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The first question which the priest and the Levite asked was: "If I stop to help this man, what will happen to me?" But... the good Samaritan reversed the question:

"If I do not stop to help this man, what will happen to him?" ~Martin Luther King, Jr

 Help us raise money for those in need and fund our other ongoing youth and community projects.

Our newest project (Masks-UP) Protecting you and your neighbors. Donating to for first responders and those who serve.
Firefighters, Law enforcement, Medical workers, Military, Elderly, At-risk health.
Hope restored "Making dreams come true"
Next Donation to Airman-USAF.
Our goal for this week is to donate to two groups of Airmen 20-25 masks per group.
We are proud parents of an Airman.

Our uniquely designed fashionable masks by Legair Brand internationally acclaimed designer Arthlene Legair Lawrence are formulated in accordance with best recommendations for cloth masks production to aid in reducing the community spread of COVID-19. The CDC officially recommends N95 masks for frontline healthcare providers, however, because of the high demand and limited quantities of these masks non-healthcare persons are asked to avoid using them unless in a hospital typesetting. Legair Brand masks are very comfortable, breathable and washable. Clients hail them as the best cloth masks they have had. These masks are not intended to replace good hygiene or physical distancing, but rather offer an added resource. Touching of the face while wearing or not wearing your mask should be avoided. 

As we look towards the most vulnerable including our airmen and other defenders, you are encouraged to assist through your generous donations.

Thank you.

"Medical chief Opart Karnkawinpong suggests the use of cotton, muslin cloth for homemade face masks.“People with low risk of COVID-19 infection should use muslin fabric to make face masks, the Department of Medical Sciences has suggested.” The key quality for face mask fabric is it should be able to block small particles, prevent absorption of liquid aerosols and be reusable.

The top three fabrics that possess all characteristics are cotton, nano fabric, and muslin, which can block small particles almost identical to the medical face mask. Dr. Opart said that of the three choices, muslin was the most suitable for homemade face masks. He, however, warned that the important thing was to make the least contact with the face to prevent contracting the virus." 

https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30383912

Our masks are made of 100% cotton and lined with muslin fabric as suggested by this article.

Reusable and washable.

Website for masks

http://www.legairbrandltd.com/face-mask

501(C)3  100% Tax Deductible.

Medical Offices.
Postal workers.
Sheriff Office.

Restore To Empower 501(C)3 organization is dedicated to helping at risk and other troubled or talented youth who do not have the opportunity to succeed on their own. 

At present we are seeking donation/sponsor and other supporters to donate to our sewing/fashion summer training, mentoring, relief and restoration fund and other ongoing projects.

(100% Tax deductible).

We have many ongoing project throughout the year and we are hoping to help many more youths each year.

We teach our students useful trades empowering them to reach their full potential in innovative ways offering training and mentorship in fashion, sewing, art, image, and GED. On researching charities, groups, and schools, there were very few that offer programs like ours. Restore to Empower is a nonprofit organization a leader in philanthropy, providing mentoring, support and educational programs for youth, abused, at-risk kids and high school dropout. The program will form partnerships with local school districts, community leaders, parents, juvenile court system and more.

Our goals are to foster a commitment to youth that will promote pro-social friendships, strong interpersonal skills, reassert a sense of hope in the future to maintain a positive impact on the community; identify youths who are going to have a turbulent transition to adulthood; offer a positive support system to avoid the pitfalls that can derail their lives and to empower each youth to make positive changes in his/her life.

The founder of R2E is a survivor of domestic violence and have first-hand knowledge of the impact it has on the lives of everyone involved, so as an extension to our program we have added (Domestic  Abuse Awareness) which will assist women and children who are victims of domestic violence, including verbal, sexual and physical abuse. To accomplish this goal, young people must be in a caring, inclusive learning environment that promotes their best effort and reinforces personal respect.

We believe if we invest in our youth, women and those who have been abused, neglected or underprivileged

We can build a more stable, stronger, thriving community while creating a sense of purpose and belonging with each individual.

We are restored to empower.

 

December 2015 in Dominica. Pancake breakfast with the students.

2015/2016 Island Toy Drive.

Mentor Arthlene Legair Lawrence Empowering Students at the National Park in Dominica

Los Angeles-Hospital kids toy bag project.

The headband project,

benefiting children with cancer.

Designer Arthlene Lawrence, speaking to a group of teens in Roseau Dominica empowering and encouraging them to reach for their dreams.

December 2015 in Dominica. Pancake breakfast with the students.

DOMINICA

Residents of Coulibistrie cleaning their village after storm Erika. United to rebuild:

Home-Business-An entire village destroyed by the storm.The storm left such devastation on on already fragile Island.

The people of Dominica are strong and resilient and with the help and support of organization like

Restore To Empower and  generous supporters like you,Dominica and the village of Coulibistrie will rebuild  and start over.

Call us:

(678)465-7437

Find us: 

P.O. BOX: 566191

Atlanta  Georgia, 31156

R (Empower A Youth = Restore A Community)