That was my reality.
I’m 15 now and my dreams have changed.
I want to go to Emory and become a doctor that takes care of individuals that can’t afford good healthcare.
What changed in three years?
My family and I were introduced to the Future Foundation when I was headed down a rocky path during 6th
grade. They have provided me with valuable resources and knowledge to help me to reach my goal.
Though surrounded by challenges like substance abuse, teen pregnancy, and community violence, 100% of Future Foundation's teen participants have graduated from high school since 2007. A full 100% went on to post-secondary education. One hundred percent. It is worth repeating.
Future Foundation continues to close the gap between dreams and reality for 1500 Atlanta youth and families living in poverty each year. And to sustain our positive impact, we are asking for your support around Georgia Gives Day 2015 on November 12, 2015.