Friday, September 14, 2012

Get involved. Change a life.

We are working to improve the quality of afterschool and out-of-school time programs by providing staff with free and low-cost training and professional development. We believe that the impact that working in the field of informal education is two-fold: first to the adults working with youth who are educators, mentors, leaders and life-changers; and of course, to the kids in the programs who are exposed to opportunities that they might never receive otherwise that prepare them to be successful adults and leaders. 
Be a part of the movement. 

Volunteer your time by assisting us with a variety of special projects like researching grant opportunities, updating our blog or creating new media! Your skills and passion for helping youth is all you need!
If you don’t have time to volunteer, become a part of our giving program! Donate the cost of one cup of Starbucks coffee every month, and you’ll be helping to bring high-quality training to afterschool programs in your community!
Help us spread the word! Become a member, then share our cause with your friends and colleagues to strengthen the network of support for kids in afterschool and out-of-school time programs. Join us on Twitter and Facebook, follow the Afterschool the Movement blog and subscribe to our monthly newsletter!

Feeling extra charitable? Do all three!
You will be a part of a legacy that is leveling the playing field for youth so that every young person will have the opportunity to maximize his or her potential.

Looking for other ways to support?

Make a one time donation of any amount you choose. Every penny helps give kids opportunities to be remarkable. Give what you can, it can help change a life.

Donate goods or products. We’re always looking for incentives and prizes to recognize superstar afterschool staff who complete our trainings and workshops. We’ll also be grateful to accept your airline, hotel and other travel points to get our trainers and consultants to programs around the state and nation, as well as office equipment and furniture to help grow our work.

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