Hurricane Harvey Support

As most people know, Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas as a Category 4 hurricane last night. As an organization based off the Gulf Coast in Mobile, AL, People United to Advance the Dream Inc. understands firsthand what it is like to experience the detrimental effects of catastrophic hurricanes and the effect it has on the community. So, we encourage our fellow Americans to pray for and support those in Texas as they deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and for their hopeful speedy recovery.  

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Robert E. Battles Benefit

People United to Advance the Dream Mobile Inc. presents a Benefit for Robert E.Battles, Sr. Join us at Sunlight District Auditorium. For more information, contact Reverend David Edwards at 251-518-8885.


1st Annual Education Scholarship Recipients

Diamond J. Jackson, senior at W.P. Davidson High School; where she is member of the marching & concert band. A member of Hope Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church, she is active in the Christian Education &Missionary youth group and serves as an acolyte. She is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta’s Delteen Youth Organization. Diamond plans to attend Alabama State University, Montgomery AL, where she plans to major in communications and minor in music. Upon graduation Diamond plans to work in television as a local news correspondent or a classical musician.

Ke’Aundra Nicholson, senior at Murphy High School; a graduate of T.L Faulkner Technical Career Center, through the Cosmetology program. She is an active member of New Hope Baptist Church and full time member of the Davis Avenue Community choir. Ke’Aundra plans to attend Bishop State Community College, majoring in Business Marketing. After completion of school she will pursue entrepreneurship, becoming a local businesswoman.

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People United to Advance the Dream on Fox 10 News


“People United to Advance the Dream” is an organization based on continuing the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior. Along with the Mobile Black History Museum, they’re planning a special ceremony honoring some of the pillars of our community.