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Closing the gaps was founded in 2013 but its founders have been active in the community for over 10 years. It is our mission that all children achieve success in life. Our objective is to bring our community together by bringing attention to disparities and minimizing them through community projects and events, teen mentor and advocacy groups, and educational groups. It is our goal that all youth achieve success in life. We hope that every adolescent is awarded the same opportunities as their peers, despite his or her challenges in life. It is our mission to provide the youth in The Piedmont-Triad area a chance to progressively build their self-esteem while closing the gaps of food insecurities through an expanded array of growth strategies.
Project S.T.O.R.K. (Students Tackling Obesity while Raising Knowledge about food deserts.)
The stork program is a youth advocacy program, which brings awareness to communities who are in food deserts. This program aims to address these concerns by supplying food and resources to these neighborhoods. Activities help the youth and community by:
Effectively working on the food disparity and food desserts in the community. Identify the causes and consequences of food deserts, Design solutions to help residents who live in food deserts, projects like Food gardens, Community services, More access to fresh food, Partnership with local stores, Cooking groups
The Royal Path
Royal Path Program is a Rites of Passage for adolescents who are at a point of transition in their life. This foundation aims to enlist such individuals into a program that spans throughout the school year, grooming and molding them into outstanding citizens of society. We partner with families, volunteers, organizations and the community to inspire positive change in all. Throughout this program, enrolled candidates will complete a variety of programs and seminars to assist in their growth, 1-on-1 Mentoring relationships, Life and Character Building Work Shops, Weekly Meetings The young people of today must cope with far more personal and social pressures than any other previous generation of youth. Early intervention through a structured mentor relationship may be able to give young people the tools and support they need to deal effectively with these pressures.