In 2013, Antoinette Tuff after saving 870 elementary students from an active shooter, she knew her new purpose was to give children educational opportunities and schools safer.
We believe that students must have a voice in school safety. We believe there are non-violent solutions that keep our students safe including compassion, confidence and control.
Every elementary school child should be exposured to science, technology, engineering, arts and math (sTEAM).
Creating dialogue between students, community leaders, school administrators and elected officials at town halls, national rallies including March for Our Lives, school districts and legislative forums.
Scholarships are given to all ages, from pre-kindergarten to graduate school.
Community Outreach not only helps those in need, but teaches compassion and leadership skills
Do you want to change the life of a child as a mentor? We have a wide variety of volunteering opportunities at special events including Student Safety Town Hall meetings and community outreach.
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