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Black History Month 2024

Celebrating Black History Month: Believe in Me’s Commitment to BIPOC Youth Empowerment with The Bronze Chapter

Black History Month’s Roots and The Bronze Chapter’s Impact  As we honor Black History Month this February, it’s an excellent opportunity to reflect on the strengths, achievements, and challenges Black communities face. At Believe in Me, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering all children to develop the self-confidence they need to succeed, we recognize the importance

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Bryan Lara

Bryan Lara Receives Believe in Me Scholarship Award for Academic Excellence and Community Leadership

Believe in Me awarded Bryan Lara the prestigious $10,000 Believe in Me Scholarship last year. This scholarship aims to recognize outstanding individuals who have demonstrated resilience, determination, and a commitment to their community. Bryan’s impressive academic achievements and his unwavering dedication to uplifting those around him have made him a deserving recipient of this esteemed

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WSU Football

Believe in Me Champions Education and Athletics During the 2023 Washington State University (WSU) Football Season

Believe in Me, a dedicated organization committed to aiding students in secondary education, proudly continued its support for student-athletes in 2023. This year, we intensified our efforts by not only contributing to Washington schools’ athletic funds but also by actively participating in the Washington State University (WSU) football season. We secured season tickets for all

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Substance Use Disorder

Pioneering Youth Substance Use Disorder Empowerment with Believe in Me

Substance Use Disorder in Marginalized Youth Substance Use Disorder (SUD) among marginalized youth is a complex and pressing issue that demands our attention. These young individuals’ challenges can be overwhelming, but hope and help are available. In this blog, we’ll explore the intricacies of SUD among marginalized youth, identify risk factors, delve into the factors

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