The Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation hosted a powerful night of inspiration celebrating mentoring, leadership, and a call to action with the Power of Three experience: Potential, Passion and Purpose, at The 2014 Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation Gala presented by Coca-Cola.

 

Held at the Hilton Chicago on May 3, 2014, in a charge to empower young men and women nationwide through fundamental mentoring programs, founders Steve Harvey and Marjorie Harvey, and NBC Chicago’s Michelle Relerford co-hosted an evening filled with laughs, poignant stories and rousing entertainment, including an opening performance from the Chicago Children’s Choir and a closing performance from Grammy-nominated artist KEM, and singer L’Renee.

 

Raising over $500,000 in support of the foundation’s Steve Harvey Mentoring Program for Young Men and the Girls Who Rule the World Mentoring Weekend, The 2014 Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation Gala presented by Coca-Cola also recognized the efforts of four “Helping Hand Award” honorees who exemplify the Power of Three themes of Potential, Passion and Purpose.

 

The Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation bestowed the “Helping Hand Award” to Chicago activist/Pastor Corey Brooks (New Beginnings Church Chicago), Screen Gems President Clint Culpepper, Walgreens Chief Diversity Officer Steve Pemberton, and philanthropists Magic Johnson and Cookie Johnson, honoring their inspired journeys and leadership paving a path to empower and give back to others.

 

 

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