We are open to volunteers to assist with community projects that help keep our youth busy, out of harm's way, and away from involvement with violent criminal activity.
"Young people, especially young males, account for a disproportionate amount of community violence. Any effort to reduce violence must involve a special focus on youth. Strategies that add structure and opportunities for youth have been shown to decrease their involvement in violent crime. Youth employment, job mentorship and training, educational support, and behavioral interventions can improve youth outcomes and reduce violence. Some of these strategies require relatively costly individualized therapeutic interventions, but others focused on work and school have been associated with cost-efficient reductions in violence."
-John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Help us, Help Us All!
Join us in November 2023. We will need volunteer coaches and supporters.
Services and resources that can assist in areas such as tutoring, one to one peer support, as well as parent workshops can be offered and available. We have partnerships with experienced, trained, and professional resources to assist our young attendees and parents on site!
MAKE AN IMPACT.
Send us your information. Whether you are a retired member of the community, a professional looking to volunteer perhaps as minimal as 2 hours per week, a higher education student looking to gain classroom experience, we would like to hear from you!