THE BEULAH PROJECT
"Empowering people and communities through
health education, the arts,
 media and law."
The Beulah Project is potted; rooted in the dirt of the common man-woman to give rise to something better in the coming days.
- Ronald Allen
A message from KELVIN D. ALLEN, SR.
regarding CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

Dearest Friends and Supporters,

As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread throughout the Nation and around the globe, it will be extremely important moving forward that we prepare ourselves as much as possible, and that preparation should include practicing good hygiene. Please be mindful of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) Guidelines (www.cdc.gov) and Steps to Prevent Illness.  Finally, please contact your health care provider about additional steps you may take to protect yourself.  

Yours sincerely,

Kelvin De’Marcus Allen, Sr.
Founder, Executive Director
The Beulah Project, Inc.
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"Helping People and Communities Reach Their Highest Potential."
Established in 2014 to honor the memory of Sadie Beulah McLean Allen (1920 - 2004), mother, missionary and charitable giver. The Beulah Project, Inc.'s mission is to empower people and communities through health education, the arts, media and law.

Born in Parkton, N.C. in 1920, Sadie Beulah McLean Allen's life was a testament to perseverance and faith. Although her dreams were often put on hold or never realized, Allen's dedication to raising her family, her encouraging nature, and anonymous giving assisted countless others in pursuing and accomplishing their goals.

Therefore, with that spirit in mind, The Beulah Project is dedicated to creating and sustaining projects that empower people and communities as they strive to reach their highest potential. The Beulah Project is a 501 (c)(3) tax exempt charitable organization.
 
 
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Sadie Beulah Mclean Allen
"Mother, Missionary and Charitable Giver"
May 15, 1920 - March 29, 2004