Partners / Sponsors

Our mission is to nurture and guide inner-city young men and women onto a path ensuring success in the future achieving success in the classroom and on the athletic field. Through academics and sports, we will transform our students into positive and educated role models and contributing members of society.

As a fairly new organization (501c), funding is of great importance, If you would like to help our children by becoming a sponsor, please contact Raheem Orr at [email protected] Your donation is tax-deductible. Thank you!

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Our Sponsors


In partnership with the home and various community organizations. Restore Mentors each youth, works with the family, advocates on the student's behalf at school, and provides links with area religious and social agencies. We want our members to take charge in their lives. We want them to develop their potential by means of personal and spiritual development through education so they can become responsible and contributing members in an ever-changing global society.


Celebration Web Design’s innovative approach has all of the tools needed to create a stunning website. Your website is the key element to reach your audience. Our vision is to work with you in creating a high-quality website that exceeds your every expectation. Partnering with our team will revolutionize your web presence. We are committed to providing the best possible service at the lowest possible price. We are very thankful to MTAS and its staff for the services they provide to the community children.

 

The Money Talks Edu's " Financial Literacy Guide for Parents and Educators," engages children to learn about money, the value of money, the use of money, and the importance of understanding money as an asset to use on their behalf. Thus, strengthening money management skills and financial decision-making capabilities, leadership skills, and other qualities that will be useful in their adolescent years into their adulthood.

 

 

Parents Engaging Parents is a community for parents and guardians that want to advocate for the educational rights of children in New Jersey. These empowering discussions - led by New Jersey parent Altorice Frazier and featuring education experts - range from how we can develop more teachers of color, to how to become a full partner in your child’s educational life. Listen to our most recent episode and explore our archive; we’re sure you’ll be inspired to improve the educational experience of our children!