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Success Stories

SEEDSNC in Durham, NC

It is fun making food from the garden. 

St. Philips Early Childhood Education Program Creed in Dallas, TX


Look at me.  I am more than what you see. Destiny is mine! If it is to be, it’s up to me.

Parents as Tutors providing academic support and cultural exposure in St. Louis, MO

I think the mom is overwhelmed and just needs a break sometime.  This program gives her kids extra help in homework and a little peace of mind.” ~Parents as Tutors providing academic support and cultural exposure in St. Louis, MO

Science and Technology Fair, Missouri City, Missouri

science-fair-recThe 2015 Science and Technology Fair provided chemistry assemblies and science/technology demonstrations to ignite excitement about science at a middle school in Stafford, TX.

To prepare for the assemblies, students attended pre-curriculum lessons/experiments provided by the local museum. The Jack and Jill of America chapter provided all of the supplies needed for the lessons/experiments.

Speaking Up For Success, Bloomington, Illinois


Speaking for Success provided an opportunity for children in grades pre-school through 12th to improve their leadership skills through communications. The ability to convey information in a public setting is directly correlated to leadership. Children throughout the Bloomington/Normal area, as well as Peoria area were invited to participate in this free program. Over 80 students participated in final presentation and reception. Every student who participated in the final presentation received a certificate and a gift card award.

Breakfast with Santa, Charlotte, NC

Children received much needed jackets and gifts.

Breakfast with Santa was a special time for 45 children at Reid Park Academy in Charlotte, NC. Excitement filled the room when Santa entered. Each child received a gift from their wish list and a warm jacket.

“We are so grateful for the fun party, the gifts for each child and the celebration with Santa,” said a parent. “This means so much to these kids and to us as parents.”

The local high school band and a DJ provided entertainment while the children and their families danced.

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