Black History Month Contest
Thank you for helping us celebrate the success of our 2022 film summer camp students, at the Red Carpet Premiere of Dream Catcher. Stay tuned for more opportunities to see their documentary.
Film Summer Camp 2021
"Social Media Be Like"
Scholarships were provided to our 2021 Film Sumer camp students. We truly appreciate our sponsors who helped make this opportunity possible; Rotary Club of Washington D.C., ENA Foundation Inc., 5th & Hamilton, Howard University Hospital, Howard University Louis Stokes Library, Joe Perry, Robert Katz, Fatima Barnes Ph.D, Gail Nunlee-Bland M.D. and Terry Thompson M.D. Also, a SPECIAL thanks to the organizations who donated daily meals for our students; Chick-Fil-A (Columbia Heights, MD), Edvocare LLC, Obo's Pizza, Ree Ree's Kitchn' and Sodexo.
Students taking time for a photo op during camp.
Students at the Red Carpet Premiere of "Social Media Be Like."
LTW Officers and Board Members had the pleasure of recognizing some of our sponsors during the Red Carpet Premiere.
The 2021 Film Summer Camp Documentary, "Social Media Be Like"
Scholarships were provided to fifteen students to participate in our 2019 Film Summer Camp. We would like to send a SPECIAL Thanks to camp sponsors and supporters; Rotary Club of Washington D.C., ENA Foundation Inc., The Better Family Inc., Hamilton & 5th, Howard Univeristy Louis Stokes Library, WHUT, Estelle Cooke-Sampson M.D., Terry Thompson M.D., Gail Nunlee-Bland M.D., Ree Rees Kitchn', STURDI, Sodexo, Uncle Chip's, and Wegmans.
2019 Film Summer Camp students collaborated to create a heartfelt documentary, "The Impact; Traumatizing Kids," that shares their feelings about violence in the media, in hopes to inspire their peers to discuss their feelings and overcome fear.
FILM SUMMER CAMP - 2018
The 2018 Red Carpet Premiere of the student's documentary, "Fifteen Scenes" was Amazing. These students worked together to create a heart felt documentary that shares how they dealt with adversity in their lives. They're hopeful their documentary will inspire their peers.
THANK YOU to our 2018 Sponsors; ENA Foundation Inc., Terry Thompson, M.D., Gail Nunlee-Bland, M.D., Murphy's Auto Body Shop, Howard University Hospital, Quammen Group, United General Contractors Inc., Potbelly, Sodexho, China Wonder, Ree Ree's Kitchn, and Mark Sturdivant
2018 Red Carpet Premiere, "Fifteen Scenes"
FILM SUMMER CAMP 2017
"One of These Days"
Film Summer Camp 2017 was a success, thanks to our sponsors; Murphy's Auto Body Shop, Samoyed Run, Potbelly, Starbucks, and United General Contractors Inc.
2017 Red Carpet Premiere, "One of These Days."
Light the Way Foundation is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting community youth, by funding extracurricular activities. These types of enrichment programs will aid youth in developing critical thinking skills that will enable them to reach their goals. LTW believes that activities promote youth to become better problem solvers, communicators within group settings, and confident independent thinkers. Providing funding for youth to obtain skills in sports or art related activities will opens doors for new opportunities that would not otherwise be available.
All youth should have the capacity to experience opportunities outside of their communities. Light the Way Foundation is striving to be one of the vehicles utilized, by youth with limited resources, to reach their potential to become future successful leaders and better members of society.
Light the Way Foundation is a non-profit 501 (C) (3) organization that provides funding for youth, with limited resources, to participate in extracurricular activities. We believe structured activities promote fundamental development for our youth, which prepares them for success. We need your support to ensure all youth have access to these programs.
Light The Way Foundation
P.O. Box 458
Temple Hills, MD 20757