'Football For Life' is a landmark charitable grassroots project which brings joy into the lives of disadvantaged children in migrant worker communities in China. FFL provides in-curricula coaching courses delivered by British FA qualified coaches and local assistants in an educational and fun English language environment.
tp-7 provides life skills, business ownership skills and employment skills training for teenagers/young adults (~ 11 - 25 years of age).
tp-7 participants enjoy documented results that include: 1. A completed tp-7 application, 2. A professional, one-page resume, 3. A 3.0 Grade Point Average ( minimum), 4. Paid and/or voluntary employment, 5. A written budget and 6. A savings account.
The After-School Apprenticeship Program (ASAP) provides teens with opportunities to earn a paycheck by working with younger children as coaches, lifeguards and arts instructors. ASAP is designed to bolster the commitment of high school students to educational pursuits, improve their chances to graduate and become productive citizens.
The International Rescue Committee's Students Plus Program operates at San Diego's Crawford High School, a school who's students speak over sixty languages and where one third of the students are refugees learning English for the first time. The IRC provides a safe place after school for students to improve their grades, learn English, and gain valuable leadership skills.
Through having scouting in every part of the country( out of school based scout projects and also school based scout projects) will help to unite all children together thus improving the skills such as being footballers, as we will be organizing S.F.S football tournaments (scouting for solutions football tournaments) This will be done to collect all children from streets, orphans and all the other children regardless of their origin status and make them realize their talents and busy all the time to avoid recklessness .
Real Connections matches youth in foster care with adult mentors from their personal networks or with dedicated community volunteers. We provide ongoing facilitation and support to cultivate connections towards becoming foster, guardianship or adoptive relationships. This innovation ensures that no youth in Rhode Island "age out" of foster care without enduring relationships with caring adults.
The fourth annual Rutland Long Trail Festival (RLTF) will take place this summer on Saturday, August 7, 2010 at the Vermont State Fairgrounds.. The festival’s mission “A celebratory gathering to inspire individuals to participate in the outdoors” has expanded its scope to include all outdoor activities, with more exhibitors and non-profit activity getting involved.
Rose understood a crucial problem: The German cultural notion of the happy, self-sufficient mother is often far removed from women’s experience after childbirth. The majority of young, urban mothers are alone and overburdened, especially in the first three to four months, without family nearby, community support, or entitlement to official help (which is granted only to sick or teenage mothers).