Aliyah Najm, Mother of Mega-Platinum, Grammy Award-Winning Hip-Hop Artist T- Pain, Seeks Volunteers

Aliyah Najm, Mother of Mega-Platinum, Grammy Award-Winning Hip-Hop Artist T- Pain, Non-Profit Organization, Caregivers 911, Inc., Seeks Volunteers For Upcoming Projects
By: APM Public Relations-Angela P. Moore-Thorpe
CareGivers 911, Inc.
CareGivers 911, Inc.
ATLANTA - Aug. 30, 2013 - PRLog -- Aliyah Najm, aka “Mama Pain”, mother of Mega-platinum, Grammy Award- winning Hip-Hop artist T-Pain is thankful to family, friends and the public for  supporting her non-profit organization, CareGivers 911, Inc., benefit two weeks ago. With the successful launch/fundraiser under its belt, now the real work begins.  "The benefit was a huge success and now it's time to get to work," says Najm in a recent interview.  CareGivers 911, Inc., is busy building their volunteer roster for upcoming projects, and the organization is searching for volunteers in respite care, light housework, shoppers and everyday household activities.  The organization is also in need of donations from the public, monetary donations and companies wishing to get involved in upcoming projects for the holidays.

CareGivers 911, Inc.’s mission is to support, provide services and educate individuals responsible for the care of loved ones who are terminally ill or have a life-long illness.

Najm says there is a need for her organization (, and she wants to ensure that life is less stressful for those caring for loved ones with life-threatening or terminal illnesses.  She realizes that often individuals who are responsible for the care of others need assistance in carrying out every day chores, time to take care of themselves and to be able to take a break from the stress related to the challenging duties that come along with caring for family members with life-threatening or terminal illnesses.  “I have always heard of foundations that provided information and support for the individuals with the illnesses, but I’ve never heard of a foundation that is set up for the individuals taking care of the individual that’s ill.  Also, there are companies set up to provide the individuals known as ‘caregivers’ information and resources to help them maintain their responsibilities, but there are only a few that provides support and services to the caregivers,” says Najm in a recent interview.

“CareGivers 911, Inc. is designed to bring relief and alleviate the stress and demands on the responsibilities of a ‘caregiver’.  With the service and support we will be offering, it will allow the “caregiver” the opportunity to take care of their own personal needs.  The ‘caregiver’ will be able to function in this capacity without neglecting themselves,” says Najm.  “We will also provide educational resources to help the ‘caregiver's’ understand what they are dealing with and suggest ways to make their responsibilities easier.”

The organization will implement numerous events to raise funds for the organization. CareGivers 911, Inc. is in the process of planning seminars, summits, evening out, and several other events that will be customized to fit caregivers’ needs.

For more information, to make a donation, or volunteer at CareGivers 911, Inc., contact the organization by email,; website,; or by phone (404)981-4850.

About CareGivers 911, Inc.

CareGivers 911 is structured and set up to provide services and support to the caregivers responsible for taking care of their loved ones terminally ill or have a life-long illness. CareGivers 911 will provide support such as transportation, shoppers and in-house sitters. Our services will include donations from various vendors, facilities and other services from the community. These services will include maid services, donated meals from or a visit to various restaurants, catering services from culinary schools and private caterers. We will have donations from spas, resorts, hair salons and other similar places for the caregivers to be able to relax and have moments of a stress free environment. By providing these services the caregiver will have time to take care of their health and personal needs, to socialize for emotional stability and to also take time out to relax.

Media Contact: APM Public Relations @ or (770) 733-2600.
Source:APM Public Relations-Angela P. Moore-Thorpe
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