Village of Promise, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Huntsville, Alabama, was founded to address the needs of children and families in distressed, high-poverty neighborhoods.
Our Mission is to break the cycle of poverty, one neighborhood at a time.
Here’s a list of the 2017-18 programs that Huntsville families are using to change their lives:
Nine class course that covers infant, child, and mother health care, immunizations, safety, health hazards, and other subjects for parents/expectant parents of children ages 0 to 3
A two-generation family literacy program which promotes strengthening the family unit through Parent Time workshops, Parent and Child Time Together (PACT), Family Mentoring and Family Service Learning Components.
Promise Preparatory Pre-K Program
A quality early learning program for 3 and 4-year old children that uses the HighScopes Curriculum to ensure that all students are developmentally and academically “Kindergarten Ready” by age 5
Before school bible class program designed to instill character and spiritual development in elementary school aged children. Students are taught and mentored by volunteers from various churches in the community.
A one-on-one mentoring program for first-generation college students. Each student is paired with a mentor who provides curriculum counseling, career counseling, and interview training.