project leader
Onnie P
2740 Mavo Road
(Greater Augusta Area)
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the project

This past year has taken its toll on the entire world as a collective.  We've experienced a global pandemic, social and political unrest, and a combination of other tragedies and events and we need a moment of pause.  

Individuals need a moment to check in with themselves, family members need a moment to check in with each other, and community members and organizations need a moment to feel connected and experience community.  We all need a moment to pause, reflect, be present and have some fun.

We need to get outside and feel the sunshine and soak up some Vitamin D.  We've been in quarantine way too long and it has not only taken a toll on our mental health but our physical and emotional health as well.

Our goal is to host a family-friendly community fun day to engage families and organizations in COMMUNITY!

This activity will begin with a Lupus Awareness Walk and will include an official kick-off for Mental Health Month in the Augusta area.  The community fun day will allow individuals to receive resources related to youth and adult mental health while at the same time engaging with diverse sectors of the community in which they live, work, and play. 



the steps

We will plan and host the Family Fun Day Mental Health Month Kick-off celebration.

Contract arts/craft vendors

Invite community vendors

Contract Caterer

Plan activities

why we're doing it

This project is multi-tiered and solves multiple problems in our city.  It will foster community by bringing a diverse group of community people together for a shared day of fun. This project will welcome all communities from all diverse backgrounds, cultures, races, sexual identities, disabilities in an effort to improve community relations and connectivity.  

Mental Health affects all of us whether it be directly or indirectly through the experiences of our family, friends, and loved ones and this project will allow us to bring awareness to the often hard to talk about the topic of mental health in a family-friendly way.  

This project is named, "The Chapter 41 Project" because it will be dedicated to the project organizer's special friend who was recently diagnosed with Lupus days before her 41st birthday.  The overall goal of Chapter 41 is for individuals to remember, regardless of what the chapters in our life story present to us, we have two choices: either we let it define us, or we define it. 


Food/Refreshments: $2,000

Arts/Craft Activities: $1,000

Entertainment: $1,000

Audio/Visual Equipment $500

Photographer: $500

ioby Platform Fee $35
ioby Fiscal Sponsorship Fee (5%) $274
ioby Donation Processing Fee (3%) $164


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