Restore 2 Empower






How to help

R2E offers youth that have already been identified as at-risk, an opportunity to work with a caring mentor to improve their ability to develop a positive attitude towards their future. The long-term goal is to provide continued trainining for them.

501(C)3  100% Tax Deductible

Latest Projects,  Fundraisers, and upcoming events/projects below

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Current project:

We will be supplying a few

schools in Dominica with

school uniforms,

backpacks, school supplies,

and sample size personal items.


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Introducing the project to potential students, presently in the Atlanta Fayetteville Ga area, and on the island of Dominica.

One-weekend workshop, fashion show event, registration and information session. 

Spring and summer training coming soon!!!

1 & 2-day free training will be offered in 2018-19 to at selected location.

Sewing-Fashion-Education through the arts and mentorship.

Working on a sewing project with Fayette County Library Fayetteville Georgia.
We made the news newspaper!



the new designers and models.

Designer Arthlene Legair Lawrence
teaching students to cut a skater skirt.
Students working on T-shirt and Skirt designs at the Fayette County Library with
Designer Arthlene Lawrence.

Columbus Ohio, Presenting at  the Women's Retreat

Arthlene Legair Lawrence

 receiving Humanitarian Award.

Miss Teen Georgia

Latina Award

Los Angeles, California.
Hospital toy bag project.

NC4K Pediatric Cancer Fundraiser.

Working on a sewing project with Fayette County Library Fayetteville Georgia.
Fall classes coming soon.

The blanket project. 

In this project, we will be making blankets for children,
which will be donated to the hospitals. The first project was a success.

Fundraising Projects

Dominica knocked to its knees by Hurricane Maria. See photos below.

Be a part of-An exciting Life Changing Experience.


           Restoring and Empowering our youth

Building stronger community.


Dominica, in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.

The storm made landfall on the island Monday, killing at least 27 people and damaging 98 percent of buildings, according to officials.

Arthlene Lawrence spoke with FOX 5's Marissa Mitchell over the weekend about the storm and its impact on her relatives. Lawrence said many of them remain in a shelter at a police station because of all the damage and outages. They also fear much of what they owned is gone.

"This terrible," Lawrence said.  "My heart just breaks and it's even hard to think sometimes knowing your family is going through this kind of devastation."

Lawrence said, to her knowledge, all her family members survived the natural disaster. But she admits it will be a tough road ahead for many there who are still reeling from Hurricane Irma.

"Every time you get a little bit of news, it's hurtful," she stressed.

But she is planning a fundraising event in Atlanta for next month to aid in recovery efforts.

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Find us: 

P.O. BOX: 566191

Atlanta  Georgia, 31156

R (Empower A Youth = Restore A Community)

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