Home and school visits are conducted by our staff in an effort to monitor academic and social progress. Finally, due to the overwhelming poverty of our demographic, food deprivation is a critical issue in the home. Therefore daily snacks, which may serve as a child’s only hot meal, are provided.
The Foundation takes a personal interest in the lives of elementary and secondary students facilitating their development by providing mentors, educational opportunities, after school programming and recreational programs they may otherwise be denied.The community-based model allows the Foundation to expend at least 90% of its time and resources working with the children and their families to increase the opportunity to have a greater impact on the family unit. We offer tutoring, life skills and long term mentoring.