Founding Board Members
4th of July with Foster Parents
4th of July horse back riding
Teaching kids to give back starting with TODDLERS!
Wash Away Child Abuse Care Wash
Recruited a TWU Sorority to volunteer
Provided school uniforms to over 50 children. Partnered with S.O.C. Bear Cave to provide school supplies and back backs to over 2,000 children in the community.
MADEA PEER PRESSURE WORKSHOP 5
4 Hour Work Shop to help children deal with Peer Pressure
Partnered with Friendship West Baptist Church to feed and provide coats and necessities to over 200 homeless men, women, and children (John Wiley Price)
Thanksgiving Day dinner with the homeless VIPs
Coats from Waterford Oaks
Volunteers for Thanksgiving 2017
M.A.D.E.A GREAT GIVE-BACK JPEG 2
9 Year Old Entrepreneur WOWs the crowd at Mother-Daughter Tea
Miss Community MCs our 1st Mother-Daughter Tea
Connecting Ti'Ani to a positive role model
Recipients at Mother-Daughter Tea
Partnered with Sole Sista's to provide shoes to children in need
Partnered with Macy to provide coats to children in need
Toys For Tots Logo
Partner with Toys For Tots to bring toys to At-Risk children
Youth raise toys for Toys For Tots
Ti'Ani Mitchel SWAT Award 2018
Ti'Ani recipient of the 2018 S.W.A.T. Award (Skilled With Advance Training)
Committed to Making a Difference
MADEA was founded by Brenda L Marsh on March 17, 2016. MADEA has been at the forefront making a difference in children's lives since 2016. Located at the intersection of community and life, MADEA is a life-affirming journey that builds on the richness and power of lifelong values. We have been providing young people with the values and skills they need, as well as school supplies, backpacks, school uniforms, shoes, and coats, to become exceptional community leaders.
MADEA has given foster parents and children a break by providing a 4th of July Celebration in 2016 that included a Barbecue Dinner with all of the trimmings, games and activities which including swimming, horse back riding, volleyball, and potato sack racing just to name a few.
MADEA has provided community service hours for children attending Dallas Alternative Education Program (DAEP), Cedar Hill 9th Grade Center and Canterbury Episcopal School. MADEA has assisted students returning to their home school, graduate with their class and has inspired 1st generation kids to go to college.
MADEA has collaborated with Cedar Hill Municipal Court to provide a mentoring community service program in lieu of parents having to pay large fines or children having to go to juvenile detention. MADEA has helped first time offenders to be released into their parents custody and probation instead of jail time.
MADEA has partnered with Macy's to provide coats to needy children for Winter 2017.
MADEA has partnered with Friendship West Baptist Church to feed over 200 homeless men, women and children for Thanksgiving Day 2017. Also to provide them with coats, gloves, caps, backpacks, and necessities. We also provide them with clean clothes year round.