A RealTalk ATL Ambassadors Community Service Project, our ambassadors are collecting, sorting, shipping and distributing books to students of all ages in Africa. Books for Africa's goal is to end the book famine in Africa. … [Read more...] about REALTALK ATL ASSIST BOOKS FOR AFRICA!
Today, United Way of Greater Atlanta announced the winners of its DARE to Forget the Box! prizes. Out of the 80 agencies that applied and 25 finalists, we were one of four collaborative teams addressing critical systemic issues to be selected to receive prizes. We are proud to say that we are a recipient of a $300,000 grant annually, totaling $900,000 over the next three years that will greatly impact the lives of over a hundred youth and families in South Fulton! Along with 6 other community partners (Siemens Corporation, Willie J. Freeman College Park Regional Health Center, Fulton County Office of Workforce Development, Woodland Middle School, Banneker High School, & Youth … [Read more...] about United Way announces FUTURE FOUNDATION as winner of their $300,000 Dare to Forget the Box Prize – to implement the innovative works of the College Park Enrichment Collaboration (CPEC)!
Each year, more than 800 male and female youth 12-18 participate in our Real Talk ATL abstinence until marriage and healthy relationships program. That’s why we were thrilled when Earl Johnson, Director, Office of Family Assistance, US Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families (ACF), praised the program during a recent Future Foundation visit. Johnson observed that “Future Foundation is the Ambassador for men and women and boys and girls in being better decision makers,” and told the audience that “Future Foundation is a place of hope for a lot of people.” Prior to joining ACF, Johnson was senior Policy Advisor to Oakland, California Mayor Ron … [Read more...] about Earl Johnson commends Future Foundation during recent visit
We are still in need of sponsors and vendors. Please check out our sponsorship letter for more info. If you have any questions, please contact Brittany Gray, [email protected]; 404-766-0510. Ladies - to sign up for a team AND Gentlemen - if you would like to cheer on our ladies during the game, please RSVP and contact Ms. Gray at the info above. This event is open to the public, so please bring your friends and families as we will have activities to accommodate all ages. More details to come! … [Read more...] about Oct. 12, 2013 – TEAM U.P. Presents Future Foundation’s 1st Annual Breast Cancer Powder Puff Football Game
Last week's lesson in Physics courtesy of Lead Teacher, Glen Hordges: Efficiency = Distance x 454 / Weight (gm) - the ratio of effective output to the total input! Students of the Reef House Teen Center had the opportunity to plan, design, and construct a poster car using the following materials: one sheet of poster board, one plastic drinking straw, two P.C. 1/2 x 3 1/2 hanger rods, 1 ruler, pair of scissors, a glue gun, a compass, scrap paper & a pencil. The goal was to transport a "C" battery while traveling a maximum distance beyond a 3x4 ft. launching ramp. The group with the lightest car gaining the greatest distance would achieve the best efficiency overall. In groups of … [Read more...] about A Lesson in Physics – Poster Car Competition
Our Teen Center students will visit Pin Strikes in Stockbridge, GA to partake in video games, bowling, and laser tag. The laser battlefield is set-up with high-tech interactivity special effects and mirrors that will take their laser tag experience to new heights. … [Read more...] about Pin Strikes Field Trip – July 25th