Change Your Mindset Change Your Outcome
Choose to DO, Inc. Where The Choices Are Yours To Make
According to the National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP), large numbers of children across the U.S. are affected by one or more risk factors in their youth which are shown to be consistently associated with negative outcomes. Children who are more likely to be at risk usually don’t have a positive support system at home and do not cope well with the different challenges that they are facing.
OUR CORE VALUES
We encourage thought and self-reflection in our young girls and boys because we believe that changing your mindset, changes your outcome.
Our children are supported in their abilities, strengths, and values, no matter who society tells them to be.
We want our children to enjoy life and recognize that when a child has a smile on their face, they are more willing to deal with the daily stresses of life.
POSITIVITY VS NEGATIVITY
Choose to DO, Inc. teaches our youth the importance of having a positive mindset to help them maneuver the daily stresses of life.
We teach leadership to our youth to give them the necessary skill sets to step into leadership roles as they grow.
Our programs encourage each child to push past their limitations, to explore their imaginations and to invoke emotion. We inspire our children to step outside of their comfort zone, in order to help them move forward in life.
What People Say ?
“My experience with working with you was so professional and organized. I didn’t have to wonder about any aspect of the process. I barely had any questions because you covered all the bases. You took the guessing game out of what to expect for working with you. It allowed me to concentrate on delivering. I want to tell you that so you can know that someone appreciates the details. It’s hard being a one woman show, staying organized and consistent, while still working. But you’re doing a great job so I thought you should know.”
“Thanks for coming through and appreciate this follow up! Our tech divas loved their time with you. Feedback on our end of day survey was glowing. They all reflected that they left the day feeling more confident, loving themselves, etc. Great job!”
“We created care packages for Spa Day and participated in a team building activity where all the volunteers complimented each other,” Sr. II Manager Misty Corliss said. “It brought everyone closer together and was a fun team building exercise.”