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Executive Director Note:

I hope this letter finds you in good health and high spirits. As we usher in the New Year, I am filled with immense pride and gratitude as we mark a significant milestone in our journey – the 5th anniversary of Destined for Success, Inc.'s dedicated service to our youth.


Five years ago, we embarked on a mission to empower and uplift young individuals, providing them with the resources, mentorship, and opportunities they need to succeed. Today, as we celebrate this milestone, we reflect on the countless lives we have touched, dreams we have nurtured, and the positive impact we have made in our community.


I want to take this opportunity to express my heartfelt thanks to our dedicated volunteers, partners, and supporters like you, who have been instrumental in our success. Your unwavering commitment and belief in our mission have been the driving force behind our accomplishments.

As we venture into 2024, I humbly extend an invitation for you to be a part of our ongoing mission to uplift and transform the lives of our youth. Your steady support, whether manifested through generous donations, dedicated volunteering, or heartfelt advocacy, touches us deeply and fills our hearts with immense gratitude.

Again, I am truly thankful to those of you who have gone above and beyond to support our program - because of your generosity and continued support, we are able to continue "creating a brighter tomorrow starting today!" Thank you for helping us continue to make a difference by giving your support to the young people we serve. We know that every little thing we do makes a difference.

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What does Life Skills Education mean to us?​

It’s the real and tangible skills young people need to successfully navigate life and develop to their fullest potential. Life skills education gives young people the tools and support they need to interact with others more effectively. To make informed decisions. To set and achieve goals. To problem solve. To resolve conflict. To become responsible, caring, and productive citizens.

It's true. Without life skills education, young people are radically more susceptible to a host of problems. Like Bullying. Violence. Substance Abuse. Dropping out of school. And Unemployment

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