Help Me M.A.D. (Make A Difference)

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A nonprofit fundraiser supporting

Toast for Charity
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Take Action: Success is not guaranteed, but inaction will guarantee failure! Doing your part matters


raised by 10 people

$1,000 goal

Toast for Charity is a 501c3 non-profit organization created by concerned millennials who were compelled to affect change within their community. Our mission is to spark a love for reading, and provide scholarship and mentorship through our Emerging Difference Makers programs. Our vision is to illuminate the path to lifelong success for kids of color in southern Dallas, TX.

We call these individuals Difference-Makers!

As a committed difference maker and newly appointed fundraising chair for Toast For Charity, I'm allowing my actions to demonstrate my support for removing barriers that impede the success of our children. The goal of my action is to raise at LEAST $1,000 to support the endeavors of Toast For Charity. Another goal of mine would be to find 3 change agents who not only support financially but support in the endeavor of pushing the mission of TFC further so that our support is not limited but limitless in possibilities. I ask that all that can, please support us in our endeavor to support our youth!

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Who am I?

Nathaniel Palmer, born and raised in Little Rock Arkansas, has always had the passion to epitomize the meaning of his name- “giver.” At an early age, Nathaniel sought to involve himself in community outreach. He worked at numerous boys and girls clubs in his high school years while also serving as ambassador for Youth Intervention Projects. Mr.Palmer attended and received his undergraduate degree from Arkansas Tech, the same University in which he became apart of the Nu Alpha chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated. Through his fraternity, Nathaniel became an advocate for community, brotherhood, and serving others. As a 3-year Resident assistant, African American Student Association President, and the Creative Events Chair For the Student Activities Board, Mr. Palmer knew leadership was in his calling. He took his desires to further his education and passion of leadership to Northeastern State University, where he received his master’s degree in higher education, with an emphasis in adult leadership. While obtaining his master’s degree, Mr. Palmer never lost his love for serving and giving to others, and thus, served as the school’s Hall Director. After receiving his master’s degree, Mr. Palmer took a leap of faith and moved to Texas in 2020. Initially, he served as the Career Readiness and Transition Chair at Job Corp Northern Texas. However, Mr. Palmer was led directly back into a servant’s position with youth when he was offered his current job: a social and emotional counselor serving Dallas high schools. Initially, he began at South Oak Cliff High School. In this position, Mr. Palmer impacted the lives of countless young men by giving them tools to develop their social and emotional toolboxes`. Not taking his position lightly, Mr. Palmer became well known in his personal and work community as an empathetic leader who is also not afraid to serve for the betterment and progression of himself and those around him. Most recently, Mr. Palmer’s work has continued with the same title but at North Dallas High School. He is so honored and grateful that he can continue giving and serving the youth, as he understands that they are our future. He feels it’s important to mention, if he isn’t serving up around his school, you can find him serving up his tasty fried catfish over a game of spades. In Mr. Palmer’s free time he creates sneaker inspired coloring books with an emphasis on self-expression and therapeutic release. Mr. Palmer is eager to see what the future holds for himself and his community.

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Organized By Nathaniel Palmer

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