Larry’s Boys School Program a 501 (c)(3) organization is providing and addressing the economic needs of low-income individuals and families through the creation of employment and business opportunities in low-income community. Our local educational agency is serving a high percentage of economically disadvantaged students and our graduation rate is less than 70%. We address hunger, during the summer months we offer a feeding project, youth land and the economic needs of low-income individuals. Our program is improving lives, strengthen communities, and foster civic participation through service and volunteering.
Our program has well-designed interventions to strengthen our communities. We have services that include one-to-one, group, and peer mentoring services to HELP young people to pant and grow food. Transitional services include a broad range of activities, including providing case management, targeting offender needs that affect recidivism, supporting comprehensive services to promote responsible fatherhood, and implementing strategies that enhance the life skills and future of young fathers and their families. Transform distressed, high-poverty neighborhoods into viable, mixed-income neighborhoods with access to well-functioning services, high quality public schools and education programs, high quality early learning programs and services, public assets, public transportation, and improved access to jobs. Community High-Risk Youth Mentoring Research Project, Safety Challenge; Research Initiative: Safety Challenge Area, Community Economic Opportunity, Job Training Service, Mentoring Program, Street Outreach , Planning, Education/Prevention, Evaluation, , Youth Planting, Youth Communities Development, Youth Program, Educational, Cultural Enrichment Youth Leadership Program to Creating Safer and Better Communities. Our program also provides training and technical assistance to improve state responses to child and youth victims and their families and caregivers.
We are expanding economic opportunity—helping people to acquire the skills, education, and training they need for productive employment. By helping more people graduate, pursue higher education, and find work, national service can provide immediate and long term benefits by expanding individual opportunity, building family stability, and creating more sustainable, resilient communities.
For more information and or to send a DONATION, please click the below donate button and or call our office at: 708-345-6342 or write us at: 1701 South 1st Ave 403/P.O. Box 13 Maywood, Illinois 60153. Please make all checks payable to Larry's Boys School Program. Thank You!