Skydiving for Tiarah Poyau
Kamla wears a T-Shirt with a photos of Tiarah Poyau as she jumped out of an airplane 10,000 feet above the ground in memory of Tiarah Poyau who is the daughter of her sisterfriend, Vertina Brown - who passed away to gun violence.
Tiarah Shanice Poyau was born in April of 1994. Tiarah was an only child. Tiarah went to St Johns University and majored in Accounting.
Tiarah had many friends that she inspired to stay in school, in order to have a better life. I've heard so many testimonies about how Tiarah changed the life of so many. On September 5, 2016 Tiarah went to The J'Ouvert Festival with 3 friends and never came home. She was murdered by a young man, who was under the influence of alcohol. This man claimed that he doesn't remember killing Tiarah.
Please help her Mom to keep her memory alive. All she wants is for Tiarah to continue inspiring the youth. St John's University is willing to help by creating the scholarship program but it needs to be funded by her Mom. Together we can help struggling students achieve their education. Donations are accepted through Vertina Brown's (Tiarah Poyau's Mom's) PayPal Account at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kamla conducts job readiness and resume workshops for homeless and low-income women - in addition to other members of the community at various venues. The training, social support, education and work experience they need to overcome those obstacles, empowers them to build a better life for themselves and their families. Kamla provides the critical skills training that are necessary in order to succeed in an office environment, including job placement assistance, ongoing mentoring, additional training seminars, and numerous networking opportunities with business professionals.
Kamla continually supports St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children both through various donations of much needed items in addition to volunteering her time to visit with the children and young adults. Her company Palatial Publishing, LLC St. Mary's Healthcare System for Children, is committed to improving the health and quality of life for children and families with special needs.
They provide a continuum of care to children and young adults with special needs and life-limiting conditions and pave the way in pioneering pediatric post-acute care. New York’s largest and most experienced provider of long-term care to children with medically complex conditions and New York City’s only post-acute care facility for children, they’re recognized around the world for the breadth of our services and the depth of our commitment.
From birth to young adulthood—at home, in the community and at their flagship in-patient facility overlooking Little Neck Bay — St. Mary’s provides an unparalleled continuum of care for patients throughout their lives—and much-needed support to the families who love them.
A global leader in pediatric post-acute care, they give St. Mary’s kids the tools they need to heal and thrive. It’s where innovative and extraordinary family-centered healthcare achieves the best possible outcomes: Where pioneering programs, services and models of care meet the current and emerging healthcare needs of children here and around the globe. St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children: Where big hearts help little patients. St. Mary's Healthcare System for Children's website is: https://www.stmaryskids.org/
Tiarah Poyau and her Mom Vertina Brown
Job Readiness & Resume Workshops
St. Francis De Sales School For The Deaf
Bethel Elementary School
Little Red Riding Hood Daycare
Running for Alexis Mathurin
St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children
Bethel Elementary School is a Seventh-day Adventist school located in the culturally diverse Bedford Stuyvesant community Brooklyn, New York. The Seventh-day Adventist educational system includes elementary and high schools, colleges and universities in countries around the globe.
Kamla wears running gear that reads "Running For Alexis Mathurin" when she runs a variety of road races - which includes half-marathons in all types of weather - in addition to donating monetarily to:
https://www.gofundme.com/dreamgeniealexis so she is able to support her sisterfriend Alexis Mathurin and others are welcome to do so also.
Dialysis can be a tolling process emotionally, physically and financially leading to not being able to work with an excess of financial bills such as; medical and living expenses. The waiting list is almost 10 years and Alexis has been on dialyses for 8 years and counting. Please help spread the word.
Please email email@example.com. We Thank You for taking a moment to view Dream Genie Match Maker (Kidney Donor). The ultimate goal is to match Alexis Mathurin with a kidney donor! If you would like to help call Ms. Andrea Rivas at Rogosin/Cornell Weil NY Presbyterian Transplantation Center 212.746.3922
When calling say: I'm calling to donate a kidney for Alexis Mathurin. They then will further explain and assist you. You will NOT be obligated in any way to giving your kidney. This call is to explain the process and inform you of the process if you are to choose to donate your kidney.
Brooklyn Community Services
Kamla's first book reading launch years ago was done at Little Red Riding Hood. Little Red Riding Hood provides and educational foundation as well as high quality child care. They feel it is important to bridge the gap between home and school, and to give children the love and education to start a great foundation.
Saint Gregory the Great Catholic Academy, an exceptional educational institution that has been serving Crown Heights and East Flatbush communities for over one hundred and two years. The faculty and staff are proud to educate students to be spiritual and morally responsible, and who are empowered by a rigorous academic curriculum.
Traditional values are strongly promoted to provide students with a stronger sense of identity and responsibility.
The Academy’s motto “Prepare to be Prepared”, reflects the intent of administration, the Home Academy Association, families and friends. Their students are being prepared to meet the challenges – spiritual, academic, cultural and personal that they will encounter in these times of astronomically accelerating changes.
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Academy
Kamla continually supports St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf by volunteering her time to visit with the children.
St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf was started by Sr. Anne Behre on September 13, 1960 in a convent in Flushing, New York with four children. In 1963, the school moved to the Park Slope section of Brooklyn in order to accommodate more students. In 1965, St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf became a private state supported 4201 School, one of eleven schools serving deaf and blind students in New York State. In 1973, St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf moved to its present location on Eastern Parkway where it continues today to educate profoundly deaf children from infancy to eighth grade.
St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf is to encourage the maximum potential for learning in each child regardless of race, creed or color. This education embraces all facets of the child – psychological, physical, social, and emotional with the goal of producing a well-adjusted deaf individual who makes maximum use of acquired skills.
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Academy is a parochial school in the Diocese of Brooklyn for students in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade. The school is located in the Prospect / Lefferts Gardens section of Brooklyn. Students represent all levels of ability, both academically and socially, and exhibit positive interpersonal relationships and care for one another. The school community strives to work together to nurture students who are cooperative, compassionate, kind-hearted, good-natured, respectful and responsible.
St. Gregory The Great Catholic Academy
Brooklyn Community Services (BCS) envisions ONE Brooklyn Community, where all members of our community can access an excellent education, job opportunities, safe and affordable housing, and quality and affordable health care and wellness programs.
BCS celebrates the strength of the human spirit. Their mission is to empower at-risk children, youth and families, and adults with mental illness or developmental disabilities to overcome the obstacles they face, as we strive to ensure opportunity for all to learn, grow and contribute to ONE Brooklyn Community.
To achieve this mission, they offer comprehensive and holistic services: early childhood education; youth development services and educationally rich after-school programs; counseling for at-risk families; treatment, recovery and job training to support the life goals of adults living with mental illness; person-centered rehabilitation and community living support for adults with developmental disabilities and disaster recovery case management and relief services.
Kamla Millwood believes in giving back and volunteers her time and effort to do so for various people and organizations in her community.