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year marks the 11th year of the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation as a
registered 501c3 non-profit organization and we could not have come this
far without your continued support!
In July we officially celebrated our 10th annual youth Leadership &
Arts Camp in Atlanta at the Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts with a
full theatrical production in the Peace Garden. Also, this summer, we
expanded our camp to Los Angeles and Oakland! My son Tupac always dreamed
of helping young people around the world through the arts. As a young
child he explored his creative talents and was given opportunities to
have his creativity nurtured and developed. We thank God for those
opportunities and the consequential accomplishments he achieved.
Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation and the Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the
Arts is the heartbeat of my son's legacy. Over the last 11 years my
family and I, through faith, have undauntedly exerted time, energy, and
hard work toward his legacy and running the Foundation. Fans, private
donors, and posthumous album sales have financially supported a
tremendous and extensive list of achievements!
One of these many achievements occurred on June 11, 2005 when we opened
the Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts Visitor Center and Peace
Garden in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Over the last three years we've built
a sanctuary that fosters an environment that encourages freedom of
expression and enhances the lives of youth through the arts. The Center
contains rotating exhibits, Tupac memorabilia, a gift shop, dance floor,
and rehearsal and rental space. Visitors travel to the Center and Peace
Garden from all over the world!
The Peace Garden provides visitors with a reflective, commemorative, and
tranquil haven. Replete with annual and perennial plants, trees, native
plants, environmental features, and green space, the garden also serves
as a convergence for community gardening and botanical education.
Thank you to all of our past contributors for your time, talent, and
treasure over the years! Your continued support and the support of new
contributors to one of the four donor levels will help support the Center
and Peace Garden. We ask that you contribute to one of these levels by
September 13, 2008. All donations are tax-deductible. Together we can
continue to impact youth and communities all over the world.
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WISH TO DONATE A MONETARY AMOUNT THAT IS NOT LISTED IN THE CORPORATIONS,
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DONATIONS CAN BE
MADE ONLINE AT WWW.TASF.ORG OR YOU MAY SEND
YOUR DONATIONS PAYABLE TO:
C/O JEFF PITTS /
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DRIVE, SPRING, TEXAS 77379
your old Cell Phones &/or used Ink Jet Cartridges!
Help the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation reach our
fundraising goals and donate your old cell phone and/or ink jet
cartridges. All donations can be dropped off at the Tupac
Center for the Arts at 5616 Memorial Dr., Stone Mountain, GA
30083. All donations are tax deductible. Cell phones must be
in good condition and must be able to turn on.
For more information: Contact TASF at
404-298-4222 or by e-mail email@example.com.