Mission Incorporated - Achievements
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Lawanda Horton's Interview with 
Generocity about activism. 

SECURED $5,000 Grant for Afterschool
Program
IRON SHARPENS IRON!
JANUARY 2017!


Lawanda Horton's 
“Around the Corner” 
Interview with Generocity 
Editor Julie Zeglen

VIEW VIDEO HERE


$2,000 GRANT FROM
THE ELTON BRAND FOUNDATION
TO SUPPORT MISSION FORWARD
COMMUNITY PROJECT
"MONEY. POWER. RESPECT"



$10,000 Raised for the
Trayvon Martin Foundation and
The Black Male Development
Symposium
"LETTERS TO TRAYVON"

(Mission Incorporated Pictured with
Tracy Martin Trayvon's Father at Arcadia University)

     Media Coverage Here:







NEW AWARDS!

DECEMBER 2014


GRANTS TOTALLING $43,000!

In the month of DECEMBER 2014, we secured
3 Grants for HAVEN YOUTH
CENTER totaling $43,000 to support

in addition to

$300,000 Secured for Haven
Youth
Center
Our proposal to the City of Philadelphia resulted in 2 rounds of 3 year
  $50,000
grants to our client
 Haven Youth Center for Targeted HIV Testing.

$96,500 Total Secured for
Why Not Prosper
 .
INDUSTRY
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Mission Incorporated joined the LAPA team of dynamic
fundraising consultants. 
Since 1995, LAPA has helped local, regional,
national and international clients
carry out their missions; exceed financial goals; transform
 their organizations;
and build and implement strategies that will take them into
the future.
$12,500 Secured for
Moxie Women Inc.
support in helping her
to develop her organization, Moxie Women Inc.,
as a program partner under the Urban Affairs Coalition, formerly
known as GPUAC.
Mission Incorporated wrote the 3 proposals on behalf of 
 Moxie Women Inc.,
which were funded totaling of $12,500.
Mission Incorporated Funded
for
 Teen
Pregnancy Prevention
Program
receive its
State of Young Philadelphia Education Award.  
The $1,000 prize supports
"It's My Life,"
a Teen Pregnancy and STD Prevention Program
that uses theatrical improv to address teen sexual health issues.
Mission Incorporated CEO
named 
Top 100 Most Influential Black
Women in 
Philly by the NAACP
Lawanda Horton Sauter, MS was named one of
Philadelphia's Top 100 Most
Influential Black Women by the Philadelphia branch of
 the NAACP.
The award is given to women of color who shape the city and
embody the highest principles of service and leadership
in our community.
Mission Incorporated CEO
receives
Minority Business Leader
Award
from 
 Philadelphia Business Journal
The Business Journal Award is given to executives
 (corporate or non-profit)
of ethnic backgrounds who serve their community.
This award is given to influential people who are making
 a difference.
Click here for more information on attending the Minority Business
Leader Awards
Ceremony.
Mastering Limitless Success
CEO of Mission Incorporated Lawanda Horton Sauter
was recognized
as a member of the
thought leaders group.
This award goes to women who have overcome extenuating
circumstances
and are now making meaningful
 contributions to society
Mission Incorporated
Featured on
Front Page of the
Philadelphia Tribune

On August 14th, the Philadelphia Tribune published a
 front-page article
 entitled
 "Consulting Firm Aims to Empower Community."
Written by Samaria Bailey, the article
features Mission Incorporated's recent work and arrival in
Germantown.
Click here to read the article


OTHER MEDIA COVERAGE
Generocity


Daily News
Fourth Branch of America

Philadelphia Business Journal




LAWANDA HORTON
NOMINATED
FOR PHILLY
DO GOODER AWARDS
VOTE HERE!
.
MISSION INCORPORATED BECOMES ONE OF
PHILLY's FIRST KIVA TRUSTEES!
Kiva Trustees can endorse for profit businesses they believe and
make them eligible for loans of up to $5,000 for their business!
For more information on this program please visit