Link Up Tally Inc is a non-profit organization found by Darian Davis back in 2015 as an effort of bridging the gaps of educational disparities within the poverty-stricken areas of the Tallahassee community. Having grown up in the low-income housing developments of the Tallahassee community, and consistently frequenting those areas until present day, Mr. Davis knows exactly what those disparities look like. Deciding to do something about it led to the first annual Link Up Weekend event (July 2015). This is a weekend geared around community engagement and community awareness, where there’s spotlight upon issues within the community and resources brought in to bring about resolution to those issues. Friday is dedicated towards adults, Saturday the youth, and Sunday is closed out with a community pool party/cookout.
From here Link Up Tally Inc has hosted numerous events from resource and career fairs, food and
clothing giveaways, to community parties for the youth. Currently, Link Up Tally Inc has started a full curriculum afterschool program for youth grades k-12. This is a culturally based educational program geared to build awareness and understanding of one’s individual self, culture and history, critical thinking, economics, financial literacy, and generational wealth building. The goal is to simply create a haven and atmosphere of greatness. Link Up Tally Inc has much more to come because the vision for community wellness is an ever-growing task.
As the saying goes “It takes a Village to Raise a Child” we’re building that village, so let’s Link Up!!!
Phone: (850) 228-7149
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