Dionne Warwick Joins the Board of Bright Future International
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This morning Dionne Warwick and Anthony Melikhov announced that she joined the Board of Directors of Bright Future International (http://www.brightfutureinternational.com) to further support the awareness for their children's relief effort.
The founder and visionary of Bright Future International Anthony Melikhov launched the organization in 2010 to aide children hunger, protection of children youth and women refugees. Bright Future has also created an international alliance of teachers and educators aims to help children who find themselves in difficult situations. The organization also has programs designed to give children from low-income homes, single parent families, foster families, physical challenges, and below-standard environments a chance for successful socialization and personal growth.
Since the beginning, Bright Future International has hand picked people to help broaden the awareness for his organizations causes by spending the time to insure that each person is as sincere about the issues as he is. The impact of Bright Future International has been measured by its ability to help but it is now leveraging an initiative that will build a robust global media network to aggregate the message of its alliances worldwide.
During the time that Anthony Melikhov and Dionne spent together they devised a game plan that included Music, special events and international media campaigns. Dionne Warwick has toured the world for over 50 years performing in front if children teens and dignitaries. She has touch the corners of music and pop cultures. Companies have leveraged her talent to increase sales of records. "At 72 years old (on 12/12/12) Dionne, has looked at The Game plan that Anthony and her son Damon Elliott who has also recently joined the Board if Directors, as a way to give back to her own vision and give under served children a chance by letting others know that they can help by contributing to the cause," says Richard Victor Mahee, Mahvrick.