The Foundation

It is often said that LOVE makes the world go 'round, and three-time Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Raheem DeVaughn knows it to be the truth! Out of his genuine concern for the community and youth, Raheem founded The LoveLife Foundation, a non-profit organization that enables him to embrace several causes closest to his heart, with an emphasis on HIV/AIDS, domestic violence, mental illness, autism, cancer, education, music and the arts. Our mission is to improve lives through social development, education, and health and wellness by collaborating with community organizations and foundations to raise awareness and tackle issues that affect our communities.  

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LLF Events

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Sunday Soul DC

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Super Soul DC was created by the Chief Change Maker of Black Celebrity Giving (BCG), Jasmine Crowe, in 2013. The idea for Sunday Soul was to provide men, women and children in Atlanta experiencing homelessness with a hot, home-cooked meal complete with amazing volunteers and classic old school music.

On Sunday, April 3rd, BCG joined forces with friends Raheem DeVaughn, his LoveLife Foundation, Andrew Roby Events and Community Activist Tony Lewis, Jr. to host this pop-up  restaurant-style experience for those experiencing homelessness in the city of Washington, DC, complete with tables, chairs, linens and fresh flowers for the homeless.  Beyond just food and a wonderful dining experience, we provided over 300 care packages donated by the Akoma Foundation, 187 haircuts courtesy of 12 of DC's top Local and Celebrity Barbers; and, introduced the Sunday Soul Pop-Up Restaurant to provide a 5-course meal (donated by 8 of DC's Select Chefs and Bakers).

This was such a wonderful experience for everyone involved! The below image went viral! Haircut by Dexter of Millennium Salon (Silver Spring).

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