Ar-Tillery's, Inc.

Ar-Tillery's, Inc.

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Hello, my name is Kirk... I am in the process of raising capital through the arts and other fundraising methods, that will end all poverty in the US and around the world. With that being said, I was raised in a extremely improvised city which was a very harsh way to grow-up. As a kid I had high hopes and dreams for myself to be somebody that would make a difference. I wanted to go to Princeton, Yale, or Harvard, to become what I so desired to be during my career dream period. When I received my Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) scores they were on a third grade level of, reading, writing, math, spelling, etc., as this hit me with another dose of cold hard reality, after a long impoverished up-bringing. Going straight to college after twelve years of high school wasn’t going to happen for me, nor would it happen for about 95% of my male under educated classmates. Our poor public school education and very low SAT scores ended all of our dreams of receiving any type of higher education or a future upper income earning life-style. As adolescents we had no way of knowing we were getting an inferior/poor education or how many other kids from the same type of school environment, were being under educated as well. We were “babies” not men, at the mercy of our adult educators, who lead us down a dream killing path when it came to giving poor kids, a competitive education. We had no way to compare our so-called education or how to check our future SAT scores against the well-educated kids in the suburbs or outside of our school district. We did not know any of the kids who were getting a good education, as well as getting prepared for a much higher future or life style as adult men. Their good education is also being passed down to the next generation of well educated kids, who will never feel the "pains" of being raised in an improvised city. I could have react to these unfair disappointments in many different angry ways after a full "twelve years" (12) of school, and a worthless diploma in my hand. Somehow “Thank God” I woke up early in life to this harsh cold reality and said to myself. If I want to be successful at anything, I was going to or have to take the long uphill, unpaved, rocky road, to get there. Since then I’ve known that my success would depend on working hard, six/seven days a week. Staying on track, staying focused, staying out of trouble, and trying to become one of the best of what limited choices I had at the time to choose from. In my case this meant I would become, a "janitor"! In time I became one of the best "janitors" in this country. Starting with nothing, to owning my own building cleaning service, has been an uphill challenge like none other. Over the years, I’ve completed cleaning contracts at various types of buildings up and down the east coast for all types of different industries. I’ve worked and contracted with Building Property Management Firms, Army Bases, Navy Bases, Construction Contractors, Hospitals, School Districts, College Campuses, Government Buildings, etc. Until I became sick a few years ago and hospitalized from over exhaustion, I was building a successful business and employing many people from the same impoverished city. I ran a successful building cleaning service for many years that made a major difference for this city's employment status. I became self-taught and developed new day to day business skills so I could someday succeed as a businessman. It took an extra twelves plus years from my life to re-educate myself, after already paying my dues of being so-called educated, in an impoverished public school system. A higher levels of education should be entitle to all innocent kids/babies, as a right to pursue prosperity and happiness. For More Details Please Click Link: https://www.gofundme.com/art-donations-for-chester-pa (wkirk777@aol.com)



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