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Our Programs

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The iPromise Movement started as an idea to help students during the pandemic. We wanted to address the stress and negativity that was caused from isolation, civil unrest, political divide and fear. Students across the world were affected by the sudden changes. ​ We wanted to give them an outlet to combat the negativity in the world. But what they did with this initiative was far beyond what we could've imagined. These students took this initiative and turned it into a movement. A movement to create a better world. Through gardening they are teaching the world how planting seeds of positivity in our communities will grow into the world we want to see. We call it a social movement because social media is the number one communication in our world today. Our goal is to get 50,000 people to take the pledge via social media. Lets be the change we want to see!


Take the Pledge

I promise to treat everyone with respect, kindness and love, regardless of race, religion or belief. I promise to never discriminate or bully anyone, but build them up knowing there is strength in unity. I promise to plant seeds of goodness in my community that will grow and make the world a better place.


Take The Pledge



Empowering Emotions, Building Futures, Our Aye-Ok program is designed to help empower children with better social and emotional coping skills. Through literacy and other activities, this program helps children understand and manage their emotions. Understanding, working, and expressing their feelings effectively gives them a strong foundation for social and academic success.

“Empowering Emotions, Building Futures: “Aye-Ok”

Kreative Kids/K2

Let's Get KreAtiVE

Our Kreative Kids Club (KKC) makes learning come alive for elementary through high school students. This “Arts for Impact" initiative fosters creativity among students and serves as a platform to address community issues, brings the students and community together, and makes a tangible, positive impact on the local area. Let's Kreate together!


"Free Little Library"

Students researched free libraries, designed and pitched their ideas, and built a library with the support of Randall Construction. The library is now located downtown and accessible to students and the community. 

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