The vision of RGOH is to serve as a resource to faith-based and secular organizations in underserved communities, in order to improve educational outcomes, provide essential life skills, and build social and civic responsibility and discipleship in youth.
Targeting specific youth in our local community for the purpose of establishing both a strong spiritual and educational foundation through our Garden of Hope Ministries
Rebecca’s Garden of Hope does not discriminate against students or volunteers on the basis of race; color; national origin; sex; sexual orientation; age; political affiliation; religion; or on the basis of disability.
It is hard to believe that with all of the technological advances and resources available we still have children in many communities, that can’t read. Students that can’t read by the 3rd grade are more likely to end up incarcerated or living off social programs. Using targeted resources, and people who care, RGOH offers a way to better outcomes, so youth have a better opportunity to succeed.
Did you know Rebecca’s Garden of Hope has been impacting the lives of youth and families in communities across the country for over 10+ yrs. Thousands of youth have benefited from our support, but that’s not enough. We want to change communities, one child at a time. Spending time getting to know our youth and showing them, we care plays a critical role in how they see themselves and others around them. That’s how community’s changes. That’s why we need your support. Community outreach projects, fundraisers and regular updates are a few of the ways we get community partners like you involved. It is only with your support that we can continue making positive changes in our communities. Thank you, on behalf of Rebecca’s Garden of Hope for all you do to help us make a difference and keep checking back with us to see how your partnership can keep that momentum going.
Everyone needs someone to stand in the gap and tell them, “They can do it” and “It’s going to be ok…” Rebecca’s Garden of Hope invites loving individuals who have a passion for serving the needs of youth to partner with them to help these young people understand, they are not alone. We are in the trenches working tirelessly to ensure these youth know they have an advocate working, for them. Sometimes it seems it’s only about what we do for them but there is inexpressible joy and satisfaction we experience too, when we see our young people developing as young leaders and excelling in every aspect of their lives. You may not be able to directly work with our youth as a tutor or mentor, but your contributions and support do help us continue to make a difference in their lives and for that we are very grateful! We really can’t so this without you, so we thank you for your compassion and continuing to show you care, by supporting our efforts.
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Rebecca’s Garden of Hope, Inc. Tutoring & Mentoring Program is a non for profit 501c3 organization that was founded in Orlando, Florida in 2007.
We nurture children with love and encourage them to build on a foundation in Christ to give them strength as they move through this journey called life.
Our tutoring services provide homework assistance and targeted support for students in the areas of reading, grammar and math while offering unique tools to also help them learn to manage money and develop life skills.
Our overall objective is to build self-esteem in youth, improve educational outcomes, reduce drop-out rates and revitalize neighborhoods in communities across the country.
Many children are exposed to various things in life that put them at risk to fail. Socioeconomics are no longer a predictor of success for our young people. The negative impact that drugs, social issues, apathy and hate through social media are having on our youth is being felt in all walks of life.
The passion of RGOH has led us to share our proven methods with churches and organizations nationwide. With 200+ partners across the country, the goal of reaching young people is being realized beyond the confines of our home city.