Be a Voice Ministry 28, a leading advocate for the voiceless, is set to receive a distinguished honor at The Mo You Know MLK Day of Celebrations and Dreams on Saturday, January 13, 2024, at 2 pm. The event will take place at the Smith Recreation Center, located at 1520 Slater Avenue, Fayetteville, NC 28301.
Be a Voice Ministry 28 has been recognized for its outstanding contributions to raising awareness about mental health issues, specifically addressing domestic violence, suicide, rape, depression, and PTSD. Through innovative approaches such as theatrical plays, galas, and community outreach programs, the organization has played a crucial role in fostering a supportive environment for those in need.
One of the organization’s recent accomplishments was the production of the impactful play, “It Is Finished,” which brought attention to everyday struggles faced by individuals dealing with mental health challenges. By acting out real-life situations, Be a Voice Ministry 28 successfully conveyed the message that the community is not alone in these battles.
In addition to their theatrical efforts, Be a Voice Ministry 28 has actively engaged with the community through various initiatives. This includes a gala that garnered significant community support and participation, demonstrating the organization’s commitment to making a positive impact.
The ministry has also taken its message directly to Cumberland County Schools, where they addressed youth, spreading awareness about the critical issues of suicide and PTSD. Their participation in a Men’s conference highlighted the importance of respectful treatment of women, contributing to the ongoing dialogue on gender relations.
An exemplary event organized by Be a Voice Ministry 28 was “Men Cry Too,” an initiative aimed at breaking stereotypes and encouraging men to express their emotions openly. This event not only empowered men to embrace vulnerability but also allowed women to gain insights into the struggles faced by men.
Be a Voice Ministry 28’s upcoming project, “I Spoke With God,” promises to continue their impactful work by addressing vital aspects of the human experience. Set to debut this summer, the play is anticipated to contribute further to the ongoing dialogue surrounding mental health.
Beyond their artistic endeavors, Be a Voice Ministry 28 has demonstrated a commitment to community service by actively participating in outreach programs. This includes collaborating with other organizations to distribute essential items such as gloves, hats, and snack bags to those in need.
The Mo You Know MLK Day of Celebrations and Dreams is a fitting platform to honor Be a Voice Ministry 28 for their exceptional dedication to raising awareness about mental health issues. The event will bring together community leaders, mental health professionals, and individuals passionate about making a positive impact.
For more information about Be a Voice Ministry 28 and their initiatives, please visit https://beavoiceministry28.com/.