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#packyourpurse is a community service initiative that we are planning to do Saturday May 12th 2018 starting at 1pm--Mother's Day weekend--we plan to provide 600 homeless/at risk women & young ladies in Atlantic City with gently used purses filled with all the essentials fitting for today's woman! The partnership is remarkable--area sororities, churches, community agencies, etc.

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Cirque Zuma Zuma at Stockton University: Teen Day w/ Jack & Jill

Galloway, NJ After sell-out seasons in Europe and an extended debut run in Australia, Cirque Zuma Zuma is ready to “wow” audiences in the U.S.!  Many describe it as an African-style Cirque du Soleil; such is the standard of the performers and the quality of the show’s live musical score. Young and old alike will be dazzled by this exciting performance set to tumble sault onto the stage of the Stockton Performing Arts Center at 4 p.m., Feb. 11.

African Acrobats International, Inc. has established the ultimate African Circus. The cradle of all cultures, the ultimate source for all music, dance and ritual for all humanity. The thought of this rich continent brings in mind at once mysticism, magic and excitement. The African Acrobats International, Inc. has something new to bring to the American Audiences: the allure of the African Circus.

Cirque Zuma Zuma features an array of never-before-seen talents mixed with some of the best skills associated with African variety arts. The group employs spot-on technical ability combined with acrobatics and street moves to thrilling effect.

The show is a fast-paced 80-minute program performed by six male and two female dancers to tunes from the likes of Kanye West, Michael Jackson, Coldplay, The Beatles, Robin Thicke, Usher, Queen, Justin Timberlake and more.

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Jack & Jill of America: Module Maddness

Jack & Jill of America--the Atlantic County Chapter has bridged a great rapport with the ladies of Princess, Inc. This is Indra's third year in row as an invited workshop facilitator. The topic this year is--Problem Solving, Conflict Resolution & Healthy Risk Taking-- Indra interestingly began her presentation asking each student to identify with the following animals: lions, beavers, otter, or golden retriever...from there the students were hooked on what was to come!!! This was a strength experiment that went very well---the students thoroghly enjoyed it!! 

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The Jubilee Jumping Co. Double Dutch Try Outs

The Founders & Administrative Team of Princess, Inc. (Indra, Automne & Nicole) have joined forces with the Founder/Owner of The International Double Dutch League & Jump Kids Health, Ms. Laila Little and started the first ever competitive Double Dutch Team in Atlantic City. Through Double Dutch--teaching young ladies how to use their bodies in a positive way, developing healthy self esteem, teamwork...and so much more! Its like mentoring & community service on steroids!!! Practices are every Tuesday & for details and sponsorship opportunities!!!!

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Winter Wonderland at Pleasantville Recreation Center

Princess, Inc. supports this annual community service event because theres nothing like partnering with neighborring organizations who give back during the holidays. This event typically serves about 300 of Pleasantville's residents with a festive night full of good food, activities for kids of all ages, toy give aways, a meet & greet with Mr. & Mrs. Santa Claus and so muc more....

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Thanksgiving To Go
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Thanksgiving To Go

What better time to serve our growing homeless population than around the holidays. Princess, Inc. continues to create unconventional ways to serve people in our community...with Thanksgiving To Go! We have partnered with Ceasars Entertainment, the Historic Smithville Inn, the Knife & Fork, and AKA, Inc. Theta Kappa Omega Chapter and Iron Sharpens Iron. Our goal is to feed at least 300 of our homeless population a warm gourmet Thanksgiving To Go--accompanied by a handy tote bag also filled with a hat & scarf to equip them for the colder months ahead. Forget about long serving lines & crowded dining halls--we will be delivering Thanksgiving Dinner right to all the places our homeless typically hang out--there will be at least 7 different locations where dinners will be delivered to--that list will be out very soon. This community service project is anticipated to be HUGE...we can not do it alone...we need support from everyone!!! If you want to donate a generous monetary donation, donate your time to cook a dinner feeding at least 300 or sign up to be a delivery driver for that day--please email: or call 609-287-4235.

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