P.O.P. is a nonprofit youth organization that has in and out of school programs for the youth. Due to Covid-19 we serve the community as a whole.
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The world and how we live is extremely different. P.O.P. now prioritizes the community. Specifically areas that have disproportionate education, incomes, housing, and medical services.
United Way donated 3 grants in 2020. which enabled P.O.P. to support African American restaurants Madea's and Mo p's Restaurants in Ypsilanti Mi. During the epidemic by purchasing dinners to give to first responders at St. Joes Hospital and supplying gloves to Mo Ps. We purchased PPE equipment, which we delivered and distributed in disproportionate zip codes of Ypsilanti Michigan 48197/98 door to door. We helped struggling families with assistance paying bills and rent. Also, we gave 1000's of face masks to restaurants to distribute with meals.
In 2021 Walmart donated $1000 towards our Annual Feed the homeless, Target donated $25 gift cards to raffle at the event. Meijer's donated $100 gift cards in which we surprised African American small business venders at a POP UP Christmas event given by a nonprofit Dress For Success assisting them thru these trying times of the epidemic.
Seeing a need for energetic, nonprofit work in Chicago IL. we incorporated our organization to provide sensible solutions. P.O.P. started its actual Journey in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti Michigan area working with youth We've consistently grown since then, all thanks to the helping hands of this amazing community!
With the epidemic of COVID-19 controlling the world, the reality of the injustice of African Americans being killed by police came to a head for the world to acknowledge. It's time to also focus on communities, genders, neighborhoods and senior citizens that have a lack of inclusion, diversity and equality.
We offer in school high school programs keeping in line with our mission giving incentive to complete and further higher education. Community assistance by feeding the homeless & helping families with living needs.
Hi my name is Edna Joy Girma I was born in Chicago Illinois, I've worked with P.O.P. since it has been incorporated in 2008. I moved to Ypsilanti Mi. in 2004 because my mother was sick, she died in 2007 and that's when God gave me P.O.P. Ministries.
Whatever community I live in we start a program. In 2009 I won the UNSUNG HEROIN AWARD for my work in the community with youths. From the
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Articles – A storefront has recently been donated to P.O.P. in Chicago Illinois and we are currently taking donations to prepare this space with desks, chairs and computers to assist children and parents in their virtual education.
Mission statements – Our mission is to work with the community to empower the youth with faith, education, values and training that will assist motivating and preparing them for success. However, since the epidemic surfaced our focus is the community and helping to save lives.
Company policies –Power of Predestiny Ministries P.O.P. believe in equality for all races, we do not discriminate on any religion. We believe In God and Jesus Christ is his son, but everyone is welcome.
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Your contribution will enable us to support low income communities lacking in Diversity, Equality and Inclusion. Help us continue operations in Michigan and Illinois. We are very grateful for your generosity.
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