O - Youth Development

Casa Tia Emma Corp

Casa Tia Emma is a Non Profit Organization developed to provide assistance and guidance to young Latino girls and other ethnicities in our community. With our organization we wish to assist them with academic studies, leadership and volunteering in the community. We want to help provide the students with the self confidence to go out into the world and become great leaders. Our program will help the girls manifest into something great.

LEAD Girls of NC Inc.

Change a girl. Change a community. Change the world.
Learning Everyday Accomplishing Dreams (LEAD) is dedicated to providing the tools and resources that low-income/at-risk preteen girls must have to become productive citizens and active leaders in their communities. Using an evidence-based curriculum, LEAD encourages and mentors girls to aspire and achieve greatness academically, emotionally and creatively.

CROSSED: The Youth Law Center

CROSSED is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit focused on a holistic legal representation model for youth in Robeson County. The nonprofits goals are to provide zealous, holistic representation for youth in Robeson County, North Carolina which includes representing youth during criminal and civil legal proceedings; connecting youth with appropriate social services needed; implementing child/family engagement; and promoting positive youth development with a multi-dimensional method, including the illustration of the love of Christ, compassion, and kindness by staff and board members of CROSSED.

Extreme Teen Leaders

Vision

Extreme Teen Leaders vision is to create a world where the teens in our community are well-rounded, conscious to their higher purpose, visionary, and successful in every domain of their lives.

Mission

Our mission is to provide teens with tools that will help them to:

Simply Girls, Inc.

Simply Girls Inc. is committed to providing the tools and resources for all girls that will lead them to become productive citizens and active leaders in their communities. Simply Girls encourages and mentors girls to aspire and achieve greatness academically, emotionally and creatively.

Keep Your Hand Up

To encourage african american young men to stay in school and realize that learning can be cool. It is also our goal to allow law enforcement and young african american men to interact in a fun positive way. Mainly to allow young minority men to get to know the man/lady instead of judging them by their job or uniform.