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Damascus Outreach Association Inc

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Causes: Education, Literacy, Remedial Reading & Encouragement

Mission: The mission of the damascus outreach association (doa) stem initiative is to provide at-risk elementary and middle school aged youth, from gates county schools, high quality free out-of-school time programming that supports school day learning and enable them to meet and exceed state and local achievement standards as well as meet and exceed state priority performance goals in math and reading through the study and exploration of stem ingenuity, and discreet instruction and support in math and reading skills.

Programs: Focused initiative to increase science, technology, engineering, math and reading skills for at-risk elementary and middle school youth in low income communities.

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Rating: 5

A Great Non Profit Organization That Serves The Under-served Rural Poor At Risk Students In North Carolina. I donate to them and help them every way i can,but they really need funds this year as their funding cycle has ended.

They really do so much to help these students who have grown so much under this after school program. You can help them out as well by giving a small donation securely online here:


I know that they really would appreciate everyone who does. Share this link to they have just 3 weeks to raise $50,000 or No Program for this year.

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Rating: 5

This is a hidden jewel located in the rural county of Gates in North Carolina. If I had the funds I'd build them a huge building where they could continue to help all these poor students that no one seems to care about. They have given their time and money for free to help these children ,even when the people in charge tried to stop them they kept on giving and helping these families and these precise children. My son and everyone I know that has gone there for over 4 years everyone on them were failing ,but ended up with good grades and passed to next grade. they really work hard for these children and no one will help them.

That man, Dr. Jeff Benthall and his wife ,Kathy is a God-send. I give every chance I get and I recommend them and everybody knows that they have done miracles here in this place of lack and resistance with little to nothing there , they still keep coming back and working harder and harder than before. I hope you all help them, they need the funds for these children.