Dear Friend, Transforming NextGen is a 501c3 non-profit organization designed to engage one to one mentoring youth, and to provide opportunities in personal and character development. TNG strives to provide youth with the building blocks for future success. TNG is a model for cooperative outreach programing, and seeks to intersect youth for positive outcomes educationally, vocationally, and socially. TNG recognize that to disrupt the “prison pipeline” is necessary establishing relationships, mentorships and support at-risk youth within caring communities of faith. TNG participants will be able to nurture their desire to be a TNG at home, school, and in the community. To ensure effectiveness, we will conduct daily activities, skills development, after school programs, camps, retreating, counseling, and special events with families and communities all hosted by our experienced staff. With these events we are able to consistently inspire young men and women to excel and to challenge themselves constantly. That is the TNG attitude. Come join our team as a strategic partner to transform the way the next generation grows and progresses socially and spiritually. We are looking for donations from individuals and organizations so we can continue our impact and expand our outreach. In return, we will recognize you, with your permission, on this website and exposure you brand, if it is the case, at our events and through TNG literature all while you play an integral and important role in uplifting, TRANFORMING NEXTGEN, and reinvigorating our youth. Be part of TNG family today! Best regards, TNG team.
Testimonials “Through the TNG program kids meet other kids with the same aspirations from different backgrounds. They will learn that teamwork, fellowship and caring should know no ethnic, racial or socioeconomic boundaries. With all the challenges raising children in a world that presents them with options and choices before they are ready to evaluate the impacts. TNG is the second chance to many kids, giving them all the support they need to become young adults of purpose and promise.”