Dear Mr. Raymond Brown,

Financial management is very important. Learning about multiple outlets to create residual income should become a focal point when getting into the work field.

The purpose of contacting you is because your classes that teach about investments would be very beneficial you the young people that join our program.

During our camps and workshops, we would like to set aside a time in which the students can learn about investments, savings, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Each class would range from 10 to 25 students. If during a period where there are over 50 students, we would hold one session in one area.

We would love for you to teach this class. If you are interested in teaching a financial investment class during selected workshops or camps, please send your price for doing so. We anticipate the class would only take one hour and would be scheduled according to your availability.

Also, on August 18, 2019 at the Agricenter, we will be honoring selected individuals who are making a great impact in Memphis and would like to honor you during this event. If you are available that day and are interested in attending, please respond as soon as possible.

Also please fill out the form below if you are interested in teaching class


Thank you so much for your time!


Unity of the Arts is owned and operated by a nonprofit organization. In the fall of 2019, we will launch our first performance arts program for both children and teens ages 5 to 19, who are interested in the field of art, music, dance, photography, film, fashion, modeling, and acting. Through our various fundraiser activities and events, we aim to make each program free for all students.

On August 18, 2019, at 5pm at the Agricenter we will have our first annual Unity of the Arts annual Gala  which will debut our program. Proceeds from the Gala will go towards our workshops & performing arts programs.