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Hi Guys,

I just wanted to let you know that I have a new email system.  This will serve you much better and get emails out to you very quickly.

Please, if you would, take a moment to update your information so you don't miss out on future emails by clicking the link below.

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Talk soon,

Tyler

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  • Corey United States

    i just wish i had help four me and my kids im homeless and afather of two my carbroke doswn and im struggling to maje it back and forth to work i cant even givemy kids a christmas my son has bad asthima and im just lost please help us

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  • L'Quarius Watertown, Ny

    ....and so the line of plumbs rolled down from where the myrtle tree sat the strings of the harp is what has them attached.......and where the cornerstone is...is where they roll down from(sigh) bringing with them seeds to grow ....a wall ..the same height as the tree , perhaps.

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  • Nan Jeffers Roxboro, NC

    Dear Mr. Perry: We know that small towns matter to you. And we want you to know that we make things matter to the youth in our town. In an economy that is failing us we still have heart to make a difference. We would like to invite you to help us do just that. Our nonprofit spearheads the annual MLK Young Dreamer’s parade and Birthday Bash for which we would like you to be our grand marshal. This letter is from the volunteers, supporters, participants and staff of the S.P.E.E.E.D. It is an honor and a privilege to know that you would consider helping a rural community such as ours. There are times when we feel forgotten as a people so far from the metropolitan areas. Our community is excited to know that this letter will be considered by someone we all look up to because you are as close as it gets to an successful Alumni and Entrepreneur from similar circumstances of the youth we serve. You might enjoy learning more about us in smilebox videos and documentary on our webpage www.teamspeeed.org of activities, conferences and seven year history. S.P.E.E.E.D. also has a Facebook page. Please feel free to contact me at your earliest convenience with any questions that you might have at . We look forward to this once in a life time partnership where together we can mobilize and motivate youth ages 8-21 who are under-served, disadvantaged, disabled, adjudicated, or displaced to become entrepreneurs through Enrichment, Education, and Employment opportunities. Our Vision is to equip, cultivate, inspire, and empower youth to become successful leaders and entrepreneurs in all facets of the workforce for the next millennial. The motto that propels our organization forward: “Planting seeds…growing kids…inspiring vision….empowering All Full Throttle towards Their Destiny!”

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  • Brent Miller Mt. Vernon,NY

    Tyler, I just finished watching Diary of a Mad Black Woman for the 100th time and I realized something. You were telling my story at the end of the movie with Debrah. I'll never be able to watch it the same way again. Thank you. The Lord has brought me a long way from where I was those many years ago and with that scene I will be able to see that he saved me.

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  • Antwane Hampton VA

    To whom this may concern, My name is Antwane Gallashaw and I’m an employee at the Hampton Boys & Girls Club located in Virginia. I’ve been employed with the company for six years. This letter isn’t about me, it’s about the well-being of the kids. Most clubs that I’ve worked for in this area are in contact with plenty of less fortune kids and families. Each holiday day season we do our best to provide what we can so that each kid can enjoy the holidays. We try to teach them that material things aren’t everything; however, in reality they are still children. This year we had a company whose name will not be mentioned donated gifts to a small portion of our club of only twenty-five children. We have about one hundred kids in our club so just imagine the faces of the ones who were left out of the gift giving this year for Christmas. It broke my heart to tell the others that they’re not receiving anything while the other kids unload the truck to get their gifts. The children that received presents were excited and ran into the club to tell everyone what they got for Christmas. I had one young man come up to me and asked if he can go to the truck to get something too, he didn’t understand that he wasn’t in the selected group of kids to receive a gift. I didn’t know how to explain to him that this company only brought enough gifts for twenty-five children. As parents came to pick up their children loading their cars with bags that the children received, some parents asked why their child didn’t receive anything. I had one young lady who was crying all the way to the car when her grandmother picked her up. One young lady said that she doesn’t want to return to our club due to the unfair treatment. I’m writing this letter to whomever that could help us raise money for the children at our club so they too can have a wonderful Christmas. All money raised will go directly towards all the children at the club. Sincerely, Antwan Gallashaw

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  • Rachel Williams Cleveland, Mississippi

    Hey Mr. Tyler Perry I'm a big fan of your work. I wrote a script myself and was wondering would you be interested in directing it. It's called Madea's Family Vacation. I'm telling you it's going to big a big hit cause it's filled with laughter. If you give me a chance to let you read it I know you will love it as much as I do. Hope to hear from you soon. -Rachel

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    • Glenda French Albany, Georgia #2160417

      Hi Mr. Perry, I am 60 years old and need some financial help can you please help me?

