Giving Charleston children a brighter future
Our programs in high-poverty early learning and elementary schools can transform a generation
Charleston Promise Neighborhood provides and facilitates comprehensive programs and services that
support children, strengthen families, and mobilize residents to action.
After-school learning, summer camps and mentoring programs keep students engaged and developing all year long.
Creating a better Charleston for everyone.
Fostering new opportunities for success.
We know children have the chance for a bright future when they are educated, healthy and connected to their community. Our programs in Title 1 early learning and elementary schools give children access to opportunities that can transform a generation.
Fueling Charleston’s future.
We believe in treating the whole child through education, health services and supporting families and the community. Since 2010, we’ve collaborated with four elementary schools in high-poverty Charleston neighborhoods.
Through these relationships, hundreds of children have participated in after-school and summer programs, received health and medical services and attended community events and family fun nights.
Measuring our success in Charleston’s schools
We know children have the chance for a bright future when they are educated, healthy and connected to their community. Our programs in Title I elementary schools give children access to opportunities that can transform a generation.
students received higher reading scores after going through our summer program in 2019
children treated through KidsWell during the 2018-2019 school year
students participated in family engagement events in the 2018-2019 school year
Be part of our work.
At Charleston Promise Neighborhood, we know you want to be an engaged community member dedicated to the long-term success of the children who live here. In order to do that, you need to support an organization that uses education as a tool to fuel the local economy and future workforce.
But it’s easy to get insulated in your own circle of friends, co-workers and community. You may simply be unaware of the challenges facing your neighbors just a few miles or a bridge away. You’re not sure how to help and wonder if you can really move the needle on such an overwhelming problem.
Be part of transforming a generation in 3 simple steps:
1. Make a donation.
2. Know your dollars go directly to supporting programs that give children the opportunity to succeed.
3. Be part of a community where everyone has access to a bright future.
Catalyst for Citizenship & Social Innovation Initiatives; BoomTown!
Assistant Principal; Mary Ford Elementary School