Dream 4 it Gives Away 1200 dollars

Police commander, Eastern District, Baltimore City, MELVIN RUSSELL

Police commander, Eastern District, Baltimore City, MELVIN RUSSELL

AWARDEES, with their packages.

AWARDEES, with their packages.

JOSEPH O. WOODFOLK, educator.

JOSEPH O. WOODFOLK, educator.

Part of attending audience

Part of attending audience

Every year Rev. Dr. Anthony Brown, bestirs his foundation to give to the education of  Baltimore City youth. Unfortunately, most inner city youth never master those disciplines to meet the money requirements, thus the scholarship monies go primarily to the more disciplined kids, who live on the fringe of the city limits.

This year, THE DREAM 4 IT FOUNDATION gave out 12000.00 dollars in scholarship funds. This is applaudable, when one is left to consider, the first scholarship some eight years ago was only 500 dollars.

These scholarships are handed out through a concert presentation, of which Rev. Brown is the main feature on the ticket. This year his supporting cast were gospel singer, Maurette Brown Clark, (a Stella Award Winner) and Kadejah One.

In his potpourri Anthony Brown highlights persons who dreamed and “made it “in Baltimore. Joseph Woodfolk for his work in the school system, handling at-risk students; and Police Commander Melvin Russell of the Eastern District.

Who was it that said “keep hope alive?” To the foundation “keep {the} dream alive”.