RealClassE INC will be hosting a free community event, which includes a kickball tournament, in the coming month.
Atlanta, Georgia – May 24, 2022 – RealClassE INC is ready to welcome summer on a splendid note. The leading Atlanta-based nonprofit recently announced a community kickball tournament in June, in partnership with BOSS Networks. The FREE community event aims to empower and uplift the area’s underserved black community.
Entitled “Juneteenth Kickball Classic”, the community kickball tournament will take place on June 19, 2022 at Perkerson Park in Atlanta, GA.
“We’re excited to share with you all that we’re looking forward to getting started in June with our long-awaited FREE Community Event. event aims to meet the needs of underserved minorities in the community, highlighting the strengths of black culture.We are also prepared to provide education in the areas of financial literacy, business and enrollment of voters to minorities,” said the main spokesperson for RealClassE INC.
“We welcome everyone to join us at Juneteenth Kickball Classic the coming month. It will be a fun event, filled with excitement, thrills and celebrations. And of course, your participation in the event would be a huge boost to our goal of empowering the underserved in the community. We would also like to take this opportunity to express our deepest gratitude to BOSS Networks for believing in us and holding our hand for the event.
The winning team of the tournament will receive a gift prize worth $1,000.
In addition to the kickball tournament, the community event will also provide a platform for local talent and the showcase of art. There will be food stalls so that participants can take a snack break on site. Additionally, the community event provides a great opportunity for local minority-owned businesses to showcase their products and services. Speaking, the spokesperson shared that the upcoming summer community event is driven by the philosophy of commemorating the rich experience of African American culture and engaging the community.
“We are guided by the vision and mission to promote confidence and competence among underserved minorities and to help them make connections for powerful networking and empowerment. We aim to achieve this goal by taking proactive steps to reduce the stigmatization of minorities by circumstance, poverty and emotional instability. We are confident that our initiatives will play a key role in developing community leaders and protecting the mental, emotional and physical health of families in underserved communities.
Based in Atlanta, RealClassE is a leading 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting competence, confidence, and building connection for the region’s underserved minorities. The organization aims to tackle the global learning crisis through engaging and interactive educational sessions designed to help minorities discover their unique talents. RealClassE hosts a variety of events and workshops led by subject matter experts and carefully designed to reduce stigma and uplift minorities.
For more information, please visit https://www.realclasse.com