Saturday, June 11, 2022Dreamlearners – Root of Soul: J19th FestLocation: Hanahan Amphitheater, 3100 Mabeline Rd., Hanahan, SC 29410
Time/Shifts:•11:30 AM – 2:00 PM (Setup and booth support)
•2:00 – 5:00 PM (Booth support)
•5:00 – 8:00 PM (Booth support)
•8:00 – 10:30 PM (Booth support and breakdown)
Hosted by the Grace Impact Development Center. Root of Soul: J19th Fest is an annual, immersive festival to celebrate African American emancipation and the vibrant culture that grew from that celebratory event. This fun, unifying festival will educate, uplift, and reaffirm pride in African American attendees, while allowing its host, Grace Impact Development Center (GIDC), to create an economic engine to fund local nonprofits and initiatives empowering the Berkeley County and Greater Charleston community.
Saturday, June 18, 2022Park Circle Cares – Monthly Food Distribution EventLocation: North Charleston High School 1087 East Montague Ave, North Charleston, SC 29405
Time: 9 am – 11 am (volunteers arrive by 9 am and food distribution starts around 9:30 am)
Hosted by Park Circle Cares is a nonprofit organization with a passion to combat food insecurity in the Charleston, SC and lowcountry area. On the third Saturday of each month, they host a free food giveaway in the lowcountry. Park Circle Cares purchases food from the Lowcountry Food Bank and other organizations, and then transports food to neighborhoods that have a high food need. Any leftover foods are donated to local churches and senior citizen homes. Most distribution events provide fresh meat, fresh produce, and canned foods & other shelf-stable food items.
Sunday, June 19, 2022DreamLearners – Lowcountry Juneteenth WeekLocation: Jenkins Institute 3923 Azalea Drive N Chas, SC 29405
Time: 5:00 – 10:00 pm (Doors open at 4:00 pm) (2 hour shift increments)
Lowcountry Juneteenth Week will highlight black owned businesses with curated events throughout the city. The festival will include a host of virtual educational seminars, a reggae concert, kid’s day event, art show, gospel concert and the festival’s finale on Sunday June 19th at the historical Jenkins Institute, a venue located on the Ashley River in beautiful North Charleston. The family affair will feature children’s activities, food trucks, vendors, demonstrations, performances, live concert, and more.
Contact: Karriema Calhoun, Yeakia Myers Johnson, Eric HP Harris, or Tiffani Fayall to sign up.
Led by Boeing Black Employee Association (BBEA) BRG, teammate volunteers will support with our DreamLearners program.
Tiffania L. Ham Fayall is a single mother of three young adults, she works as a Supplier Quality Lead on the 787 program at Boeing Commercial Aircraft in North Charleston, S.C. for almost 13 years. There she enjoys partnering with various organizations such as the Boeing Business Resource Groups “BRG’s” and Dream Learners, to help grow professional and individual brands in aviation through STEAM education, networking, and leadership. She’s very passionate about working with children and adults through community outreach programs and events. When she isn’t working or volunteering, she loves traveling, cooking, dancing, listening to audio books, and spending quality time with family and friends.
Tiffania is the President of Women in Aviation International- Palmetto Pride Chapter (WAI-PPC) of South Carolina- where she helps promote, empower, and encourage youths and adults in careers through scholarships, personal development, networking, and expanding the aviation industry. She believes, “if you put your heart in it, then what you communicate will reach the hearts of others”.
Tiffania holds an AAS in Leadership Development Management from Trident Technical College, S.C. and currently working on a BS in Technical Project Management and Human Resource Management at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University World Wide. She’s also a 2nd Lt. at Civil Air Patrol, Ace Basin Composite Squadron of Walterboro, S.C. as Safety and Quality Rep. studying Airborne Photographer and Mission Scanner, South Carolina Aviation Association, and 1998 Army Reserve Veteran.