October 27, 2017
The Sudanese Foundation of Vermont is proud and immeasurably grateful to a wonderful organization in Vermont, the Community Health Centers of Burlington, for sponsoring the Nile Bright Stars Academy team this season. We bought t-shirts (for the kids and coaches) and healthy snacks because of this generous support.
The foundation is also pleased to thank one of the top doctors, Dr Michelle Dorwart – also – from the Community Health Centers of Burlington for speaking to our team, coaches and families during our end of season 2017 event about concussion in sports, the importance of physical activities and healthy lifestyles all year long.
We owe our deepest gratitude to Kim Anderson for championing this invaluable community engagement with our team this season. It has been a year of partnership and we truly benefitted from it Community Health Centers Of Burlington commitments to healthy kids in our state!
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to sponsor our soccer programs!
Sudanese Foundation of Vermont
& Nile Bright Stars Academy
Having a sponsor is a game changer. The Nile Bright Stars Academy team is immeasurably grateful to Community Health Centers of Burlington (CHCB) for sponsoring our Nile Bright Stars Academy soccer program of keeping kids active and healthy through sports in Vermont.
CHCB is dedicated to providing quality dental, medical and behavioral health services to all community members with a promise of culturally competent care and mission to end homelessness in Vermont.
We are immensely grateful to benefit from its long engagement and outreach in our communities.
Great organization! Great services! Stop by or
visit www.chcb.org for more information.
St. Michael College Students Pioneered Kids Mentoring Program
A statement from our Executive Director, Chol Dhoor:
September 24th, 2016
If there is anything that I have learned since we established our foundation, it has to be the power to reach out for partnership. I’m pleased to announce that its served me well over the last few weeks, and I hope to be so in the future.
Please join me in expressing my deepest gratitude to St. Michael College’s students; Maxwell Crystal, Megan Beatty, Luke Woodard, Tanner Tomasi and Isabella Calicos (not pictured) who accepted the call to volunteer for the Next Achiever Mentoring Program. We secured this opportunity after I talked to their class few weeks ago, on the invitation of Professor Adrie Kusserow, who teaches Anthropology of Refugees at St. Michael College.
These Next Achiever Coordinators have committed their precious gift of time to help our/your kids with homework and all other aspects of tutoring right at kids’ homes! They started the program last week.Our goal is to expand this timely program to every kid who needs it. Kids will continually be matched with mentors as I recruit them from our local colleges in the greater Burlington area.
The Next Achiever Mentoring Program is uniquely designed to connect mentors and children right at their homes. I’m impressed by the excitement parents have expressed since we kicked off this programs. I will work with them to make this program a learning moment for the kids and mentors.
We are so grateful to Prof. Adrie for making our mentoring program possible! She has been an outstanding friend of our community and inspired many students over the years to connect with communities through service and understanding beyond a classroom.
It’s not with pride that I share this great news but to acknowledge how grateful we are to be graced by her students.
With immense gratitude,
Chol Dhoor, Executive Director
Sudanese Foundation of Vermont, Inc Launched a New Community Team
June 4th, 2015
We are so proud to announce the launch of our new Community Basketball team, Nile Bright Stars (NBS), with the specific goal of keeping our kids busy and active through sport activities! Want to help? Check out our donation page.
Sudanese Community Received a Generous Gift
November 22, 2016
The Sudanese Foundation of Vermont and community is pleased to receive this finest podium from Mariah Reed, Stephen Reed and their uncle Mark. We are inspired and honored by their gift and for finding the most in time to think about our community.
I can’t imagine what started from a simple conversation at work would produced this level of kindness and generosity. This precision, the energy and the passion that went to it to put these pieces of wood showed unwavering thoughtfulness in graceful and defining ways.
To us, it will always hold these pieces of wood together to serve its purpose. We extend our deepest gratitude possible to them for this generosity.