Elevate Phoenix celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Day by kicking off our “Ability for Civility” campaign. We continue to promote civility to our students, their families, and our community. We invite you to join us in sponsoring a student which will change a life and make a positive difference in our world.
How your donations make a difference!
Please consider a $429 donation which covers all expenses for one semester for a participating student in Elevate Phoenix’s school program.
A $50 donation provides two hours of tutoring for students struggling in school
A $75 donation provides students with electronic subscription access to improve reading and comprehension
A $100 donation provides four hours of teacher-mentor intervention for teens dealing with difficult situations
A $200 donation trains five at-risk teens to serve as peer mentors, teaching reading to elementary students
$250 provides life skills, reading curriculum and program supplies to 40 children
A $429 donation covers all expenses for one whole year for a participating student in Elevate Phoenix’s school programs
A $500 donation provides 20 hours of mentoring at-risk youth who have no mentors in their lives
A $600 donation provides all supplies for 64 children attending Elevate Phoenix’s summer program
A $1,000 donation provides 40 hours of mentoring at-risk youth who have no mentors in their lives
$1,500 provides one semester of mentoring by our college alumni students to help middle school students transitioning to high school
$2,000 covers all program materials to conduct our summer college transition program
A $4000 donation provides 160 hours of tutoring, mentoring and homework help for dozens of at-risk youth
A $10,000 donation covers electronic subscription access for all youth served for one year
$12,000 covers more than half the cost of all 2nd and 3rd grade reading books, curriculum and supplies for an entire year
Please help us reach our $10,000 goal
*This will support 24+ students
Civility, by definition, is “formal politeness and courtesy in behavior or speech.”
But, in truth, civility is much more than that. It’s about treating others with respect, regardless of how they behave, or believe differently than you. It’s about courtesy and politeness. If, in your daily life, you treat others with genuine warmth, respect, and courtesy and are met with anything less than that in return, do not lower yourselves to that level, but rather, set the better example.