This program was designed to motivate and empower young girls ages 5-21 through team building in a sisterhood setting. The program will influence personal, professional, and educational growth by providing various opportunities for academic advancement, life skills and coaching, mentoring, career training, peer- to- peer dialogue, health and wellness awareness, and scholarship programs. Some scholarships may only be available for girls without families or those with limited family support. This program is open to all.
Other programs include sports, artistic dance, step dance, and culinary arts.
This program was designed to motivate and empower young boys (ages 5-21) through team building in a brotherhood setting. The program will influence personal, professional, and educational growth by providing various opportunities for academic advancement, life skills and coaching, mentoring, career training, peer- to- peer dialogue, health and wellness awareness, and scholarship programs. Some scholarships may only be available for boys without families or those with limited family support. This program is open to all.
Other programs include sports, poetry, step dance, and culinary arts.
This program is designed to assist senior citizens with activities of daily living. The program will offer the support that is needed to enhance independent living and promote health and wellness through building healthy support systems and meaningful relationships. Our goal is to help senior citizens continue to live independently for as long as they can and give them something to look forward to. This includes light house cleaning, grocery/ personal care shopping, companion sitting, grooming (hair styling or cutting) and more. This program is reserved for seniors without families or limited family support.
Extended senior services include senior trips, recreation activities, meal/meal assistance, literacy/educational opportunities, health awareness and intervention, festive events and more. These service are open to all seniors.
Literacy Champions Change the World
This is an extended summer program that targets children age k-12 that are first time readers, below grade level reading or have reading disabilities. The goal for this program is to improve reading, writing and comprehension levels of our children so that they are better prepared throughout the academic school year and to reduce the number of children falling behind and below grade level in reading and comprehension.
Spring and Summer Camp for kids will be available for children ages 3-13 on the spring break and during the summer months. The camp will provide age appropriate educational curriculum and fun- filled activities to include field trips. Snacks will be provided.
Summer Camp for Seniors will be available certain days of the week. This will include educational and recreational activities. Snacks will be provided.
Please call for a camp schedule. These programs are open to all.
Alternate Program: Young Men Survive (YMS)
This Mentorship Program was created to support and guide young mothers (and fathers) and abandoned pregnant teens through homelessness and difficult life circumstances. Our programs provide academic planning/support, family planning, peer-to-peer support groups, personal and professional development, and other skills that will help them to regain direction, independency and confidence. In some cases, we are able to provide temporary shelter.
SOLE SURVIVOR CONNECT (SSC)
This program recognizes and supports the last surviving member of his/her immediate family, known as the sole survivor. Some Sole Survivors are saddened by the idea of life without immediate family. This program will connect the sole survivor with other sole survivors to share their experiences, expectations and thoughts on how to move forward. The Sole Survivor program will attempt to reconnect survivors with other family members when possible through scheduled activities and events. This program is open to all.
Teach Me Tuesdays
Tutoring will be provided to strengthen areas of deficiency in all subjects for children and adults. Youth will also be able to get homework and project assistance. This program is open to all.
Food and Toy assistance will be available for needy families during the months of November and December. Items will be given out to individuals without families or have limited family support by referrals first. Remaining items will be available for all. Please submit a request via email by October 21, 2019 to be placed on the holiday distribution list.
L.M.E.T.T Squad (Love Me Enough To Teach)
The purpose of this program is to teach, prepare, and enhance life safety skills in children and parents through real-life predator testing. The program challenges them with live testing on the dangers of interacting with strangers in an effort to ensure that they have the knowledge and experience to make safe decisions. This program is open to all.
Helping The Homeless: Childcare
We are showing our love in some of the homeless shelters in the Atlanta area by providing childcare services while parents receive the training that they need to better themselves. Our team aim to be a support system to these families and to provide positive life experiences to help them through their difficult times.