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Assertively Promoting
Philanthropic Services


F O L L O W A.P.P.S. on F A C E B O O K
F O L L O W A.P.P.S. on I N S T A G R A M

A New Way to Give Back

Happy Holidays!
You are a generous person at heart. Most people are. People enjoy helping others and are looking for new ways to give back to the community. To help you do that, I wanted to take a brief minute to tell you more about APPS NONPROFIT CORPORATION.
Mission Statement
"ON THE HUNT" to engage and lead others together alongside A.P.P.S. in providing outreach that supports movements of strong community improvement focused in the areas of Health, Wellness, Financial Education, Occupational and Social Welfare.
A.P.P.S. Vision Statement
Assertively Promoting Philanthropic Services (A.P.P.S.) commits to providing assistance in helping individuals Invest, Partner, Sponsor and Fund programs pushing more development efforts into diversifying and forwarding cultural awareness, social advocacy projects, human rights and philanthropic acts within the community for the wellness and benefit of each other.

Rosetta Retailers' Mission Statement
Assemble retail items in exchange of a Donation to APPS NONPROFIT CORPORATION to continue it's existence, funding and support
Originate profit mechanism to create steady cash flow to fund, support and operate a successful non profit organization, outreach programs and events.
"Rosetta Retailer" was organized to assemble retail items in exchange of a Donation to APPS NONPROFIT CORPORATION through the nonprofits' Online Retail Store establishment, "Rosetta Retailer".
"On The Hunt?!" Outreach Program
Objective: Create, develop and mentorship a supportive network of businesses and individuals to increase the morale, resources and jobs available in Occupational and Social Welfare initiatives targeting our local communities and families!

Description of APPS NONPROFIT Activities

What is the activity?
HIV/AIDS outreach is our core program. APPS NONPROFIT is “on the hunt” to build awareness, increase HIV prevention and care, afford education and resources such as food, housing and rapid testing to stop the spread of HIV. We also look to strengthen our nations response in supporting HIV by providing focus groups, team building activities and youth advocacy for individuals and families infected and affected by HIV and AIDS. Our staff will participate in Health Fairs, Street Fairs, workshops, forums, nationally proclaimed days for HIV/AIDS awareness and community-wide celebrations and festivals as well as conduct street outreach in high risk neighborhoods. We will also collaborate with local business to promote prevention and education.
Fact: According to the Centers of Disease Control, Atlanta is the fifth highest metro area for rates of new HIV diagnoses. The South has the greatest number of people living with the disease and dying from it, and that in Georgia, 613 people died with AIDS in 2012.
Fact: Georgia is one of the several states that is part of a pilot program with the CDC to boost HIV testing and prevention, particularly among minorities.
Who conducts the activity?
A team of nonprofit volunteers including the board members and non-profit staff. We will look to partner with other local nonprofits and foundations such as:
  • AIDS Healthcare Foundation
  • Kaiser Healthy Living & Active Learning
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Southern AIDS Coalition
  • AIDS United
  • Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta
  • United Way
Fact: Grady Hospital has the only Emergency Department in the city that offers a HIV test to every patient regardless of why they came in. Since starting a routine testing program in 2013, Grady diagnosed an average of two or three patients with HIV every single day, 15 – 20 new cases each month. Nearly half have AIDS the day you diagnose them.
Fact: Medicaid is the largest source of coverage for persons living with HIV/AIDS; not expanding Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, which is the case in GA, keeps some people from getting tested.
When is the activity conducted?
Regular Business Hours, weekends and overnight hours in the LGBTQ/Atlanta Nightlife club scene for direct outreach and awareness marketing. The CDC estimated that HIV/AIDS cases increase among persons aged 15 – 29 & 50 – 64. Minorities and males accounted for 73% of all HIV/AIDS cases among adults and adolescents. Of the estimated 6,726 children living with HIV/AIDS, 90% had been exposed parentally. African American women account for 87% of all women with AIDS in Atlanta. 50% of the new infections are occurring in youth 16 – 24 years old.
Fact: Emory researcher Patrick Sullivan use to oversee HIV surveillance at the CDC stated, “Black men who have sex with other men in Atlanta are three times more likely to become HIV positive than whites, despite having a similar number of sex partners.”
Fact: A recent Emory University study found that by the time they turn 30, 60% of black gay and bisexual men will become infected with HIV.
Where is the activity conducted?
Metro Atlanta, Ga Area, Clayton County, Gwinnett County, ect. New HIV infections are concentrating most in people of color and people who are poor, homeless, incarcerated, have other health challenges, unprotected sex and/or use drugs. Their infections are more likely to progress to AIDS because historically these communities have unsubstantial or no access to health care and often do not get the level of treatment needed to be healthy again. With no cure and no vaccine for HIV, HIV prevention through education is the only way to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS.
Fact: Georgia is one of the several states that is part of a pilot program with the CDC to boost HIV testing and prevention, particularly among minorities.

