• Posted on: June 24, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Denver Nuggets Head Coach, Brian Shaw, Hosts 9th Annual EOYDC Scholarship Fundraiser

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Contact: Dania W. Frink

dania.eoydc@gmail.com

(510) 501-0755

www.eoydc.org

 

DENVER NUGGETS HEAD COACH, BRIAN SHAW, HOSTS EOYDC’S 9th ANNUAL SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE SCHOLARSHIP BENEFIT

East Oakland Youth Development Center Awards Scholarships and Recognizes Community Leaders at Art, Wine, and Jazz Reception and Fundraiser

 

OAKLAND, CA June 24, 2013 – Something for Everyone is a private event hosted by Denver Nuggets Head Coach (and EOYDC alumnus) Brian Shaw, dedicated to celebrating the academic distinction of college-bound high school seniors and college students; participants of EOYDC’s Pathway to College program. Additionally, EOYDC’s Champions for Youth – community leaders who have made significant contributions to the greater East Oakland community, and beyond – are honored at this star powered fundraiser. Among previously recognized Champions for Youth are: Actress Brely Evans (Sparkle), D’wayne Wiggins (Tony, Toni, Tone), and NBA Rookie of the Year Damian Lillard.

 

When:

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Media Check-In: 2:30 pm

Reception: 3:00pm – 7:00pm

 

Where:

Private residence of Brian and Nikki Shaw in the Oakland Hills, CA

(Address will be provided upon event registration)

 

What:

A day of wine tasting, live music, fine art, networking, and celebrating scholastic achievement and servant leadershipThe 2013 Champions for Youthare:

 

The Honorable Congresswoman Barbara Lee

Donald Knauss, President & CEO of The Clorox Company

Gregory Adams, Northern CA President of Kaiser Permanente

Kim Delevett, Community Affairs Manager for Southwest Airlines

Lionel Bea, Owner of Bay Area Productions

Horizon Beverage Company

 

Guests Will Enjoy:

View photos from last year’s Something for Everyonehttp://on.fb.me/19kV4gm

 

About The Pathway to College Program (PTC):

PTC was created to prepare students to make a smooth, uncomplicated, and informed transition into college life. Students are introduced to universities and vocational institutions by way of academic counseling, informational sessions, guest lectures, and college tours – both local and national. PTC tutors students in preparing personal statements, and providing financial aid and scholarship search assistance. PTC also incorporates a rigorous leadership curriculum based in character education. These free services are offered from eighth grade students on up to insure that participants have an academic plan for success. PTC case manages over 400 students from middle school through to doctoral work, if desired. The program’s target audience is young students of color. PTC facilitates internships and transitions into professional careers as well. The 2013 class profile is as follows:

100% accepted to four-year institutions

96% will attend four-year institutions

75% GED students transfer to junior college

 

Donors and individuals wishing to purchase event tickets, please contact: Regina Jackson (510) 569-8088

Tickets are also available for purchase online: http://eoydcsfe.eventbrite.com/

(ALL Donations are 100% tax deductible to this Non-Profit 501(c)3 Corporation)

 

The East Oakland Youth Development Center (EOYDC) – a national model for youth development – strives to build the social and leadership capacities of youth and young adults (ages 6 – 24) so that they are prepared for employment, higher education, and leadership opportunities. EOYDC provides programs and services in the areas of Art, Education, Job Development/Training, and Wellness. 2013 marks EOYDC’s 35th year of service. Visit online at www.eoydc.org.

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