What you can expect at the Fair
Programs
To provide qualifying students of the Jeune Hope Chicago Initiative’s Intellectual Practice Program with scholarships from the Rebecca Everlene Trust Company Edie Opportunity, and coaching in the areas of math, science, and writing, while also supporting them through the process of creating a potentially patentable innovation, and/or a publishable piece of writing.  

To additionally provide financial support and entrepreneurial coaching for Jeune Hope Chicago Initiative Project RED program participants. Through scholarships from the Edie O. program, and participant fundraising efforts, students experiencing a difficult time covering the cost of prom will receive the gift of a dreamy prom evening. Home schooled and ostracized students who haven't had an opportunity to develop friendships that lead to prom dates will also have the ability to request compatible peer escorts via efforts of the program. More here...
Upcoming Fundraising Events

Event Name: New Year's Eve Ball for Kids
Features: To provide parents and children with a safe and fun alternative to staying home on New Year's Eve. Parents can drop their children off or join us for the festivities. Games, crafts, light dining, and big fun.

Event Name: Leash Party (formal event for pet lovers)
Features: Haircuts/Grooming for dogs, Giveaway Pet Hotel Stay & Two free dog training sessions, Pet Pampering, Special dog shampoos, Pet Fashion Show.
INTELLECTUAL PRACTICE PROGRAM

Tutoring/Coaching
Virtual & Face-to-Face Meetings
Math (for grades K-8)
Science (for grades K-8)
Writing (for people of all ages)
Scholarships
Events

  • provides coaching for students and professionals in math, science and writing
  • offers assistance to help participants publish a final project upon completion of the program
  • offers financial assistance/scholarships in the form of stock offerings to program participants through the Rebecca Everlene Trust Company

Thank you from the Rebecca Everlene Trust Company
The Rebecca Everlene Trust Company is trying to reach students while they are young and gift them with a unique way to save money for college so that their talent can appreciate over time. There aren't too many kids who can say that they are published authors or that they invented something innovative, but the Spaulding & Daniels Leadership Group Partners want to offer program participants that opportunity. 

Not only are we trying to provide academic and financial support for students, but for teachers as well, through the availability of our Lesson Plan Inventory. Teaching is hard work and our teachers deserve a break sometimes. Providing polished and viable Lesson Plans helps relieve some of the pressure that they experience on a daily basis and also allows them to focus more time on actually teaching. Additionally, it frees up more time for them to give to their families.

The Rebecca Everlene Trust Company is just a small drop in the ocean of existing community organizations, but the difference that we believe it can make could be tremendous. The program strives to work with problem students to bring them up to par and the smartest to help them excel even further. As a team of teachers and volunteers, have found that individual attention is what is needed to help students be successful and the Rebecca Everlene Trust Company has the ability to provide that. 

Here's how you can claim a donation and sponsorship installment on your tax returns. Individuals who donate cash or property to the Rebecca Everlene Trust Company on an individual level will need to complete page 7 of form 1040, Schedule A. Cash donations include monies paid for tickets to events and random cash donations, while property donations cover gifts in the form of pencils, science supplies, and other items that were outlined on the sponsorship solicitation that was sent out at the end of 2012. Any property collected from a donor will need to be accompanied with a receipt, so that the Rebecca Everlene Trust Company can properly track amounts given. Otherwise, the items will be documented at a price of resale or fair market value. Corporations that donate cash or property to the Rebecca Everlene Trust Company will need to complete form 1120, page 11, line 19 to report donations.

INTELLECTUAL PRACTICE PROGRAM

Tutoring/Coaching
Virtual & Face-to-Face Meetings
Math (for grades K-8)
Science (for grades K-8)
Writing (for people of all ages)

PROJECT RED

Financial Assistance w/Prom
Fundraising Events
Apply for the Program
Be a Peer Escort
Sponsor a Student
Volunteer
Donate

WHO WE ARE
History

JEUNE HOPE CONTENT GROUP

Publishing
Copyrighting
Editing
Writing
Papers
Manuscripts
Dissertations
Lesson Plans
White Papers
eBooks
Lesson Plans
SPAULDING & DANIELS CO.

Hiring
Training
Intelligence Services
Investigative Research
Policy Research
Web Content
Web Design
Web Development
Life Coaches
Professional Organizers


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Event Planning
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POST HALLOWEEN SCIENCE FAIR 2013
11.2.2013
Bronzeville Children's Museum
Tentative Itinerary for Each Individual Child 
All items are takeaways from the event 
Included in $7 admission fee

  • Complete an ocean in a bottle physics experiment
  • Make a bouncy ball from scratch
  • Create an edible candle that will be eaten at the venue
  • Write a spooky coded message with invisible ink
  • Complete an experiment to learn how to extract iron out of cereal
  • Learn what makes Jello glow
  • Make hand-dipped pretzels with caramel, chocolate and other toppings
  • Make candied apples with caramel, chocolate, and other toppings
  • Make modeling shapes out of white chocolate, and chocolate, chocolate fudge
  • Work with a BioRad Scientist who will extract each child’s DNA and provide them with a stylish vile charm that they will take home
  • Listen to their peers present experiments that were completed at school (Prizes for winning projects)

Tentative Itinerary for Adults - $10 admission fee
  • Participate in the silent auction where you will have a chance to bid on a beautiful gift basket from Lucky Strike Bowling and a dinner package from Outback Steakhouse.

All attendees will receive
  • Lunch provided by COSI
  • Goodies from the Welch’s Promotion in Motion Program
  • Bottled water from Hinckley Springs  

Our Mission
More Events

Event Name: Ruby Tuesday Rebecca Everlene Birthday Celebration
Features: To provide parents and children with a great time at a fun and exciting restaurant. Meet us there: Ruby Tuesday Restaurant-- 5203 Old Orchard Road, Skokie, Illinois 60077. 
Click the hat for the 2015 event