Going above and beyond for youth and poor communities.
All Stars brings 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. These partnerships for growth are what define the field of Afterschool Development and what America needs to move forward.
Our corporate partners.
Companies that raise the bar on what it means to give back.
Individuals who go above and beyond for All Stars.
All Stars Project of Chicago board member and 2017 “New Leader for Afterschool Development”
All Stars Project of New Jersey board member who led the effort to successfully expand the Development School for Youth, to Jersey City in 2016. Dedicated to growing the programs in Newark, Jersey City and throughout New Jersey.
National Board Member, dedicated to connecting inner-city youth to the business world, and believer in the power of performance.
All Stars’ life-changing approach to development has been championed and shaped by thousands of individual donors, whose commitment has helped us achieve record success. They are dedicated to partnering with youth from poor communities to create development for all.
Building a legacy.
As the All Stars continues to create opportunities for youth from the poorest community across the nation, we are embraced as a long-term solution to the struggles inner-city communities face.
The Society for Racial Harmony
This group of supporters, both individuals and families, have pledged special legacy gifts so that the All Stars Project will continue to thrive for decades to come.
All Stars Endowment
In 2012, the All Stars created the All Stars Endowment with a generous matching pledge from supporters John and Susi Manley, and there is now over $1 million in the endowment fund.
John & Cathy Andrus Fund for Future All Stars
Our first named family fund, this New Jersey-based endowment has encouraged hundreds of the Andrus’ friends to step forward and give.