Our impact.

Each year, the All Stars Project involves more than 20,000 young people in development activities that give them the opportunity to perform and to grow.

We have transformed from a grassroots, all volunteer-run effort into a national model for engaging poverty through Afterschool Development and community organizing.  ASP is headquartered in New York City on West 42nd Street in a 31,000-square-foot performing arts and development complex and in 2013 opened the Scott Flamm Center for Afterschool Development, a 9,000-square-foot performing arts and development center in Newark, NJ.  With two centers and operations in seven cities across the country, we bring inner-city youth together with business and cultural leaders, academics, police officers and other caring adults to create new kinds of relationships and environments where everyone grows.

  • 2

    NYC awards for “best place to volunteer”

  • 7

    All Stars cities

  • 180

    Corporate partners

  • 354

    DSY interns placed (in 2016)

  • 2,310

    Talented volunteers

  • $120M

    In private donations

53,799

Youth and community members reached annually.

I came from a very poor neighborhood and that can form a ceiling. Now I’m at Harvard Law. Lindsay McKenzie | All Stars Alumnus

Our recent successes.

All Stars Project of Chicago campaign to establish a Center for Afterschool Development

Last summer, All Stars Project launched a transformational campaign to establish a Center for Afterschool Development in downtown Chicago, which is a new vision to engage Chicago’s history of divisions and inequality, and will give youth from poor and isolated communities on the South and West sides a premier downtown destination to connect with the civic, cultural and professional life of their city.

ASP Receives 2016 Simmons Luminary Award for Transformative Work with Inner-City Youth

President and CEO Gabrielle Kurlander accepted the Simmons Luminary Award from the Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development at Southern Methodist University (SMU) in 2016. Inspired by the power of learning to illuminate and improve society, the Luminary Award honored the All Stars Project for its commitment to improving people’s lives through education and development.

All Stars Project of New Jersey Launches Operation Conversation: Cops & Kids

In an important partnership between All Stars and Mayor Ras J. Baraka and the City of Newark, All Stars was proud to announce the launch of Operation Conversation: Cops & Kids in New Jersey’s largest city. Cops & Kids director and ASP co-founder Dr. Lenora Fulani led the first workshop in Newark at the ASP of NJ Scott Flamm Center for Afterschool Development last summer and the initiative will involve 300 police officers and young people in 14 workshops in all five of the city’s wards.

What’s next for All Stars?

  • Establish the field of Afterschool Development

    We are leading a national conversation among local and national funders, youth, academics, thought leaders and corporate leaders to create a platform for innovation and build the Afterschool movement.

  • Invest in All Stars Project Seven-City Model

    Explore opportunities for expansion and catalyze new partnerships to have an even greater impact across each of the All Stars Project cities and regions.

  • Establish All Stars’ cutting edge model as a best practice in Police-Community Relations

    By establishing public-private partnerships and leveraging opportunities for Operation Conversation: Cops & Kids, we hope to transform the culture of mistrust between law enforcement and the communities in which they work.

  • Engage the World

    Give voice to social issues and highlight the All Stars Project as a national leader in the field of Afterschool Development, a new way of engaging poverty.

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