NON PROFIT FUNDRAISER SHOW EVENT TICKETS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE
2023 COMMUNITY DINNER CONCERT SERIES
BAM FALL FEST-MUSIC, DRAMA & DANCE COMING SATURDAY OCTOBER 28
To provide educational and entertaining multi-cultural arts and productions which feature our program beneficiaries, linkage partners and BAM network of musicians.
Check out this great video
Our mission began in 2005 with the vision to provide transitional housing and supportive services for adult men from substance abuse, mental illness and homelessness; while sharing our love for Jesus Christ.
BAM House developed BAM Building Maintenance Services and BAM Foods as a means to financially support our efforts while providing paid on the job training for BAM House residents.
We provided Food service for special events and festivals and we provided contracted building maintenance and repairs for customers and supporters at discounted rates.
Bam House established reputation as a strict tough love program while helping beneficiaries to achieve their goals.
Our grass-roots efforts helped us to keep our doors open with a minimum operating budget.
We continuously fulfilled our mission by providing our residents with tools to become self-sufficient; which empowered them to pay their own program fees.
No one was turned away due to inability to pay. Our organization solely relied on the financial support of donors and payment of program fees by the residents we served.
CHICAGO PROJECT SAPP VIOLENCE
(AFTER SCHOOL MUSIC PROGRAM)
BAM house received a Grant from the State of Illinois Violence Prevention Authority, and with the support of Governor Pat Quinn, Former Illinois State Senator Annazette Collins and Chicago 28th ward Alderman Ed Smith we developed Project SAPP Violence. The project helped to reduce risk factors for violence and increased protective factors for youth ages 10-17. The after school program offered fine arts and performing arts activities to youth ages 10-17. The project was carried out at (2) two Chicago Public Schools, Marshall H.S and Tipton Elementary.
40 beneficiaries were registered for the summer camping trip which took place August 20- 24, 2012. Activities included: Camping, swimming, hiking, fishing, horseback riding, orienteering, music lessons and performances.
(SUMMER SCHOOL MUSIC PROGRAM)
During spring of 2022, BAM partnered with The BLACK MOTHER'S FORUM to provide summer school music programs to serve Phoenix youth. They learned music history, appreciation, basic theory and composed a song entitled "Love makes me feel happy and safe'.
MESSAGE FROM THE FOUNDER & links to original music "Written By Kevin Means"
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