Our mission is to expose youth to opportunities that are underrepresented in their communities, thus inspiring them to reach their full potential.
The mission of the Sean Ingram Academy Juvenile Diversion and Intervention Program is to reduce recidivism and juvenile delinquency by transforming all at-risk youth into productive citizens. The ministry of the Sean Ingram Academy is to engage, enlighten, and elevate our youth from their everyday struggles to their success.
Charlotte Community Services Association's mission is "Changing the Lives of Charlotte Area Youth By Providing Community-Based Programs of Excellence" and our motto is "Excellence For All." We provide academic and fine arts afterschool and summer programming, as well as offer an intensive tutoring program. We serve mostly low-income students of color and operate out of the Family Life Center of First Baptist Church-West.
CFK is a bridge organization that provides clear pathways for churches, groups and individuals to support youth in foster care. We focus on creating relational systems of support for each child in care. As a trusted partner of Meck YSF, CFK has direct access to meet the needs of foster youth through our four pathways: Foster, Mentor, Serve, Give.
The purpose of our program is to foster responsible behavior among Durham’s young people, to deter court-referred youth from becoming repeat offenders and to decrease the dropout rate of students in Durham school.
StrongHER TogetHER is a local organization helping GIRLS rise above stereotypes that alienate them from one another and instead, grow up to be
WOMEN who understand the power of their collective strength in the fight for EQUITY.
The mission of SOAR Outreach is to provide low-income and homeless youth in Wake County improved opportunities to excel in their education by ensuring that all children in our schools have equal access to basic personal care and hygiene items. We aim to empower all kids, provide equal opportunities for kids regardless of income, decrease bullying in our schools, and increase classroom successes in our most vulnerable population of kids.
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.
Retraining the Mind to Help the Body and Save the Soul
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.