Find Us All Year Around Our Summer Programs Start May 23rd-September 30th! Find Us at the Cambridge Recreation Center Every Tuesday and Thursday for two Sessions 11:30am-3pm and 4:30pm-7:30pm. Free Programs. Free Food. Endless Fun Exciting Education, Etiquette and Job Training.
We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people in need. We provide assistance to those who are less fortunate and to create a better world for all. Through our programs and initiatives, we strive to make a positive impact on the world and to help those who need it the most.
Your donation can make a real difference in the lives of those we serve. With your help, we can continue to provide vital services and support to those in need. Every little bit helps, so please consider making a donation today.
Our amazing team of regulars and part-time volunteers are committed to helping others. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch for more information!
We focus on inputting STEM AND STEAM programs into organizations accompanied with creating and providing support, resources, collaborations, research and funding to community organizations, programs, schools, small businesses and individuals that support increasing the number of culturally responsible American young men who excel academic
We focus on inputting STEM AND STEAM programs into organizations accompanied with creating and providing support, resources, collaborations, research and funding to community organizations, programs, schools, small businesses and individuals that support increasing the number of culturally responsible American young men who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact their families and communities.
Established in 2017, parents, school staff, students, businesses, professionals, coaches and community centers came together to form this organization seeing a need for energetic, educational fun, support, resources, funding, and programs in our areas, we formed our organization to provide sensible solutions that fruit future success. We'
Established in 2017, parents, school staff, students, businesses, professionals, coaches and community centers came together to form this organization seeing a need for energetic, educational fun, support, resources, funding, and programs in our areas, we formed our organization to provide sensible solutions that fruit future success. We've consistently grown since then, all thanks to the helping hands of our amazing community!
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
A nonprofit is as strong as the community that holds it up. Together, we can do more than we can do alone. Let's bring our abilities and passions together to affect real change.
There are many ways to join us and support our mission. Contact us to find out more about volunteer opportunities, fundraising events, and ways that you can get our message to your friends and family.
We currently have a 100% high school graduation rate of at risk and disabled students. We provide STEM & STEAM programs and presentations, support, advocate, provide tutoring, etiquette training, job readiness, career exploration, spiritual exploration and service, IEP advocacy, family support and planning, academic and sports support, higher education exploration, home economics, cooking classes and nutrition management through our food pantry and meal delivery program.
"My son was an at risk student destined to drop out, he felt overwhelmed and lost. He felt so socially awkward that he started to hurt himself and expressed suicide. I didn't know how I could help him and reached out to the community for support. After several attempts to get help, the doctors and therapist making money off my family thru medical insurance shunned us away and made more problems for us, we were worst off than when we were before being referred to them. I didn't know what to do or where to turn. Finally! We were told about this program at the community center and joined free of charge. The staff welcomed us with open and understanding arms, they immediately started to advocate for my son and I at his school, IEP meetings, and confronting and calling out teachers that were bullies and had it out to make our lives even harder. After one month in their program, I seen a change in my son that astonished our whole family. He had more confidence because he seen the work being put in on his behalf for success, he witnessed them fighting to make sure he stayed in school and stood up to teachers who had been put in place to discourage him. He raved about all the etiquettes he received. He sat up straight, he looked you right in the eyes while conversing, he helped around the house more, he helped at school, he started volunteering at the Rescue Mission feeding the homeless and hungry, he helped his team win the big game, he got a girlfriend and treated her with the upmost respect, pulling out chairs, opening doors and took up hand dancing that he excels at. His grades rose and even though he didn't want to graduate he did and walked across the stage on commencement day, even though the school gave him such a hard time, in fact, he graduated late because they lied and said he didn't have enough credits. When the staff at TBIM heard this they got right on them and found out that he did and does have all the credits to graduate. They had to honor it but made sure to get one last one in by not even listing his name in the graduates book. He did it!! We did it!! We moved on from that tragedy. He then joined the culinary school graduated and joined the culinary union. He was not left alone by this heavenly program, they involved him in the electrical, computer, and civil engineering program that got him hired into the stage and production union were he thrives even more, he is always excited about what star they are helping to produce a Las Vegas show. He now has his own family a wife and son and thru the family planning/parenting for your future classes he learned how to properly care for children from infant to adulthood and real life situation simulations, he is an Awesome dad and husband! He is still a part of this organization and a member doing research to help pass the torch. They also supported me as a woman, single parent and member of the community, they supported me more than my own family, who shunned us on the fact that my son was disabled. We went to church together, they counseled me, sometimes I just needed someone to relate and talk to, sometimes I needed help getting places and needed food and a hot meal, they were there for me and my family. I became a better person myself and my hopes and dreams of having people in my corner had came to light with Transitioning boys Into MEN!! Thank you! God Bless You! I donate every chance I get because I know how important they are to my family and the community and I know they are widely NEEDED.
How old does my son need to be to join?
Answer: Ages 12 and older
Does your program extend to college students?
How much do we pay to be in this program?
Where are you located?
Answer: In Las Vegas but we are also virtual to serve beyond the Las Vegas area.
Do you have a STEM and STEAM programs? Yes
Where have your services been provided?
3 SQUARE FOOD BANK
NATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS
NATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS JR
GENTLEMEN BY CHOICE
CASA DE LUZ
THE CROSSING CHURCH
THE NATION OF ISLAM
THE CITY OF LAS VEGAS
THE BOB STUPAK RECREATION CENTER
UNLV DRC DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER
SIERRA VISTA HIGH SCHOOL
DURANGO HIGH SCHOOL
BASIC ACADEMY INTERNATIONAL
SPRING VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL
CORPORATE COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS
LVCC LAS VEGAS CONVENTION CENTER
LAS VEGAS RESCUE MISSION
PHI ALPHA DELTA LAW
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