“On A Mission” with Phrantceena Halres from the Coach Tate Foundation

by | Apr 5, 2021 | On a Mission | 0 comments

Each week on “On a Mission” we talk to community leaders who are out to make a positive impact in the area. Today, our host Wendy Norfleet talks to Phrantceena Halres from the Coach Tate Foundation.

Coach Tate National Educational Athletic Association Corporation is a federally registered 501c3 nonprofit organization since 2010. They are celebrating their 11th Year here in 2021 with a shared Vision, Mission, Purpose and Provision with strategic public and private partners focused on a long-term legacy sustainable economic community development growth for today and our next generation.

To learn more, visit https://www.coachtatefoundation.com.

Short company description: Coach Tate National Educational Athletic Association Corporation is a federally registered 501c3 nonprofit organization since 2010. We are celebrating our 11th Year here in 2021 with a shared Vision, Mission, Purpose and Provision with strategic public and private partners focused on a long-term legacy sustainable economic community development growth for today and our next generation, particularly our underserved disenfranchised multi culture populations of children and their families. A first of its kind eco friendly environmentally safe secure and protected themed-park campus of living learning and earning for multi culture populations of children and their families on 40 plus acres of the right type of land to include our farm to the table agriculture program and services, manufacturing products and safe housing within our real estate development division for which I lead for the non-profit as a licensed real estate agent in State of Florida. Secondly an inclusive multicultural strategic education and entrepreneurial leadership learn and earn academy, with a goal to get chartered for public education. An immediate, short and long term sustainable job creator of thousands of local regional jobs and professional service contracts over next 25 years is one of the key benefits right away to the local community – rural community development and growth model.

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