KingdomCAME, an initiative of Community Families United Network (C-FUN) presents a mother’s day pop-up shop. This event will take place Saturday, April 30th, 12pm til 6pm at True Super Soak Car Wash & Detail. The location is 1030 Woodward Road, Midfield, Alabama. This event is a fundraiser to introduce our “KingdomCAME Opportunity Lottery”. This Lottery will give us a drawing pool of families in need. The money raised on Saturday will provide sponsorships for the first 25 middle and high school youth to join our IBeeWorking4Me Club. It’s a youth-to-work club designed to show youth ways they can earn money when real jobs aren’t available. We will work with one batch at a time. Our effort will be ongoing and our objective is to change the current youth culture by giving youth and their families a hope for a brighter future for all. Societal ills affect all of our environments. There’s no way to escape.
Attendees will be able to register their middle or high school youth in the “Lottery”. They will be able to help by purchasing my new line of turbans that I named “The Swirl”. There are several other styles of turbans that will be available. They will also be able to find large dangle-type earrings that wear well with the turbans. There will be random raffles to give away “pandemic mementos” such as my handmade Alabama/Auburn Kufi hats and masks sets or ladies bow headband sets. C-FUN will also give away other masks as mementos of the times we’re living. My thanks and shout-out to a special lady with vision and purpose, Ms. Deshanta Smith. She’s owner of True Super Soak Car Wash & Detail, who shared her space with us and worked with me to provide training and opportunities to several high school youth. May “The One” who really sees be glorified! For more information about our organization, please go to https://MyCfun.org, a registered 501-c-3, tax-deductible, non-profit organization.
Lois Simmons, Founder & Executive Director