A World Reach for Humanity Communities Missions


A World Reach for Humanity Communities Missions, a Faith Based Non Profit, provides at-risk youth and special needs students with quality academic instructions in core subjects of math, English Language Arts/Reading and other core academic subjects, while also empowering humanity innovations that engage youth and communities to utilize educational technology and community business solutions to solve economic hardships, thus families begin to build sustainable and prosperous communities.

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Address:P.O. Box 614
North Highlands, CA 95660
County or Parish:Sacramento
Primary NTEE:Education 
Sub NTEE:Educational Services 
Executive Director:Alicia Kelley
Contact Email:vetoackj@aol.com
Primary Phone:916-921-8386
Fax:916-253-7433
Website:http://www.vetoworldreach.org
A World Reach for Humanity Communities Missions program is an educational academic intervention and humanity communities empowerment outreach that has been operating in school districts and communities throughout Sacramento and California since 2002. The program's success rate is based on an overall raise in our students performance, in math and English Language Arts/Reading over a (one) six to eight weeks academic period, and based on decades of researching academic, community educational and business development innovations that greatly enhance and benefit the students, families and communities we serve.

This systematic teaching/learning approach translates these students, families and communities learned skill sets into community "humanity" economic growth structures. Strong educational supports and community work skill intervention support structures build "financially" strong and sound communities for all of us. To this end, our instructional framework, for our educational intervention program, are aligned with adopted local and national standards for K-12 students who are below grade levels in the above mentioned subject areas. The program's instructional materials follow the state's frameworks guidelines regarding standard-curriculum instructions. Our program's instructional materials are developed by utilizing well know academic standard testing materials and practices. Subsequently, our program ensures students with special needs have adaptive learning tools to ensure a caring and robust learning experience.

Additionally, to support English Language Learners, our program materials are in languages other than English (student's/family's native languages, where applicable). The program educators are bilingual teachers, paraprofessionals and teachers/tutors from a diverse background that all have either a teaching certification, are in the second to last year of college, major in special needs/Bilingual instruction or have at least a BA, MA, or PhD in a related field of education. Additionally, these educators have strong community backgrounds, and in total these professionals have decades of experience with teaching/tutoring "at risk youth/students and families" to excel in Math and (ELA) using a core curriculum model based on local and national standards, understanding students all learn differently and ensuring students are taking ownership of the learning experience. Our program's review of test years data equaling our Accountability Report Card is as follows: (Based on average testing assessments data): The program's success rate is based on an overall raise in student performance in Math and English Language Arts/Reading increases at final post testing sessions over our 16 year history.

Subsequently, A World Reach for Humanity Communities Missions works to empower communities through project based learning innovations (Service Learn) where these projects are centered on community economic growth structures that engage students/families and communities in community technology ventures, where students/families and communities will take part in Drought Resistant plant, vegetables and fruit Farm innovations, and where students engage in the arts, sciences and active community business partnership endeavors, at the earliest grade levels/life stages possible. To this end and based on the prior noted theories and practices, at risk youth/students and families develop work ready skill sets at the earliest grade levels/life stages possible, thus promoting healthy interactions in their communities, developing health life practices that reduce obesity because of students involvement in rigorous community development activities, and these learning practices and theories will result in at risk youth/students/families developing financial responsibilities at the earliest life stages as possible.
A World Reach for Humanity Communities Missions has several important needs areas that will greatly support our continued successful educational and humanity community outreach growth structures/missions.


Our top needs:
  1. Funding: Unrestricted - Financial Support (Monthly Donors). Support is needed to continue the work with our educational outreach missions.
  2. Funding: Program - Funding to support a community Farm support project including drought resistant vegetables, fruits, and plants.
  3. Space: Office or Other - Our program is seeking support for space donations for the operation of a thrift store/other outlets that will assist with fundraising supports on a monthly basis and consistent basis. Warehouse/kitchen and baking/storage/land donations.
  4. In-Kind Donations - Clothing/merchandise/retail fixtures/baking supplies donations/volunteers to support the operation of a thrift store/other outlets.
  5. Board Members - Additional Board Members for fundraising projects
A World Reach for Humanity Communities Missions, for our 16 years community service history, has been dedicated towards eradicating learning disparages and economic community hardships, thus empowering students, families, and communities with learning capacities that allows students, families and communities to take ownership of their economic successes in the communities where they live and try to thrive. In our educational academic intervention program, our dedicated teachers/tutors, paraprofessionals, parents, and student support structures focus on research-based "Direct" teaching/tutoring Instructions applicable to one-on-one and small to medium group academic intervention teaching/tutoring, in the core subjects of math, English Language Arts(ELA)/Reading and other core academic subjects, and in-which these teaching/tutoring interventions are enhanced through computer aided lessons that assist in building strong work force ready students/families and communities, thus our program's overall goals are to strength our communities of learner's work ready skill sets, at the earliest academic grade levels/life stages possible, through the utilization of strong academic intervention structures.

A World Reach for Humanity Communities Missions works to empower communities through project based learning innovations (Service Learn) where these projects are centered on community economic growth structures that engage students/families and communities in community technology ventures, where students/families and communities will take part in Drought Resistant plant, vegetables and fruit Farm innovations, and where students engage in the arts, sciences and active community business partnership endeavors, at the earliest grade levels/life stages possible. To this end and based on the prior noted theories and practices, at risk youth/students and families develop work ready skill sets at the earliest grade levels/life stages possible, thus promoting healthy interactions in their communities, developing health life practices that reduce obesity because of students involvement in rigorous community development activities, and these learning practices and theories will result in at risk youth/students/families developing financial responsibilities at the earliest life stages as possible.