BCE Media Inc. Sponsors 2nd Annual Bertram L. Ashe Educational Foundation Fall Fundraiser
LOS ANGELES – Today BCE Media Inc., parent company of online events calendar BlackCulturalEvents.com and led by CEO Pamela Ashe-Thomas, announced that it would be sponsoring the second annual Bertram Leonard Ashe Educational Foundation fall fundraising campaign (https://www.gofundme.com/bertram-ashe-educational-foundation). The fundraising campaign is in celebration of American Education Week November 18-22 and will culminate with a presentation of an award to the foundation’s 2019 scholarship recipients.
“This is exactly the kind of organization and efforts we want to support in our community. We are big believers in education and using our resources to advance the students who are interested in furthering the educational pursuits of others, ” said Pamela Ashe-Thomas, CEO, and co-founder of BCE Media Inc.
The Bertram Leonard Ashe Educational Foundation will once again partner with PowerGirl Ministries to provide scholarships to exceptional recipients at the PowerGirl Annual Holiday High Tea & Titus II Awards. PowerGirls Ministries validates, celebrates, and empowers young urban influenced women of color in support of living a productive and God honoring lifestyle.
“Sponsoring this fundraising campaign provides an excellent opportunity for our business to give back and reach those who are doing the work for the next generations”, said BCE Media Inc. co-founder David Ashe. “We encourage everyone concerned about the future education of African American children to visit the fundraiser GoFundMe page and donate now!”
About BCE Media
BCE Media Inc., founded in 2016, is an online marketing, communications and production media company whose flagship property is BlackCulturalEvents.com, an online events calendar that offers a gateway to the rich cultural life of Black Southern California.
About the Bertram L. Ashe Educational Foundation
The Mission of the Bertram L. Ashe Educational Foundation is to provide tools, programs, and services for underserved African American students to successfully complete post-secondary education.