We are a non-profit organization, we are looking forward to a peaceful world by helping each other to join hands together to bring a better future for all children.
We believe in a world where every child can read. Our mission is to invest in early childhood education in order to empower the next generation. We do that, by creating educational programs and providing necessary resources in underprivileged areas. We believe in smart fund allocation, and therefore we employ minimal staff.
How You Can Help
Giving online has never been more secure, convenient or hassle-free with our one-click donation. We also do accept standard cash and check donations at all of our locations.
Become a Volunteer
You can get involved today by becoming a Volunteer. Sign up and you will be joining a group of change-makers, a network strong enough to impact positive change in the lives of children.
Your gift will help equip children in need with necessary resources, training and education while offering the promise of a brighter future. You can make a difference today by signing up.
What People Say
The generosity of this organization makes it possible for me to continue having education opportunities in this difficult area.Jane Doe
Wonderful job with those kids that need us and people from various places all over the world. I will definitely join your group as a volunteer.John Doe
- THE SANDRA M. CLARK COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARDThe “SANDRA M. CLARK COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD” was created to honor persons who are making significant contributions to their community. The honoree selected should serve as an advocate for youth and their families who strives to make this world a better place.
- JUNETEENTH FREEDOM CARAVANOn Saturday, June 20th, a Delaware Juneteenth Freedom caravan with vehicles garnered with decorations, signs and balloons. They also played music and honked horns while parading through the City of Wilmington. It became a very proud moment of celebration, recognizing African American freedom from slavery on June 19th ,1865.
- JUNETEENTH OBSERVANCE AND PANEL DISCUSSIONOn Friday, June 19th, a virtual uplifting, faith-filled observance was held by the Simpson United Methodist Church, where the Reverend Pearl Scott is the pastor. Again several elected officials, including our state Governor, John Carney joined with words of encouragement. Afterwhich, a panel discussion was held on African American mental trauma by professionals in theContinue reading “JUNETEENTH OBSERVANCE AND PANEL DISCUSSION”
Become a Volunteer
With the aim of helping as many people as possible, we always lack enthusiastic volunteers. Please contact us for more info.