Who We Help

There is a tremendous need, especially for high-risk parent in low-income i.e. below poverty line neighborhoods, for educational program that provide activities and support for children. Recently, the GNMES reported that school going kids ages 4-15 peaks between 100-1000; children and teens in poor neighborhoods are struggling for direction and positive opportunities are needed to keep them safe and on-track; a great majority of these kids were unable to read or do math at grade level, including the girl children.

Current research by GNMES indicates that supervised residential school programs not only keep children safe and out of trouble, they also significantly improve their academic achievement.