Commitment to Action

Supporting Youth Development through Mentoring and Sport

Commitment by

Beat The Streets Philadelphia

In 2012, Beat the Streets (BTS) Philadelphia committed to expand its mentoring program to 1,000 students, and to offer social and emotional learning, and academic support in Philadelphia and surrounding urban areas. Currently, nearly 100 percent of students participating in Beat the Streets Philadelphia's programs have earned their high school diploma and matriculated to post-secondary education or entered the military. The addition of an enhanced mentoring program to a larger group of students has the potential of altering the trajectory of the lives of children from underprivileged environments.

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Commitment

Supporting Youth Development through Mentoring and Sport

Launched

2012

Est. Duration

3 Years

Estimated Total Value

$2,175,000

Region

Northern America

Countries

United States

Commitment by

Beat The Streets Philadelphia