FYP: Rise to Power Benefit Concert

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April 7-12 is National Youth Violence Prevention Week and theFenix Youth Projectwill spread youth violence prevention awareness and while doing so will raise money for Salisbury's local non-profit,Stop the Violence in Wicomico County!
On April 12, 2014 @ 7:00- 10:00 pm

Stop the Violence Benefit Concert featuring talented performers from your local area. Also featuring DMV Artists. Dancers. Singers. Rappers. Food! $5 @ Door


All proceeds go Stop The Violence a local non-profit organization.

Stop the Violence Wicomico County began as agroup of concerned citizens, who in response to the growing concern over youth violence in theSalisbury area and the drastic cutting of Wicomico County outofschoolprograms, formed anon profit organization. Stop the Violence offers a safe haven and alternative activities that reachout to the youth most vulnerable to adopting a life of violence or becoming a victim of it.Currently, they operate out of Calloway Street Gym, where they provide numerous youth/teencentered programs as alternatives to violence and gang involvement.

Please join us at our other two events!

APRIL 10- FACE2FACE- a discussion forum and open discussion addressing the tension between law enforcement and youth in the community. Young people will have the opportunity to ask questions to a panel of our community law enforcers.

April 11- SpeakIT!- You have the open floor! Tell us what you think. How do you really feel about the "Sharkiesha" video? Is bullying an issue? What's the deal with world star? Speak it is a open discussion forum tackling the different topics such as social media impact, school violence, bullying and other. Special musical performance!

FACE2FACE and SpeakIT! are FREE!

All events will take place @ 504 EasternShore Drive, Salisbury, MD

Fenix Youth Project: Rise to Power Benefit Showcase

Saturday, April 12th, 7-10pm

504 Eastern Shore Drive


For more information, visit our Facebook page
Fenix Youth Project: Daily Time's Town Hall Meeting