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5th Annual Community Luncheon

December 2, 2021 @ 11:00AM — 12:00PM Central Time (US & Canada)

Tunica National Golf & Tennis Center : 1 Champion Lane Robinsonville, MS 38664 Get Directions


Together We Can Close the Learning Gaps!

The Annual Community Fundraising Luncheon was initially designed to celebrate the community coming together to address the issues of low literacy, low reading grade levels, and behavior issues. Family Biz Builder now serves Tunica, Coahoma, and Desoto counties providing mentoring services and homework assistance to help close the learning gap.

Can you remember a time when your child was stressed over getting homework completed? Were you wondering how you can help them get it done? Family Biz Builder is working with Maryah and Madison, twin participants in the Literacy & Education Program, trying to figure out how.

Maryah and Madison attend the FBB Training Center twice a week, with their mentoring coach, Carolyn, on-screen because Mom is working. Last week, they were stressed out. Why? you say. They were stressed because they had a list of homework assignments from school and did not know how to do it. They qualified for the homework assistance provided by FBB because they worked on their learning path for 30 minutes per subject, per week. The subjects are math, reading, and language arts. Coach Carolyn, at a distance, received a picture of their homework and was able to help them complete it. The stress was gone and the smiles were on their faces! Many of our kids are experiencing the same thing.

Attend our virtual community luncheon to learn how to provide mentoring services and homework assistance and help kids like Maryah and Madison! You can attend the virtual event: purchase a ticket, make a donation or become a sponsor. Click the RSVP or DONATE button NOW!

A big thank you to our sponsors!

Platinum Donor
Camille Leatherman
Diamond Donor
Caesar's Entertainment
Michael Johnson
Gold Donor
Walmart Foundation
Bronze Donor
Fitz Tunica Casino
Vivian Thompson

$3,840 raised by 22 people