Dream North Foundation Debuts “Story Time With Dream North & Friends” in the Bahamas – Broadway World | Candle Made Easy

The Dream North Foundation (DNF), a new Los Angeles-based nonprofit that hosts celebratory book reading events for underrepresented foster children both domestically and internationally, will deliver its signature “Story Time with Dream North & Friends” to its largest audience since Thursday of their inception, August 11, 2022, 9:30am – 1:30pm ET at the Atlantis Paradise Island Resort in Nassau, Bahamas. As August marks National Back to School Month, 50 participating children living in eight children’s homes on different islands will receive over $250.00 worth of clothing, school supplies, gift cards, toys and art supplies during the event.

The Dream North Foundation is a California charity whose mission is to advance the empowerment of disadvantaged women and children who have been victims of abuse, sex trafficking, court challenges, and foster care systems. The organization also offers programs for at-risk women and children, including rehabilitation support, group homes, and community preparation and outreach. This collaboration between the designated sites and DNF is intended to bridge cultural differences between local government agencies and the vulnerable communities they serve.

A comprehensive breakdown of exposure to the Bahamas is provided below.

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In preparation for the start of the 2022-2023 school year, the Dream North Foundation is pleased to provide special bags of helpful merchandise, supplies and supplies to children from the following homes: The Ranfurly Home for Children, Bilney Lane Children’s Home, The Nazareth Center, Bahamas Children’s Emergency Hostel, Cat Island Old Bight Children’s Home, Grand Bahama Children’s Home, Colby House and the Elizabeth Estates Children’s Home. The children present will also be happy. Attending guests will also enjoy complimentary appetizers, live entertainment and performance awards.

Most notably, Nychol Lyna, Published Author, Founder/CEO of DNF and Foster Care Advocate will read FORGOTTEN BABY. The publication outlines the story of Mytaé, a 16-year-old who loses her mother and enters a foster care system. The much-anticipated book has become a beacon of hope for children who resonate with Mytaé’s story and a guide for foster and adoptive parents through the inner worlds of children. “Both my co-author and stepdaughter were part of the foster care system, which inspired me to start this foundation. As a family, we want to show foster children that they are not alone and are loved,” she said. “The purpose of Story Time events is to give youth opportunities to look forward to, provide scholarship opportunities designed to help their future, and produce events that celebrate all that they are. The future is full of hope and we want it to last because life is beautiful!”

Bahamas Dream Wedding Contest Announcement:

DNF will also announce an unforgettable competition for women transitioning from “rough times to love times” which will include a dream wedding at Atlantis Paradise Island Resort for up to 30 special guests in summer 2023 as well as the donation of an estimated couture wedding dress at $2,000.00 $ for the lucky bride custom designed by luxury designer Galia Lahav of Beverly Hills, California. The prospective bride should submit a 60-second video explaining her plight before finding love, and additional contest rules will be announced on Sunday, September 4, 2022 at the Bahamas Bridal Association Trade and Bridal Show.

The Dream North Foundation is seeking corporate partners to maximize the year’s planned Story Time experiences. In addition to the event taking place on August 11, 2022 in the Bahamas, DNF is hosting a book reading for 300 children in Rose Haven in Portland, Oregon on August 26, 2022 along with a book reading with educational and writing components for 400 participants in the Windmill Library in Las Vegas, Nevada on December 10, 2022. Over the next few years, DNF intends to host 10 in-person storytelling events and over 20 virtual workshops to increase overall self-esteem for approximately 1,000 foster youth each year worldwide. To learn more about DNF and how you can contribute to their upcoming community events, please visit the following link: https://dreamnorthfoundation.org/donate/.

About Nychol Lyna:

Originally from Los Angeles, Nychol Lyna is a Los Angeles-based Newman Springs Publishing writer and founder of Dream North Entertainment, which founded in 2014. She has an extensive background in education, nonprofit and community development, working for organizations such as HeadStart, LAUSD, LACOE and Little Voices and FAMLI Inc. (Green Dot Public Schools). She was recognized by Congresswoman Karen Bass, Vice President Kamala Harris, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas and Senator Dianne Feinstein. As the founder of Dream North Entertainment (DNE), Nychol Lyna is a project strategy consultant and committed to helping others bring their vision to life while empowering women, youth and community empowerment.

About the Dream North Foundation:

Launched in September 2021, the Dream North Foundation (DNF) is a new organization that provides programs for at-risk women and children, including rehabilitation support, group homes, and community preparation and outreach. Our mission is to advance the empowerment of underprivileged minorities, targeting primarily youth and women who have been subjected to abuse and sex trafficking, particularly those who have progressed through the justice and care system, while recognizing the importance of bridging cultural Highlighting differences of collaboration and global unification. Since DNF executives, through Dream North Entertainment (DNE), have provided these vital services to benefitted populations since 2016, DNF was formed as the not-for-profit arm of conglomerate Dream North to provide deeper resources that benefit as many marginalized and underserved individuals as possible possible. learn more

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