The Wish List Project
Providing access to youth development opportunities, educational resources and extracurricular activities for underserved youth and low income families in the Sacramento region, which fosters student and family success in school and beyond.
"We believe all people can be successful in school and in life when they have opportunities to pursue their interests, and the proper tools needed to achieve their goals."
5299 Auburn Blvd., Suite 2000E
Sacramento, CA 95841
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• Expand skills and gain confidence leading to improved academics and school attendance
• Develop positive social interactions with peers and adults
• Become empowered to take on leadership roles
• Explore career opportunities which improve graduation rates and may lead to higher education
Since 2013, The Wish List Project has supported 155 students by funding access to programs or resources such as:
• Music and dance lessons
• Team and individual sports programs and equipment
• Leadership workshops and conferences
• Visual arts classes
• Technology, textbooks, and lab fees for college
• Summer camp programs
• Prom costs
• Dorm room bedding
• Cultural travel programs
We are a 100% volunteer organization and we have done an admirable job of reaching out to professionals who work with disadvantaged kids (school districts, school sites, social workers and other advocates) to solicit nominations for our grants program. Additional financial support will allow us to expand our outreach, which in turn allows us to provide many more grants to students in need. In 2017, we funded 18 grants. Our goal for 2018 is to double that number.
I am very proud of what we have accomplished in just five short years and grateful for all the TWLP Volunteers, Board Members, Student Ambassadors, and supporters. Together we work toward a common goal, helping children succeed in achieving their dreams. Please join us as we continue to level the playing field for those kids who are most vulnerable in our communities. Become a volunteer or supporter; "because every child is one caring adult away from being a success story".'
Sheila Hull-Summers, Executive Director