For the upcoming school year, we’ve got some ambitious programming goals, so we set our sights on raising $10,000 by September 1, 2018.
We believe that all students should have access to quality after school programs. Unfortunately, very few schools provide this service and the after school hours can be a troublesome time for young people as they engage in high risk behaviors, are exposed to violence, and often go unsupervised. Donate to after school programs and ensure quality classes and workshops for students who need it the most.
CORE’s goal is to fill this gap with exciting and intriguing activities that engage young people in programs that build their self-esteem, leadership skills and prepare them to graduate, pursue a college degree and start a career. It’s a proven fact that quality after school programs support student success.
Help a teenager today by supporting after school programs that are engaging and exciting while making a difference in the lives of young people from underserved communities throughout Southern California. Help build their future by developing their self-esteem, leadership skills and preparing them for college and a career. For the upcoming school year, we’ve got some ambitious programming goals, so we’ve set our sights on raising $10,000 by September 1, 2018. Any size donation makes a difference. Donations from $10-$50 will enroll a student in a CORE program while larger donations will go towards supporting an entire program at a school.
Rock climbing for teens
GO OUT ON A LEDGE SO THAT A TEENAGER CAN TOO
CORE’s Nature Now program provides outdoor recreational activities like rock climbing that build leadership skills for underserved teenagers in Southern California.
Any donation will help:
- $50 will afford a student one class
- $500 will give that student a semester worth of programming
- $5,000 will provide an entire program for one school (10 students)
Hunger prevention project against food inequality
TODAY’S TEENAGERS ARE TOMORROW’S LEADERS
The Hunger Prevention Project provides teenagers with the skills to fight against food inequality. They get practical tools that they can use to make their community a better place for everyone. Let them know that they are on the right path by making a donation today.
Any donation will help:
- $10 will afford a student one class
- $100 will give that student a semester worth of programming
- $2,000 will provide an entire program for one school (20 students)