Carters Corner Community Services DREAM MANOR
Discovering Real Expectations About Manhood
(Divine. Respectful. Encouraging. Anointed. Men)
Carter’s Corner provides professional community and athletic Consulting to local agencies, sports programs, and families. Our services include fundraising, community events, case management, sport camps, mentoring, tutoring, Life Skills Training, HIV education/outreach and Testing. We believe in helping mold young people in the classroom and within the community to become leaders.
“Success is MEASURED by Sacrifice”
Our Mission is to provide community services and consulting that help people as individuals, families and agencies thrive. Dream Manor will strive to help young men prepare for independent living while developing personal growth.
Carters Corner Community Services was established to provide social services and educational support to at risk and undeserved children and their families. We are a grassroots organization serving communities throughout the United States. The organization was established on the vision of Samuel Carter, who is a dedicated educator and community leader. The organization wants to mirror Samuel Carter’s vision to educate, motivate, inspire, and mentor people while building healthier communities one family at a time.
ATHLETES FOR SUCCESS/A.F.S
One of our programs is to provide annual scholarships on behalf of Samuel Carter, to deserving Tenant. The program participant will have to met our high standards of being exceptional students in the classroom and exuded leadership skills and a positive attitude within the community. We understand the need for financial assistance for college-bound students and are committed to obtaining and awarding these scholarships.
Our organization also recognizes the need for other support programs and activities to be provided to the community. We are dedicated to disburse school supplies annually throughout the community, provide financial aid workshops, ACT preparation workshops, mentoring and other educational activities. We also partner with other agencies to give food and household supplies to needy families. We also host life skills workshops and independent living training to students who may be first generation students going off for the first time.
For more information about Carter's Corner call 850-510-6702 or email email@example.com
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