Dear Citywide Youth Development Partner,

I am grateful for the support that Citywide Youth Development has received from the west and south Baltimore communities, our state and local leaders, corporations and foundations. Our mission…and my life’s work, is to shine a light and bring opportunities for employment, to the  most economically challenged communities.  Communities that if given the resources, would be good stewards of their communities and their families.

Without your support, we would be unable to move forward with our groundbreaking of our 11,000-square-foot Entrepreneurs Making and Growing Enterprises (or EMAGE) Center next Friday, June 7th @ 10a.m. at 2112 W. North Avenue.

We are exited to be apart of the new renaissance taking place in west Baltimore, not far from Coppin State University. The  EMAGE Center will be home to two entrepreneurial programs, our sorbet business called Frozen Desert Sorbet and  our Made in BMore apparel manufacturing business. Drawing a contrast from hopelessness to HOPE. Once the focus of the national media as a result of the uprising of 2015, related to Freddie Gray’s death, we intend to seed and cultivate those in and around the community, who hope for a better Baltimore.

Please RSVP to events@karenmillerconsulting.com if you will be joining us.  We will be serving our Frozen Desert Sorbet and giving away merchandise from our Made in BMore clothing line, while supplies last.  

Please come and be a part of the solution.

For media inquiries, please contact our media consultant, Karen Miller via email at karen@karenmillerconsulting.com or via cell at 443.838.1518.

In service,

Rasheed Aziz, Founder
Citywide Youth Development