November 9, 2012
'Yamanth" is truly one of the most unique an extraordinary organizations existing today. I am especially proud of both of these two individuals for their hard work, integrity, and desire to help others less fortunate than themselves. At such a young age the founders of Yasmanth, Yasmine and her brother Anthony, have done more to educate and help the public than most people do in a lifetime. Supported by their family they are constantly educating youth and adults alike in a brave attempt to build bridges between various cultures. Utilizing their artistry "Yasmanth" creates a harmonious understanding of the humanity in all of us through the spirit of music and dance. Creating an appreciation for art forms that have existed for thousands of years they continue a legacy of social and culture significance. Not only do they educate but they use their donations to give back to some of the communities in the world that are in crucial dire need. At the fore front of their organization is the desire to unify children in the arts to create a powerful voice with a peaceful message of selflessness and helpfulness. Some of the most needed attributes in the youth of today. They are a stellar example of what can be done when empowered by the desire to give. I have had the pleasure of volunteering for Yasmanth as well as educating them in the Middle Eastern Arts of Dance and Music. Their tenacious desire to learn and spread knowledge through the arts is more than commendable but it is their generous spirit and thriving desire to give which reigns supreme. Virginia Mendez Founder of C.O.M.E. Dance (Coalition of Middle Eastern Dance $ Arts) & Rakstar. Master Instructor & Performer of Middle Eastern Dance. Miami, Florida.
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