ReachBackFoundation INC.

community

Mission + Vision

Is to take inner city kids and the poor and help them become an asset to our community.

our history

Programs

Our programs are design to show our clients how to get the results they need.

May 2000 – ReachBack Foundation INC. Raised the funds to send a local high school student to Spain to represent the USA  in basketball through People to People Sports Ambassador.

 

December 2004 – The ReachBack Foundation provided toys, clothing and bikes for Christmas to homeless children affected by hurricane Charley.

 

March 2008 – Initiated our feed the homeless drive. We delivered food to senior citizen facilities and give the homeless a hot meal.

 

June 2011 -- Started our Summer Food program for 70-100 kids per day.  Providing the kids with shoes, furniture, clothing, toiletries and school supplies. Explained how what you do today can and will affect the rest of your life. Discuss peer pressure, teen parenting and  how to prepare for college. Our sports boot camp develop team work, anger management and skill enhancement. Guest Speaker Nick Anderson Orlando Magic, Arena Bowl Hall Of Fame Barry Wagner Iron Man Six Years In A Row.


December 2014-- Christmas toy drive and give away event. We provided the families with food , clothing , furniture, toiletries and toys. Needs analysis workshop showing how to put money back into your pocket. Through budgeting, selecting the right insurance plan, cooking healthy balanced meals, money management and educational rehabilitation.


May 2015-- Basketball training camp for inner city kids. Developing the mind, body and character through conditioning, lectures and workshops. Future Prospects WGH Developmental Coach Preston Henry help kids take their skills to the next level.


​December 2016--Give over a hundred kids shoes, luxury bath towels.and toiletries to the students at Jones High School and Just Dance School of the Arts Christmas Event


January 2017-- Feeding the homeless and delivering food to seniors. Provided food and drinks for Just Dance School Of The Arts doing the Sanford Martin Luther King Celebration. 



I grew up in the projects and became a teenage mother at sixteen. I had two kids in college and at age twenty three I had

four. I went from welfare to the owner of several business. The poor are a diamond in the rough. They need to be cultivated. It's amazing what can be done when we come together. We give a fish while teaching how to fish.


Sandra Henry


A NOTE FROM OUR Founder

ReachBack Foundation enjoys broad local support and together we are changing lives.