Message From CEO

I have so many parents calling me about the Don’t Bully ME! Prince & Princess Ball next weekend and getting tickets. Our board chair has instructed we keep tickets $25 until end of week to allow more to attend at a discounted rate. We care about the community and want to ensure all enjoy a wonderful night on the town. To the parents that’s bringing a child that has been bullied..KUDOS! We have to teach our children that they are born into a Royal Bloodline. We must encourage, motivate and empower the youth we serve. I’ve always taught my grand-daughters that they are princesses. They are very special to us (Grandparents) and every Princesses has a Prince Charming and should be treated as such.
 
Teach your girls now that they are princesses. Teach them to be classy in every aspect of their lives. Being classy doesn’t mean you are STUCK UP…it means you are CONFIDENT when you enter a room and when you speak. I pray more parents, friends, teachers, principles and community leaders take advantage of this event, as it is not to promote our organization, its to encourage our youth and adults that has been told they are not what they should be, that BULLYING IS NOT ACCEPTED!
Mermaid Tales & Fairy Tales will be our Special Guest

Mermaid Tales & Fairy Tales will be our Special Guest

Texas storm destroys communities…Youth Anti-Bullying Advocate Affected!

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Support at-risk youth for Christmas!

Support at-risk youth for Christmas!

abby2 abby1Abby Belcher, a quiet, low-key behind the scenes type youth with a loud voice when it comes to supporting the community and youth!  Abby recently took a trip to Dubai on Christmas day to discuss business in regards to youth and her anti-bullying crusade.  Little did she and her family know that the day the packed their clothes and locked their home, would be the last time they saw their home.  December 26, 2015 a vicious storm hit North Texas and the city of Rowlett, Texas was one of many cities impacted by the storm.  The tornado claimed 11 lives and over 400 homes where damaged.   Abby has supported Headline Mentors & Performing Arts and many other organizations with many events and causes.  We are saddened by the loss of the home, but gladdened to know they are safe and alive.  Headline Mentors & Performing Arts has started a GoFundMe account to help them with basic needs and help Abby gain supplies and things she lost and  used for her organization Abby’s Pledge. 

Community destroyed...

Community destroyed…Please donate today and support this family and others that has been affected!

Don’t Bully ME! Youth Actress Sarita Aguilar takes home the win! Encouraging Acting For A Greater Cause Youth Program!

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Sarita Aguilar is excited about her win at the DPI Playwright Gala in San Antonio TX.  She wasn’t able to attend due to unforeseen circumstances, but Playwright Director, Producer & Writer Jeanette Greenwood accepted her award!  Sarita meets Mrs. Greenwood at her class to get her award and while she was there she motivated the class of “Acting For A Greater Cause” to continue the dream of acting!

“Is she a real actor” ask one of the youth in the class. Little Natalie was so excited to meet Sarita an award winner and actress.

 

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