Unlimited Success is a not-for-profit (501c3) organization incorporated September, 2009. Unlimited Success was organized to promote mentoring programs for children with the greatest need.
(1) assist children in receiving support and guidance from a mentor;
(2) improve the academic performance of children;
(3) improve interpersonal relationships between children and their peers, teachers, other adults, and family members;
(4) reduce the high school dropout rate of at-risk children; and
(5) reduce juvenile delinquency and involvement in gang activity.
In most urban neighborhoods, many households are headed by a single parent. In addition, many youth live in families that are under tremendous pressure because of poverty, divorce, teen pregnancy, drug abuse, violence, or stress. These troubled youth and their families are often isolated from the larger community and as a result, our youth struggle and are in need of the greatest help from outside resources and support groups. As challenging as it is…these young people are the one’s who suffer the most.
Therefore, Unlimited Success promotes community support through our mentoring programs for children with the greatest need by assisting them in receiving guidance and mentoring to improve not only their academic achievement level, but also increase positive community involvement. Furthermore, if we define “children with greatest needs” it would be those who are at risk of educational failure, dropping out of school, or involvement in criminal or delinquent activities, and who lack positive role models. As leaders in our community we are cognizant that supported activities and programs such as “Unlimited Success” will work to improve interpersonal relationships between targeted children, their peers, teachers, other adults, and family members.
In addition, other wise leaders quote:
“Know from whence came. If you know whence you came, there are absolutely no limitations on where you can go.” James Baldwin.
“A winner is someone who recognizes his God-given talents, works his tail off to develop them into skills and uses these skills to accomplish his goals.” Larry Bird.