On  average, 100 Americans are killed due to gun violence each day. With the influx of violence in our communities and around the world, it can  be difficult for our youth to focus on the positive. The ASW Foundation  seeks to change this. How?

The ASW Foundation  has been working to make a change since 2014 through mentoring programs, community outreach, school assemblies, an annual toy giveaway and back to school supply giveaway for children.  

Now we are opening  the I AM THEM Hope Youth Center!

On May 17, 2021 The  30th birthday of our founders brother Anthony S. White Jr. That was killed due to gun violence at 16 years old . The ASW FOUNDATION INC. purchased  a building for $46,900 to house the “IAMTHEM HOPE YOUTH CENTER” we’re now working to raise funds to keep this God’s vision going .

We  see this facility as a safe haven for youth of all ages. Through the  center, we will help our youth discover and cultivate their gifts—and ensure that they have a place to escape to just be a kid. We want to  help every child feel accepted and loved.

It  is our vision that the Hope Center will one day become a beacon of  light in the community that helps reduce the gun violence and increase  our community success stories.
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Aaliyah Stewart 
Gary, IN
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