MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. STOP THE VIOLENCE RALLY
The Martin Luther King Jr. Stop The Violence Rally is one of the largest youth events in California that features a VIP Reception, Fashion Show, Talent Showcase and more to create awareness about social issues that affect youth. The event brings together youth from all over the Bay Area working together to Stop The Violence. Civic Leaders, Business Professionals, and Community are invited to come have a great afternoon filled with music, entertainment and networking as we celebrate as a community and raise funds to support the great works of youth in the community!!!!
The PARTI Program features the Fusion Program with fashion events that allows anyone the opportunity to model regardless of height, weight, orientation, or ethnicity. Fashion show participants learn organizational and communication skills which assist them to improve their leadership skills. The PARTI Program fashion show promotes positive health and violence prevention. It also promotes, individual creativity, self esteem, self identity, discipline, written and verbal skills, goal setting, integrity, community service, commitment, accountability, teamwork, responsibility, time value, trustworthiness, respect, and citizenship.
The PARTI Program hosts ExPosure events (adults only) to raise money and support ongoing PARTI Program activities and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Stop the Violence Rally in January.
Local business and civic leaders join to support the ExPosure Casino Night and fashion show to help raise money for bullying prevention partnerships and youth programs throughout the Bay Area.
An evening of networking, socializing and philanthropy, to raise awareness and money for Global Youth Service Day. The event features recognition and awards to local community leaders and philanthropists, networking, wine tasting, appetizers, entertainment, silent auction items and raffles. Invited guests include City of San Jose elected officials, community leaders, media, and business professionals. VIP invitations are sent out through the local Chambers of Commerce.