The All Stars Project of Dallas is reaching hundreds of young people from the neighborhoods of South Oak Cliff, West Dallas and South Dallas and connecting them to the resources of Dallas's cultural, educational and corporate community.
Through performance workshops, talent shows and leadership training, we are reaching disconnected teenagers and youth in poor communities and involving them in growth experiences after-school and on the weekends. We also have growing volunteer opportunities for people of all ages and background.
Currently housed at the First Presbyterian Church, the All Stars is a proud member of Mayor Rawlings' Anti-Poverty Task Force, the School Zone, Dallas Faces Race, and is partnering with SMU's Simmons School for Education and Human Development.
The All Stars Project of Dallas is part of a 33-year-old national non-profit with its headquarters in NYC and offices in Newark, NJ, Chicago, IL, Bridgeport, CT, and the San Francisco Bay Area.
All Stars Project of Dallas
1835 Young Street, Dallas, TX 75201
Antoine Joyce, City Leader