Healthy Relationships, Healthy Marriages
Better Outcomes for Children
Wedded Bliss Foundation is a community based organization helping teens, singles and couples develop healthy relationships and healthy marriages to improve their lives, better the outcomes for children and create stronger communities. Our work was featured on CNN's Black in America 2. Since 2001 we've worked with underserved communities to strengthen families.
Classes are held in DC for men, women, singles and couples using the Basic Training Series developed by Nisa Muhammad and Dr. Rozario Slack. WBF also provides professional trainings and technical assistance to groups and organizations interested in strengthening marriage in the Black community. Invite WBF to your city. Wedded Bliss can be yours and we can show you how.
New classes start May 21, 2013. Interested in taking your relationship to the next level? Want to get better and stop the madness? We can help you have a great relationship. We're looking for DC Dads and their partners for these free classes. Sign up today.
"Marriage doesn't work on a 1+1=2 formula. Husbands and Wives Multiply each other and becoming one is a matter of multiplication not addition; the goal is to work this formula: 1x1=1" It allows you to multiply but remain ONE! - Nisa Muhammad
Our signature program Black Marriage Day was an incredible success. Just do an Internet search for Black Marriage Day and read about the amazing events held around the country. Nisa Muhammad was interviewed for Essence.com. More than 300 communities across the country are organizing events to celebrate marriage in the Black community. Next year Black Marriage Day is March 23, 2014. There are many things you can do for Black Marriage Day 2014. Start planning now.
Organize a Black Marriage Day First Comes Love Film Festival. Encourage youth to tell the story of how marriage looks in their community. Allow them to be a mirror for your city. Educate them on why marriage matters. Everything you need to have a red carpet event like applications, flyers and press releases, can be found at www.blackmarriageday.com.
Induct couples into your Black Marriage Day Marriage Hall of Fame. Many cities held fabulous events this year that told the joy and pain of couples struggling against odds to have wedded bliss. Everything you need to have a memorable event is at www.blackmarriageday.com.
Use your own creativity and have an event that represents our community. We’ve provided templates for flyers, posters, and press releases. There are facts sheets too on why marriage matters and why we celebrate Black Marriage Day. Get more info at www.blackmarriageday.com