Big Boi’s Big Kidz Foundation to Hold Community Fair


Antwan “Big Boi” Patton
Antwan “Big Boi” Patton

Grammy Award Winning, Savannah Native Antwan “Big Boi” Patton’s Nonprofit Youth Development Organization- Big Kidz Foundation will hold its 3rd Annual Community Fair at the Savannah Mall during the Foundation’s Annual Memorial Day Celebration.

Joined by over 20 vendors, performers and local supporters, the Big Kidz Foundation aims to empower the community and raise the awareness of the importance of the arts and humanities among our youth.

Participants include: Jennifer Lester, Big Kidz Foundation Executive Director, Kenya Cabine, Radio Host, (E93 FM), Kim Gusby, News Anchor, (WSAV TV), Kareem Hill, University of Phoenix – Event Chair and Donna Williams, Marketing Manager, Amerigroup. In partnership with Amerigroup, Big Kidz Foundation will hold a FREE Community Fair at the Savannah Mall with over 20 vendors and performers. Vendors will focus on youth development, financial empowerment, health and education.

The Event is open to the public. The fair will take place May 28, 2011 12 noon-3:00pm.

The Big Kidz Foundation is the philanthropic vision Patton, is an effort to take education and knowledge to another dimension. Established in 2006, with a firm belief that cultural exposure, musical and literary expressions, and the invaluable experiences of travel, makes for a well-rounded person, solidifies the result of the mission.

Big Boi of the Grammy Award winning duo Outkast, has had an enjoyable tenure in the music business and attributes the success of this group to their originality and non-traditional creativity.

Big Kidz Foundation Mission is to nurture the intellect of youth by providing them with culturally diverse experiences, in the field of humanities, which will expand their leadership abilities and create socialconscious individuals.

For more information, visit www.bigkidzfoundation.org .


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