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The Christopher Rose Community Empowerment Campaign

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Not everyone wants to get involved in the same way. On this page we have different options for ways you can get involved:
 
And to see what we've accomplished so far, please be sure to take a look at the Campaign's history timeline in "Campaign Updates" at the bottom of this page. :

Make a Donation

We need your support to promote this campaign and its initiatives.  Please pledge your support right now by filling out the following form.  Any amount that you can afford to give will be greatly appreciated:

Full Name
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Please indicate the "Other Amount" here:
  

You may make a tax deductible donation to support the development and execution of the Christopher Rose Community Empowerment Campaign by sending your check or money order to:

The Christopher Rose Fund
C/o HOPE, Inc.
Brooklyn Perinatal Network
30 Third Avenue, Room 622
Brooklyn, NY 11217

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We also have fundraising T-shirts available for a suggested donation of $10.00.

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Register for an Upcoming Event

Fun activities are a great way to get people involved.  Those who attended our Neighborhood Meet-and-Greet event in December expressed much interest in doing it again.  We plan to have such an event soon.
 
For more about some of our organization's activities check out our Recent and Upcoming Events page.
 
If you have an idea for a future activity,

Volunteer Your Time

Under this heading, we'll give information about how and where you can volunteer your time and energy.  Our organization is forming and growing and we have many ideas for initiatives to bring safety and other benefits to our community.
 
We would like to form the following groups:
 
 - Youth Development committee
 - Parent Support committee
 - Scholarship Fund committee
 - Male Mentorship committee
 - Evangelical Outreach committee
 - Community Awareness committee
 - Fundraising and Marketing committee
 - Media and Archiving committee
 - and more ...
 
If you would like to help with any of these committees, please click here!
 
Thank you!

Write a Letter or Sign a Petition

Here we might list the names of people to write to or suggest signing an online petition.
 
Please check here again soon! 
 
If you have an idea for a future petition campaign, please let us know.

Each one Reach one... help a teen stay out of trouble... put your money where it counts.....!
 
Sponsor wanted for tuition payment
 
Child name: Dimitry Ducoste
 
Grade: 11th
 
Total yearly tuition:15,000
 
 
The University Of The Haitian Academy
Marie Pologne Jaques Rene
founder/president
 
(011-509) 627-1472/741-0898
  • One time payment
  • monthly sponsor

Make all payments to Bank of America

Account number: 483003699873

Campaign Updates As of  October 2005 

July 2, 2005 -               Christopher Rose killed in Brooklyn over a friend’s Ipod.

July 8, 2005 -              Funeral Service and Press Conference at Brooklyn Tabernacle Church

July 9, 2005 -               Burial for Christopher Rose at Cypress Hills Cemetery

July 14, 2005 -            First Meeting of the Family Coordinating Committee to establish the Christopher Rose Community Empowerment Campaign Initiative.

August 8, 2005 -          Post Humus Community Service Award presented by NYC City Council

August 11, 2005 -        Members of the Christopher Rose Campaign marched with Danny King’s Youth Against Violence Movement in Brownsville, Brooklyn.

August 10, 2005 -         Interview by CNN as follow up to Christopher’s death and planned Community Initiative

August 15, 2005 -        Interview by BCAT’s Channel 69 regarding Campaign Initiative activities

August 18, 2005 -        First Community Meeting held in East Flatbush

August 27, 2005 -        First Community Memorial Event held in Bushkill, PA

September 24, 2005 - Community March Against Youth Violence held in Brooklyn

October 24, 2005 -     First Community Steering Committee Meeting held in Brooklyn

Interview by news 12 re: another 16 yr old stabbed by gang in East Flatbush

December 2, 2005 - “Neighborhood Meet and Greet” scheduled in Brooklyn as part of the Community Awareness Component (CAMERA)

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