V3P has officially concluded its highly successful Summer-long food and hygiene drive, with South Pointe Middle School of Phoenix, AZ. After reaching out to many local companies and religious organizations, between the months of May and August, we amassed thousands of dollars’ worth of food and hygiene products and managed to consistently provide assistance for about 30 needy families. Although the drive presented some small challenges, we were able to […]
Four African-American teenagers have exemplified the true meaning of saying no to peer-pressure. After being approached by local gang members and presented with an opportunity to become members of the gang, the teens made a definitive move to refuse the cancerous offer; instead, they went looking for employment.
Their job hunt led them to the office of The LaGrange Housing Authority CEO, Zsa Zsa Heard. After being thoroughly questioned by Heard, […]
“The future belongs to those who prepare for it today.”- Malcolm X.
A determined African-American teenager by the name of Fred Barley, has caught our attention at V3P. One hot summer day, Fred decided to ride 50 miles on a bicycle, just to camp out on the campus grounds of Gordon State University, until school dorms opened up for Fall classes. After campus security found Fred’s tent hidden within […]
V3P and South Pointe Elementary and Middle Schools of Phoenix, AZ have teamed up for a Summer-long Food & Hygiene Drive! There are students who live in lower-income homes, and many are facing difficult financial times. We have decided to step up and collect donations of food and hygiene products, which will be helpful in assisting the families to make it through the sweltering summer months. If anyone would like […]
We, at V3P, recently had the opportunity to partner with St. Mary’s Food Bank of Arizona in hosting a local food drive. Through our service, we helped box up over 16,320 meals to help feed many starving adults and children. We had a strong turnout and it was great to see our community come together to help families in need. According to the National Center for Children in Poverty, […]