The Ohio Governor’s Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiative:
The Ohio Governor’s Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiative has been an essential part of the statewide expansion After-School All-Stars has embarked upon in 2012. Their funding and partnership has allowed ASAS Ohio to establish a strong foundation in both Dayton and Toledo public schools as well as expand its presence in Columbus. Because of their support After-School All-Stars will be able to enrich and impact the lives of more children across Ohio. Learn more…
Lucas County DOJFS
The Lucas County relationship started in the spring of 2013. They awarded us funding through a grant to support our first schools in the Toledo area, Birmingham & Walbridge Elementary Schools. After completing two years of programming, Lucas County DOJFS was thrilled with the impact ASAS was having on the students & families in the program, that they awarded us additional funds to expand into a third school, Hawkins Elementary.
Since 2010, FOX Sports Networks (FSN) has worked with After-School All-Stars to continue its Sports as a Hook programming with the goal of tackling the childhood obesity crisis by helping kids become more physically active and knowledgeable about healthy eating choices. The following FSN regions are actively involved through media support, volunteerism and field trips for ASAS students: FOX Sports Ohio, Fox Sports South, FOX Sports Florida, FOX Sports San Diego, and FOX Sports Southwest. Learn more…
Mondelez International, Inc.
Through their Foundation, they have increased their efforts to empower families and communities to lead healthier lives. They’re proud to invest $50 million USD over multi-years in a three-pronged proven approach to combat obesity: nutrition education, promoting active play and providing access to fresh foods. Learn more.
They call it Generation T, T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile’s career exploration program, which invites young people from After-School All-Stars into our retail stores, call centers, network facilities, and business offices to get inspired about their next steps toward career success. They’ve already hosted more than 220 Generation T events nationwide, involving 1,100 employees and impacting 2,200 young people.