MSF Upcoming Events

Here’s a summary of MSF’s next events!

MSF Anti-Bullying Event

MSF will talk to 5th graders at Lowery Elementary School and 6th – 8th graders at Lowery Middle School in Donaldsonville, Louisiana on October 26, 2017 about cyber bullying. Both school counselors agreed that cyber bullying is a major issue the students are facing this year. Last year, MSF spoke to 3rd – 5th graders about bullying at Lowery Elementary. This year’s focus will be on the 5th graders for the school. MSF hopes to gain support from parents, other relatives and friends of the students at both schools. Please help us to reinforce positive behavior and to stomp out bullying!

What I am Thankful for Dinners

On November 4th and 11th, MSF will host its annual dinner events for Partners Against Domestic Violence (PADV). MSF will cook and serve dinner and have arts and crafts with the children. This year there will be a change in the line up. MSF is excited to have a guest speaker! 

***Make sure to look out for the MSF articles after each event for more details!!!***


MSF Blog Updates

MSF has been busy serving our communities! We wanted to get everyone caught up on what the foundation has been up to. 😊

MSF participated in back to school activities in Georgia and Louisiana for the 2017 School Year. MSF gave 100 book bags to Barrow County In Schools for their annual Back to School Bash on July 27, 2017. MSF also attended the event and provided anti-bullying information with blow pops, as well as 150 care packages to students. As usual, Markus Wingfield of Mark & Company Barber Shop cut hair for free. This is the 5th year that MSF has participated in the event.

In Louisiana, MSF had the pleasure of providing school supplies, 200 care packages, and inspirational quotes with blow pops to Donaldonsville High, Lowery Middle, and Lowery Elementary schools. The foundation also gave 32 book bags to students in need at a Baton Rouge apartment complex, and another 30 to a church in White Castle, La.

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Markus busy cutting hair at the Back to School Bash


Lowery Elementary School reached their goal of reducing bullying in their school! As promised, MSF provided pizza, drinks and cookies on May 19, 2017. The students thoroughly enjoyed the pizza party!

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On November 5 & 12 of 2016, MSF hosted the 4th annual What I am Thankful For dinner event for PADV shelters. The foundation cooked dinner which included: Turkey Meatballs – BBQ and brown gravy, mac & cheese, spaghetti squash (veggie dish), cabbage, corn bread muffins, stuffing, mini cakes and apple crisp pie and drinks. We also created What I am Thankful For turkeys with the clients and provided a variety of calendars and inspirational books. Entertainment was provided by One Voice One Sound of the New Mercies Christian Church Choir.
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MSF had the honor of hosting an anti-bullying event at Lowery Elementary in Donaldsonville, LA on October 6, 2016. The organization spoke to 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders about bullying and its effects on the victim and the bully. The foundation gave away anti-bullying bracelets, butterfly pendants, and bookmarks to all students. The students also had chances to win MSF T-shirts for correctly answering anti-bullying trivia questions. MSF challenged the students to reduce bullying by the end of the school year. If they succeed, MSF promised the students a pizza party!


Louisiana Back to School Events

Louisiana Back to School Events


MSF had the opportunity to host a variety of back to school initiatives in Louisiana on August 4th and 5th. The foundation was able to provide book sacs, schools supplies, care packages and blow pops with inspirational messages to 38 students in need in a community in Baton Rouge.


Children excited to receive their book sacs and school supplies!

The organization’s next stop was Donaldsonville. Care packages were dropped off to Donaldsonville High and Lowery Middle Schools. At Lowery Elementary, 5th graders received care packages. School supplies and blow pops with inspirational messages were also given to LES.



From left to right: Daryl Comery (Associate Principal), Dr. Charie Worley (Assistant Principal), Yolonda Williams (Counselor), Deon Singleton (MSF), Taniya Jackson (MSF Junior), Cher Singleton (MSF), Dianna Singleton (MSF), DHS Staff Member, Shannon Singleton (MSF) and Marvin Evans (Principal)



Anthony Brown: Lowery Elementary Staff member bringing in school supplies

In total, 200 care packages were given away. The packages included toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, soap, feminine products for the girls and inspirational messages.

School supplies included: Binders, calculators, ink pens, glue sticks, scissors, loose leaf paper, crayons, color pencils, pencils and composition notebooks.

Camille Eden Singleton Blanket Drive

Camille Eden Singleton Blanket Drive

On July 10th, MSF was privileged to present Northside Hospital with needed blankets for the NICU department. The blankets were made by our own MSF member, Linda Singleton. MSF’s donation is in memory of Camille Eden Singleton.

“We are truly blessed that the Myles Singleton Foundation came together to honor our little angel, Camille Eden Singleton, by donating these blankets to the families of newborn babies at Northside Hospital Atlanta. Our Camille was here for 12 days and we were blessed by the wonderful Drs. and Nurses who cared for her while she was here. We too received blanket donations during our time of need and wanted to return the favor and give back. Thank you to all of the (MSF) members that helped to put this together.” Kevin Singleton