Rising Blazers partners with various community partners in South Dallas and Oak Cliff to provide education, support, and empowerment to our youth. These partners are our Service Providers who offer programs to equip our youth to become active participants in our community.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas enables all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Programming in three core areas meets the diverse needs and interests of Club members.
Carter’s House aims to nurture the self-esteem and confidence of families experiencing poverty by providing clothing and community support that improves their lives. As an extension, Carter’s House has adopted the HOPE Squad curriculum to support anti-bullying and promote mental wellness.
For Oak Cliff is an organization serving the South Oak Cliff community. For Oak Cliff offers community programs in the areas of education, advocacy, community building, and the arts.
The Mark Cuban Heroes Basketball Center is a multi-purpose facility designed to offer enriching, educational training on and off the court. They offer self-sufficient life skills programs and resources to educate, equip, and empower kids and families.
Puede Network is a youth empowerment organization that provides minority students with transformative programs in academics, health and nutrition, community stewardship, recreational athletics, and socio-emotional well-being.
The YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas is a nonprofit organization serving almost 200,000 people annually via programs, outreach, and events throughout Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Hopkins, Palo Pinto, and Rockwall counties.
Youth Revive provides character and civic education to help close the civic empowerment gap for youth in low-income communities. Their goal is to develop character-driven youth who work to reconnect, rebuild, and revive communities.
Become a Rising Blazer to get involved in these services and activities offered in the community.