Summer Enrichment program
Dates: June 22 - August 7, 2020
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, FDSF summer camp is going virtual. Your child is still able to have a tremendous summer this year with his/her peers.
"No child is a failure. With hard work and great commitment, every child is bound to make it.”
Sarah Emmanuel, Camp Director
High School Mentorship Program
Mentors are Heroes!
Educating and encouraging students to see their potential is part of our mission. We ensure that the students we work with are provided with vital resources to make impacts in their surrounding communities. Students everywhere need quality education beyond what they receive in their classrooms.
A high school mentorship program ensures students that there is someone who cares about them. A quality mentoring relationship positively affects students in a variety of personal, academic, and professional situations. Essentially, mentoring connects young students to personal growth and development, and social and economic opportunity.
The need for a mentorship program in our high schools around the world is far more prevalent and imperative than ever before. We believe that quality education should be inclusive and structured to realize the potential of each child regardless of location or economic status. Family Development and Samaritan Foundation’s mentoring program is created for at-risk and underserved high school students to achieve all-round success. This includes emotional, physical, mental, academic, and career success.
MENTORSHIP GOALS: growth and development, collaboration, innovation, and guidance that
results in the students’ growth and development and attainment of collaborative skills that promote a wide array of innovation.
The Walking Right Project
Partnership with Nike and Vans , altogether they have donated 1,500 shoes and we’ve been able to give over 1,000 shoes in more than 3 countries.