Thats My Child

“That’s My Child” Founder Fakes Being Shot on Facebook Live

Charles Lee, founder of the non-profit organization “That’s my Child” attempted to use social media as a way to reach out to the community to garner more mentors for his programs. Around 4:30 Wednesday afternoon, A Facebook live appeared showing Lee covered in what looked to be blood calling for help after being “shot”. Lee later returned to Facebook live…

Local Youth Organization Raises $20,000 in Golf Tournament

That’s My Child (TMC) hosted its first-ever charity golf tournament on Monday, Oct. 26. The inaugural tournament saw over 60 participants swinging in the tournament. The money raised is used to help the organization with its youth’s needs for success. Despite the pandemic and weather related issues, officials say they had an overwhelming out of people in the river region…

Volunteers Serve River Region Organizations In Honor of Dr. King

City offices and schools were closed Monday for Martin Luther King, Jr Day. But volunteers used their day off to serve others in the Capital City, in honor of King. HandsOn River Region planned an afternoon of sacrifice to benefit local non profits and organizations. Hundreds of volunteers raked leaves, picked up trash, and cleaned up Montgomery neighborhoods. Projects also…

COSA Holds Annual Youth Recovery Rocks Event

September is National Recovery Month- and it’s used to help educate people on substance abuse treatments and services. One local organization is using the month to celebrate youth who are choosing to remain drug and alcohol free. The Council on Substance Abuse (COSA) is working to help those in the River Region who are in need of substance and alcohol…

Prayer Walk in Washington Park Saturday, March 2

In the wake of recent violence in Montgomery, a prayer walk will be held tomorrow. All people are encouraged to come out and fellowship, pray, and walk in the spirit of love for one another and unity in Montgomery. The prayer walk starts at 10AM in Washington Park, at the corner of Early and Jordan streets.     Categories: Montgomery…

Volunteers Celebrate MLK Day Through Service, Sacrifice

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr lived his life serving others. Following his example, local residents volunteered at non-profits and served on the annual Martin Luther King, Jr Day of Service. Monday’s cold weather didn’t stop over 200 volunteers from serving on a day remembering an icon- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “Well my personal hero is Dr. Martin Luther King,”…