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Serving the Greater Memphis Area

Working Toward a Brighter Future

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Pearls of Service Foundation, Inc. at a Glance

The Pearls of Service Foundation, Inc. is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes. Its' mission is to impart character building and knowledge for youth, young adults, and families, enabling them to enhance their lives through community service. The Foundation promotes high scholastic and ethical standards through educational guidance and scholarship. Personalized programs and activities are designed to focus on self-reliance skills, academic achievement, leadership training, career development, money management, personal financial responsibility, preventative healthcare and community service. 

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Antionette B. Holman

Chairman

Greetings,

The Pearls of Service Foundation, Inc. is non-profit organization incorporated by the State of Tennessee in July 2008.  The Pearls of Service Foundation has collaborated with Phi Lambda Omega on a number of community service projects and fundraising events.  One example is the Pat Gill Showcase awarding $15,000 in scholarships to college freshmen.  The Pearls of Service Foundation and Phi Lambda Omega have supported community efforts such as Lemoyne Owen College, women health initiatives, financial literacy, and other community organizations and events.

 

The signature program of the Pearls of Service Foundation is the IVY LEAGUE which is an acronym standing for Investing Values in our Youth through LEAdership, Guidance, Unity, and Empowerment. The IVY LEAGUE is designed to develop and cultivate youth in the Memphis community to become strong leaders, choose positive lifestyles and make wise decisions.

 

The Ivy League are grades 8th – 12th.  This year the Ivy League participated in a ACT Workshop, Virtual College Tour, and a discussion on domestic violence.  They also completed community service projects with YWCA, Ronald McDonald House and the Memphis Food Bank. Members will be awarded a total of $7,500 in 2021 for senior scholarships, community service and Highest Grade Point Average.  In spite of the pandemic our Ivy League was very engaged in virtual events. 

 

Yours In Service,

Antionette Holman 

President

Pearls of Service Foundation, Inc.

“If you get, give.  If you learn, teach.”

Maya Angelou

Contact Pearls of Service Foundation, Inc.

Get in touch with Pearls of Service Foundation, Inc. to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

Ivy League Applications should be mailed to:

Ivy League c/o Kimberly Johnson
PO Box 172007
Memphis, TN 38187

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