300+ kids served in after school and summer activities
Over 80 kids supported with free tutoring services
99 youth engaged in year round mentoring
17,500 hot meals served to hungry kids to date
24 full time, part time, and summer jobs created
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Summer Experience - For less than $5 per day you can give a kid a life-changing summer experience that they will never forget. Sponsor a child - For $30 per month ($360 per year) you can ensure that a kid has a safe place to go, help with academics, and a hot meal daily.
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