When our students and teachers succeed, it creates a powerful ripple effect that’s felt in families, schools and communities.

Facilitating 16 after-school clubs and 7 summer learning programs, we have positively affected 1400 urban youth, 70 percent of whom are underserved.

Teaching soft skills, from handshaking and personal introductions to presentation and advocacy, we prepare youth with the tools necessary for successful employment.

Leading walking field trips to tour local businesses, we have exposed youth to a wide variety of careers.

Educating youth with breathwork, exercise, meditation and neuro linguistic programming (NLP), we help them manage stress.

Promoting health, we created a two-mile community walking path with the assistant of The Health Equity Zone of Pawtucket and Central Falls.

Working with youth and community members to create an interlocking network of walking paths aimed at enhancing the beauty, safety, and overall wellness of our Pawtucket community.

Beautifying the community, we have successfully installed public art and gardens along the walking path, including an educational pollinator garden at Baldwin Elementary, federally-funded through a Community Development Block Grant.

Building community, we have hosted over 300 events that are free and open to the public, such as our Annual Healthy Living Community Event.

Hosting free workshops in our space, we open our doors to the public to encourage creativity and building community.