlackNews.com) — The Let The Kids Grow Foundation will honor several honorees for their hard work, struggle and success at its Annual Let The Kids Grow Foundation Black Tie Celebrity Dinner.

The Let The Kids Grow Foundationis is a non-profit organization whose mission is to develop youth and their families through out-of-school time and family strengthening programs in their communities. Founder Percy Miller has discovered a way to help keep inner city youth off the streets away from drugs and gang violence by providing a safe haven for kids to express themselves with positive energy through music, film and dance. The foundation also offers an after-school program where the kids have access to academic support and guidance counseling.

2012 honorees (including Tyler Perry, Dwight Howard, Usher, Kirstie Alley, Romeo Miller and Nick Cannon), will be honored for their hard work, struggle and success, which inspires the next generation.

The organization promotes healthy relationships, provide valuable life experiences through performing arts, film, photography, field trips and strengthen families through activities that encourage family education and togetherness. Their goal is to help kids and their families break negative cycles, have the power of vision and to follow their dreams, giving youth a safe haven and the opportunity to grow and develop a positive future.

For more information, visit www.LetTheKidsGrow.org

 

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