How does the activity further the organization’s exempt purposes?
APPS NONPROFIT CORPORATION supports outreach targeting areas in Health, Wellness and Education. Atlanta, Georgia is an epicenter of a new HIV/AIDS epidemic. Education is needed throughout the community to heighten the awareness of HIV prevention, care and testing resources. Wellness is always a major health concern when insurance is a bigger issue for individuals who are infected and are in need of care and prescriptions. Rapid Testing, food, support and emphasis on helping people learn their HIV status promotes a lifestyle of healthier living. Continue to promote Health and Wellness by passing out condoms and prep for preventive care measures will aide in reducing the number of new HIV infections in the United States. 
Fact: We need African Americans advocates to educate our fellow people on this epidemic that is killing and taking innocent lives. Death from AIDS is still a reality for many young African Americans, says Dr. Abigail Hankin-Wei who oversees the HIV testing program at Grady Hospital.
What percentage of the organization’s total time is allocated to the activity?
100% of the organizations time will be dedicated to HIV/AIDS Awareness. The “On The Hunt” Program will facilitate and coordinate fundraising activities, grant funding opportunities, donor development, public speaking, marketing campaigns, community affairs, volunteers, programs, activities and events.
Fact: Georgia’s Department of Public Health reports that a disproportionate share of more than 50,000 people with HIV in Georgia who are low-incomed and black.
How is the activity funded?
APPS NONPROFIT will facilitate and coordinate fundraising activities, grant funding opportunities from the government and private foundations, donor activities such as donations, sponsors & partnerships with other local businesses and non profits, and other finance options available to the non profit, and generating revenue from the nonprofit online store products and services to support programming, development and marketing expenses.  
Fact: 80% of people living with HIV/AIDS in 2012 were men, 20% women
Fact: 68% Black, 19% White, 6% Hispanic living with HIV/AIDS


  • In the year 2015, ASSERTIVELY PROMOTING PHILANTHROPIC SERVICES APPS, LLC (@APPSMOBILETAX) has donated over $7,000 to individuals, families and children in need of a LOAN, GIFT, BLESSING OR DONATION throughout Los Angeles County & Atlanta's local counties and communities‼️


  • @APPSMOBILETAX gifted A.P.P.S. NONPROFIT CORPORATION $500 for Business Start-Up Expenses and a secured credit card expense account of $1000 totaling a $1500 iinvestment to help develop the nonprofit.   


  • A.P.P.S. LLC COMMITS to donating a portion of its revenue each year to APPS NONPROFIT CORPORATION to help assist with funding the "On the Hunt" Outreach Program. A percentage of the donations will also be invested towards fulfilling 'the Sustainability of A.P.P.S. 100 Year Vision' and sponsoring the start-up cost to complete Rosetta Retailers' MISSION.
The Sustainability
A.P.P.S. 100 Year Vision
Help individuals Invest, Partner, Sponsor and Fund more programs, events and facilities pushing more Development efforts together for
predecessors & children to succeed.
Let me now tell you how you can be a part of this life-changing event. We are currently looking for three things:
  1. Active financial donors to help run, set-up, and provide for the needs of the organization and the people we aim to help.
  2. Volunteers to help at outreach events and other tasks.
  3. People to spread the word of our efforts to their friends so that more and more people can benefit from the growth of our social initiatives.
Interested in making a difference? If you would be willing to become involved in any of the three areas above we would love to hear from you. You can just give us a call at (323) 540-1855 or send us an email at, and we will get in touch with you and bring you into our APPS family.
We very much look forward to hearing from you.
Thurman Robinson Junior
Executive Director & Founder
P.S. We are also actively seeking members for our board of directors. If you would like to be on the board and help steer this new kind of non-profit just give us a call and we will set up a time to interview you for the board. There are currently only eight board positions left to fill, and I would love to have you in one of them. 

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Assertively Promoting Philanthropic Services

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