Projects

THE ELAINE BROWN PROJECT

Focuses on TRAINING & NOBILITY development through hands on community service.  Advocating for activism, each participant will spend 200 community service hours working directly with MURUDEF’s TWYDALE MEMORIAL SCHOOL, Elementary and Junior High in Kenya and in the states local partnerships. Participants will take on community leadership adopting a classroom and a cause. They will be confronted with adversity and encouraged to put strangers before themselves as they pour into the forgotten children   

Ambassador and Junior Ambassador Program

  • Agricultural Development
  • Rainwater Harvesting
  • Architectural Enhancement
  • Adminstration Support

THE BARACK OBAMA PROJECT

highlights STRENGTH & SUSTAINABILITY development through entrepreneurial training. Each participant will be challenged to independently or collectively pitch a business idea. The strength and sustainability of any community is their ability to produce economic value.  S.T.O.N.E.S. is campaigning for new professionals to gain advancement in their lives despite society fashioned stereotypes by investing in each participants future with coursework in college readiness.  Nurturing the legacy of our HBCU’s (Historical Black College University) we provide summer bridge programs expediting higher learning while honoring our heritage to heal the infected communities. 

Comprehensive Economic Program

  • Financial Empowerment
  • Mentorship/Internships
  • Public Speakings
  • Business Devolpment

THE HARRIET TUBMAN PROJECT

OPPORTUNITY & ENVIRONMENT development is approached through S.T.O.N.E.S. travel excursions.  Participants are expose to new communities and cultures instantly expanding their way of thinking and coping methods.  Participants are paired with their A.C.E. (alter country ego) offering an exchange program to double as an educational experience turning mirrors into windows.  Our A.C.E. program helps participants escape restrictive concepts sifting through new strategies granting participants the right to discover their unique identity in connection to the world around them.  This railroad does not have to be underground. 

 

A.C.E. (Alter Country Ego)

 

 

FAMILY REHABILITATION PROJECT

To rebuild society we need to bring back the village by  rehabilitating the family structure.  “It takes a village to raise a scholar.” Through a culture exchange and training the family will learn the importance of family values and new coping methods to sustain the society through love and self esteem.

 

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