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Thousands of lives are lost each year to Pancreatic Cancer.
Your donation will help us change lives step by step

Providing Access to Dance and the Arts for Low-Income Communities

Providing Access to Dance and the Arts for Low-Income Communities

Providing Access to Dance and the Arts for Low-Income Communities

Providing Access to Dance and the Arts for Low-Income Communities


Drum Circle Audience, Nonprofit Organization, Grayson, GA

A Nonprofit Organization in Grayson, GA, That Celebrates the Arts

Make a difference in the lives of children who want to attend dance school by supporting B F Imani Foundation Inc. (BFIF). With your assistance, our nonprofit organization in Grayson, GA, can provide scholarships to boys and girls who need funding. Thru seminars and workshops, we will bring pancreatic cancer awareness. Throughout the world, many people are suffering from this devastating disease, and we want to fund pancreatic cancer research to find a cure and help with proper screening for it. Start supporting our charitable foundation today to make the lives of the less fortunate and those with cancer a little easier. Your contribution to our nonprofit organization is greatly appreciated.

Proposed BFIF projects include but are not limited to:

  • Billie Principle Art Scholarship
  • Seminars & Lectures on Pancreatic Cancer & Obesity
  • Outreach Programs for Free Dance Classes, Modeling, Acting, Fashion, Etc.

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Kids at Workshop, Nonprofit Organization, Grayson, GA

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About Us

Founded in memory of Billie Jean Franklin, BFIF is a family-owned-and-operated nonprofit organization that is dedicated to helping provide funding for The Billie Franklin School of the Arts in Grayson, GA, and the Imani School of Dance in Greenville, SC. We are also committed to touching the lives of people who have pancreatic cancer. Additionally, we are striving to create programs to teach children about the arts and help them hone their skills. Feel free to reach out to us to learn more.

Mission

Our mission is to continue to make it possible for the Imani School of Dance to provide African American Heritage Instruction (including traditional Kwanza lessons) and income-based, sliding-fee scale tuition for dance instruction to assist children from low-income households. Also, we want to provide funding for Billie Franklin School of the Arts (BFSA) to teach the arts to children who take an interest in the arts but need assistance with funding.


Contact

Thank you for your interest. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Phone
(470) 242-7692

Hours of Operation
Monday - Saturday:
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Service Area
GA, SC, & NC

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