The Education Foundation: Take Stock in Children

Contact: Jamie Bailey, baileyjn@gm.sbac.edu

Take Stock in Children (TSIC) is a scholarship and mentoring program that helps low-income, at-risk students break the cycle of poverty by graduating from high school and receiving a college degree.

Mentors are a critical component to the success of Take Stock in Children. Mentors serve as positive role-models, advocates, coaches and friends. As a Take Stock Mentor you meet weekly with your scholar at their school and have an opportunity to help a child reach their goal of a college education. We are currently seeking new mentors for our newest class of Take Stock in Children. Click here to learn more about being a mentor, or begin filling out the mentor application here.

radKIDS

Contact: Lauren Douglass, Lauren@whpinc.com, (352) 494-0561

Officer Cary Gallop, cgallop@acso.us(352) 494-8837

Lin Tippin, lin.limtippin@gmail.com, (904) 962-7749

The health and safety of students, both physical and emotional, is of paramount importance to all school systems. It is of no less importance than academics. radKIDS is the national leader in children’s safety education. By empowering your school, training teachers and administration with nationally certified instructors, the radKIDS program can continue to provide essential education to children for years. The radKIDS Personal Empowerment and Safety Education Program has been developed after years of research and refinement with dedicated education professionals, law enforcement professionals, sexual account counselors, self-defense experts, and of course, concerned parents and their children.

Youth Combine

Youth Combine provides youth with health and wellness services, S.T.E.A.M. education, and mentorship from inspiring college aged volunteers. With year round programs and summertime academies, Youth Combine provides a foundation of health and education that we believe is necessary for today’s youth to grow up and live happy and fulfilling lives and make a positive impact in our world.