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  • Lonnie Chicago ill

    Hi tyler I am a fan I wanted to ask you if yiu would give me a blessing ? Starting a help the homeless Ministry im a young adult minister God bless

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  • Christine Gordon Augusta,Ga

    Frist of all Mr. Perry I love your testimony. Your journey is one only God has ordained! We hear about and celebrate The N**** League but what about those that paved the way for there to be A N**** League? I am privileged to have access to the story of some of the men, the best of the best baseball players before Jackie Robinson, before the N**** League . These are some of the trail blazers of Baseball, alive and well. Please help me tell a true story from men that lived and played in that era.Their story should be told! Thank You in Advance

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  • TAMIKA BROWN Wilmington Delaware

    Dec 7, 2015 Hello my name is Tamika brown I'm a 28yr old struggling mother of three girls I have to live at home with my mother due to multiple health issues that leaves me not able to work the state only gives me $75 an $194 to feed my children if I could get help I would buy a home for me an my kids an put money away for their education find new doctor's cause the one that did surgery on me left me messed up I've been suffering for 6yrs an no doctor would help me I believe it malpractice but no lawyer will take my side. I suffer from chronic pain an nausea after I had a gastric bypass that almost killed me .I had multiple blood clots to my lungs ,stomach, an leg where I had to learn how to walk again I spent months in the ICU, I had open heart surgery ,my coronary artery wasn't connected to my heart the doctors don't know if I was born like that but they said I was lucky to have lived all my life like that, I also suffer from something called syncope/vertigo I guess its some disorder that causes you to pass out without an warning.. I've passed out a few time's, I've had a hernia in my belly button, I currently have an iv port in my chest I am on iv nutrition feedings at home .I'm am unable to eat an hold thing's down so I get my vitamins, protein, iron from my iv infusion. I recently had to have surgery to have all 30 teeth removed because they got bad from all the medicine I'm on an from the throwing up made them rotten an they we're breaking off in my gums causing bad infection's, my life has been so hard since I've been so sick I have three girl's that look up to me an it hurts that I can't give them the life they deserve because of my health I spend more time in the hospital then with them an I see in their face that it bothers them. Please please help me ..I don't like to beg but this would really help an change our lives. I'm tired of begging for my kids to get fed or have Christmas ,or have anything they deserve.. I feel bad I can’t give them anything they want my little brother was killed last year in new Jersey he was hit by a tractor trailer truck he leaves behind a baby boy that I must make sure he’s taken care of his mom is 18 years old an I need help to support these kid’s..I pray this message reaches you .an please know this is coming from my heart not someone looking for a payday but someone seeking help for my family.. Much love IMA huge fan have a wonderful day. Hope to hear from you!! PLEASE HELP ME I CAN'T AFFORD TO GIVE MY CHILDREN A CHRISTMAS

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    • L.A Dillon SC #2158321

      I have been trying to get touch with you, for a long time seen like I just reach you please call me please please call.

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  • M. Randolph Alabama

    My name is Coach Randolph and I am the director of a nonprofit organization called the Alabama Avatars. Our objective is to become the positive change we want to see and be in the world, be the honest difference we want made, and to become the strength of courage needed in a fearful situation. Avatars do not hesitate at the start of a new journey; they embrace the road and possibilities that lay ahead. They become stronger, they become wiser, they become better and they become one; with their communities, with their families and with their team. These are a group of gifted, talented, intelligent and athletic young ladies wanting to make a difference and needing a difference made in their lives. Through competition of their God given abilities; college becomes more attainable and affordable. We need assistance via sponsorship. Sponsorship packet is available upon request. Thank you for your time, consideration and response. God Bless.

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  • Crystal United States

    My kids aunt have custody of them but want let me see them I really want them back please help me

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  • A sad black woman Jamaica

    My husband just beat me just because i wanted fifteen minutes of his time i have no friends to tell all my friends are fake my life is sad my baby father use to beat me now my 19 years old husband im proud of being a teenage mother and i wont regret that day i became a mom. I wish i woke up being happy my life is sad miserable i feel like going crazy my husband says i ruined is life because we got married young her took up a iron to hit me with it he treats me bad when im broke i know an important man like you wont reply to a raggedy Sad black woman like me i dont need your money i juat need your advice i believe in GOD and have faith if you dont i know he will send someone else.

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