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WHATEVER YOUR REASON FOR DONATING AND HOWEVER YOU CHOOSE TO MAKE YOUR DONATION, WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT

Your donation is tax deductible

We have not received funding through federal, state, or private foundations to cover the cost of providing such services.

 

In over 15 years in existence, we have:

Touched over 10,000 youth and families

950 free computers in the homes of 950 youth participants

Provide free tutoring to all program participants

 

We have reduced the recidivism rate for adolescent males reentering the prison system.

We have reduced teen pregnancy & teen violence.

We feed the Homeless in the street.

We provided toys and clothes to the needy.

We have assisted in raising the self-esteem of our male and female adolescents.

 

We have Two  Mentoring Programs

Sistas United and the

Real Men Mentoring Programs

 

Two Tutorial Programs

An Awesome Parents Support Network

 

Community Outreach  

The Sledge Group, Inc. teaches youth and their families, the value of community service.  Our youth  participate in ongoing gratifying events which serve others.  For example, over the past Twelve years, they have fed the homeless in Streets on Thanksgiving Day.  They have also conducted a successful toy and clothing drive during the Christmas season, generating holiday gifts  which were then presented to families in homeless shelters

 

We feed the homeless food drive 17yrs- we feed the homeless on the street of New York.

xmas eve clothes and toy drive 17yrs- we take toys and clothes into the shelters to families in shelter system in New York, Atlanta, Ohio, South Carolina and North Carolina

 

All children and parents in the programs must participate.

We teach the blessings of giving....

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Power in Our Words

Young people have an insight on every subject that concerns them, as well as on many that they do not; yet so many times those of older generations ignore them or discard their opinions as worthless.

 

Their voices echo the 21st century barrage of media and social influences. If we are to guide our youth we must first listen to them.