American Urban Radio Network Helps Harlem


This month, the American Urban Radio Networks and the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce met with representatives from the Hetrick-Martin Institute to present a $10,000 donation for the HMI After-School Youth Center. The proceeds were generated by Team AURN as part of their participation in GHCC’s “HARLEM Week 2018 — Percy Sutton5K Run & Health Walk” which was held on Saturday, August 25. 

Ira D. Rogers, Major Giving Manager for HMI, said, “What an honor it is that AURN and the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce chose to support HMI in such an impactful way. HMI cannot provide the services we do without support of companies like AURN and GHCC.  Their generosity helps to ensure that our most vulnerable youth have a safe haven. This donation will help to provide our youth with basic necessities: a hot nutritional meal, a shower, and even someone to simply talk with. Their support helps to ensure that our youth can reach their full potential.”

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(Photo L to R) Jackie O, Instructor-HMI, Chesley Maddox-Dorsey, CEO – AURN, Greg Jones, Corporate Engagement Officer – HMI, Ira Rogers, Major Giving Manager -HMI, Jermaine Ellis, Program Manager, Community Outreach & Member Engagement – HMI, Community Outreach – HMI, Bob Tate, Board Member – GHCC, Andy Anderson, VP Sales – AURN, Stephanie Francis, Board Member – GHCC.


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