Goodwill Ambassador Spreading H.O.P.E.
I was born on 30th October, 2002, in Dade County, Miami Florida. I was raised in the Bahamas from an infant in the settlement Pine Dale, Eight Mile Rock. I am the youngest in my family. I attended Community Holiness Preschool and graduated in the year 2006. I was always the head of my class. I learned my letters and numbers with the help of my teachers and watching Leap Frog Talking Letter Factory. September 2006 at the age of three, I was accepted at Freeport Gospel Chapel School. When my mother heard that Freeport Gospel Chapel School it was based on Christian character, she automatically knew that was the right school for me. I grew closer to the Lord, and have been greatly inspired and trained by the discipline, and spiritual ethics. I was a student at Okinawan GojoRyu Karate- do Kyokai School (karate
school). I was a student there for four years (2008-2010). I am a purple belt. I attended piano class with my music teacher Mr. B. Thompson at Sunshine Musical School (2012-2014) I am also a member at Central Zion Baptist Church. I where I assist during Children’s church. I attended Princess Court Ministries held by my church and I have been in this program for six years (2009-2014). I am also a part of the Grand Bahama Girls’ Development League “girls’ soccer team”. I also participate in my school costal clean up annually since 2010. I am currently going in 10th grade at Bishop Michael Eldon High School. I have established several programs to give back to the community. My mom, friends, and I were together on this helpful ride. I have led a two day clothes drive. The clothes were donated to a number of individuals and institutions, e.g. Prophetic Kingdom Encounter Ministries. My mission is giving back to the community since 2006 which is held annually. Every other year I sacrifice my school supplies
so my mom can sponsor a child for back to school. I have done this for the last six years and includes Christmas. I have participated in Urban Renewal back to school give away where I handed out school bags. I cleaned up my neighborhood and school after the divesting hurricane Matthew. Recently I have held a food drive of my very own where I gave about ninety (90) food bags to families in both the Eight Mile Rock and Freeport community, I raised funds to build a house in Jamaica alongside my pageant director and my fellow pageant sister, and I recently donated household and food items our home for the aged. I have participated in numerous events for the cancer society; for example I have participated in their Caner ball, their calendar launch, and a car wash/food drive. It makes me happy to see the smile on the faces of those I am helping. Making others happy is my inspiration to continue to give back.
HUMANITARIAN TRIP TO JAMAICA June 21-24, 2017
My experience in Jamaica was nothing but the best. This was my first time visiting Jamaica, so when I arrived I was just mesmerized by the scenery. The view of miles and miles mountains. The street side vendors and the hills look like something out of a movie. Later I meet the family we were building the house for, when I saw how hard they had it; yet ; they were still happy I learnt that you have to give God thanks for what you have; everyday. They taught me the importance of life, just by me seeing how they lived. I really enjoyed my time meeting the family and the people in their community. I also enjoyed the food I ate a lot of different fruits grown on the country side. We danced, laughed and talked and ate a lot. To tell you the truth thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the hardest I ever worked lifting heavy buckets of sand and rock and painting was harder work but well worth it in the end. I pray that I can one day go back for a longer stay. I really want to thank my pageant director (Ms. Patrina) for such a fantastic life changing opportunity. I want everyone reading this to Dream, Believe, and achieve because when you think you have it hard someone else has it harder. No matter how hard life hits you it never hits you hard enough to not to make a difference.
Build A House - DONORS
Tanisha Pyfrom Tyren Thomas Doris Wright Norwyn Lighbourne Layisha Rolle-Hill Lawanda Black Lynette Gray Andson
July 17, 2017
To Whom It May Concern, Re: T'Azure Saunders It is with great pleasure that I take this opportunity to recognize this young lady, who gives her time and energy in support f the Hope Society of Grand Bahama (Cancer Ball). She is a go getter and is easy to work with. Below is just a few of the events she has assisted us with. 2016 Hope Calendar was special guest at the launch event and assisted in the sales of calendars (Hope Calendar features cancer survivors) Dollar Day - Spent hours at local food store collecting donations to assist survivors. Served as special guest/VIP reception hostess and awards girl at the annual Hope Ball. Raised $600 to assist a survivor with travel expenses for treatment. She has already volunteered her time and energy to assist with the Hope Ball for 2017 We highly recommend her to be eligible for excelling and wish her all success in her future endeavours. Sincerely,
Pam Ferguson President