Building Resilience in America's Youth
Tyler Meadows from Mental Fitness on Vimeo.
Help Tyler make it to the finals by donating today!
Tyler is one of fourteen performers who have made it through almost 6 months of auditions, callbacks, Semi-Finals and now … ONE will be selected to move on to the FINALS to compete for a $1,000 cash prize on May 20th at Converse College at 3pm!!!
The ONLY way that Tyler can get there, is through online voting — and he needs your vote! Each dollar voted will go toward improving Tyler’s chances of being in the FINALS. Voting ends after 11:59 PM on April 21, 2018.
All proceeds donated to this fundraiser will directly benefit Mental Fitness a nonprofit company dedicated to building resilience in youth through engaging programs. All donations are tax-deductible under Section 501(c)3 of the IRS Code (Tax ID: 20-8489636). Mental Fitness offers an array of evidence-based programs that build resilience in youth. For 12 years Mental Fitness has collaborated with researchers, educators and artists to bring cutting-edge programs into schools. Learn more about us at MentalFitnessInc.org
Tyler is an 11th grade student at Boiling Springs High School. From a young age, Tyler always had a love for music. As he got older, he began exploring different genres. When Tyler began his love for singing, he joined the choir at his Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church singing tenor. Then Tyler realized that God was calling him to something different. Instead of singing only in the background he needed to lead more. So Tyler began singing solos at his church which allowed him to become one of the lead vocalist of the choir. He also has had the privilege to sing at different events outside of church. But the main advice he remembers when he steps on stage is that his job is to spread love, joy, and peace through his voice.
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