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Helping children stay and succeed in school.

 

Did you know that approximately 87% of kids experiencing homelessness drop out of high school? That’s why at Raleigh Rescue Mission we are committed to More Than a Backpack this school year.

Not only are we providing backpacks filled with school supplies to our client’s children, we’re providing other critical resources and services, because we know that giving a child a chance for success is one of the best ways we can begin to break the cycle of homelessness.

CounselingCounseling:
Children are thoroughly assessed to help in determining their specific counseling needs. These counseling sessions can assist with improving social and behavioral skills needed for the classroom environment.

 

 

TutoringTutoring:
We partner with Sylvan Learning to create individualized learning plans based on each child’s academic needs. Independent and guided practice includes vocabulary, comprehension, grammar skills, math, work habitats, homework help … whatever is needed.

 

ClothesPhysical Needs:
Each child is provided a safe place to sleep, play and study, daily meals and weather appropriate clothes.

 

 

 

ChildcareChildcare and Enrichment:
We provide care and enrichment for children from birth to age 18. Along with nursery care for infants, we have a preschool with educational curriculum for children aged 2-1/2 – 5 years of age. For the children in school (age 5-18), our before and after school and evening enrichment activities are key to promoting a healthy, positive experience.

 

 

Our goal for 2019 is to prepare 120 children to succeed in and stay in school. Please consider making a donation to help us achieve this goal. Together we can continue to break generational poverty for the children in our care.