re:work Bay Area Training Creates Better Outcomes Through Better Incomes for Black and LatinX Communities
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SANTA CLARA, CA, September 17, 2021 – Tech companies throughout the Bay Area cannot find enough qualified and trained salespeople and yet underserved communities of color are experiencing soaring unemployment. All Stars Helping Kids, founded by NFL Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott, has a solution to bridge that gap. Introducing, the re:work […]
This year All Stars Helping Kids marked an important milestone for our youth: we added our 5th Grantee Cohort to the All Stars portfolio. Thanks to your partnership we have been able to invest in brilliant nonprofit leaders disrupting the cycle of poverty and uplifting bay area youth to be future game-changers and visionaries.
I am incredibly humbled and honored to join All Stars Helping Kids as the new Executive Director. As I step into this role, I am acutely aware of the opportunities and challenges facing the nonprofits we support and the communities we serve. Across the region, young people – especially those whose skin color, ethnicity, gender, […]
Focusing on closing the achievement and opportunity gaps in Alameda County and West Contra Costa County, WriterCoach Connectionhelps students excel in critical thinking and writing skills to enable them to participate successfully in personal and academic challenges, career options, and community conversations. More than 80% of the students served are low income. All Stars Helping Kids is supporting […]
Oakland based, TEAM, Inc. provides underrepresented youth with access to viable career pathways centered on sports and tech. They provide a 14-week free tech training program that builds leadership, problem-solving and workforce skills along with mentoring and connections with industry professionals. All Stars Helping Kids is providing coaching in HR, Storytelling, and strategic planning so they can […]
This San Francisco based emerging social enterprise is a community space where children, families, and educators learn and grow together through movement, sensory experiences and play. 74% of students served by Project Commotion are low income. All Stars Helping Kids is supporting their efforts to become fiscally independent and serve more kids in neighborhood schools.