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The B-AWARE FOUNDATION connects the arts and entertainment industry to the healthcare industry and community. We aim to bring AWARENESS to the communities that we live, work, and play in. We must make information readily available to those who search for it, and those who ignore it.


THE B-AWARE FOUNDATION realizes the need for AWARENESS and we want people to BE AWARE of the circumstances and consequences surrounding their decisions. If we spend more time discussing preventive maintenance the end result won’t be so devastating. With creative and groundbreaking events like A-TOWN DAY, we brought AWARENESS to topics from sickle cell and kidney failure to voter registration and diabetes. I lost my father in 2005 to diabetes complications and I feel that if he paid more attention to his illness, he would still be here. We promote one of the largest community clean-ups in the city of Atlanta through our partnership with Fulton County Community Supervision and Commissioner Natalie Hall. We paint positive affirmation murals in places where they’re most needed with our Affirmations Across Atlanta / America initiative. We’ve partnered with the Fulton County Youth Commission, Sam Flax, and the National Alliance on Mental Illness to help get the message to the people. We have other initiatives like Clothes Minded and Feed the Need that have been helping Atlanta’s underserved communities since 2007. In 2024 we’re launching a new Initiative called Mood Music that deals with the mental health of seniors and children that might be stuck in a nursing home or hospital. We must make sure that everyone has access to the pertinent information that can save lives, enrich our society, and lead to a healthier happier more prosperous life!­

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