Yes. This is an actual sign posted in a business. The reactions to it range from enthusiasm to utter rage. Whatever a person may feel about a this direct message– there is something undeniable that pricks the heart…
Society does hold it’s parents accountable for our kids behavior. Period.
We are a part of being proactive and offering solutions to concerns about good Sports Character. We help youth embrace the “We Can Do It” attitude that impacts the communities they live in.
The C.A.R.E. Foundation greatly appreciate your support to programs like ours that remain dedicated to working with youth and parents.
“Empower the Person. Impact the World.”
Gardere, Louisiana is a high-poverty, high-crime neighborhood and there are needs for youth development programs. Gardere Youth Alliance was born from the heart of coaches providing care and support (through sports) for at-risk youth that are looking for structure and direction. We at C.A.R.E. Foundation are excited that through our focused character building and workforce development training we can help youth strive to build better futures.
Of course, the way a team plays as a whole determines its overall success. With that understanding it’s clear that sports will always be sports and talent will always be talent–but the right mindset of those individuals to conform as a team has the ingredient of success. The ingredient for our Sports Character Program is for success in life though sports and training.
As coaches, we determine the kind of experience our young athletes have. Now we can extend our reach both off the field and court. We are thankful to have this opportunity to make a difference in the example set by young athletes today. We look forward to implementing to the principles of SEL Athletics and making a difference in the world on child at a time.
The C.A.R.E. Foundation looks forward to working with Gardere Youth Alliance.
~John Westly Stewart (Founder & CEO)