My son and I have volunteered for NGF this Fall. The staff and other volunteers are dedicated to the success of the children. The participating children are eager to learn, and my son and I feel like we are making a difference in these youngsters' lives. Of the not-for-profits that I have experience with, NGF does a great deal, with very modest resources.
We have had the blessing of hosting NGF at Norcross for the past 2 1/2 years. This ministry has been a blessing to so many children and families in our neighborhood who are struggling with school and unable to afford private tutors.
Seeing the glow on students faces as they become more confident in their studies and see there grades climb upward has been awesome!
Amy and her staff are amazing in how they are able to individualize the needs of each student. This program has had a huge impact for the students and families in our area.
I love working at NGF. The program does an excellent job at supporting students who need the extra help in their learning. I am proud to be a memeber of the NGF team!
I am a teacher with NGF. I love the dedication that is offered to students who need support with school. The staff works very hard to connect with the children and provide them with a warm, inviting, and supportive environment that helps them strengthen their skills. I love how lessons are adapted to meet the needs of each individual child!
NGF is a wonderful program that helps our youth excel. Amy Sol is very dedicated in all her endeavors with this program. I have seen her personally go above and beyond, sacrificing her own personal time off to make sure this program is continually running smoothly. She truly loves these children and wants them to have the same advantage any other child does to get a better education.
I work with abused and neglected children in the local juvenile court. The children we serve often struggle with their school work. Next Generation Focus gives us an affordable resource to assist in this area. The children's progress is measured throughout. This means we are not just putting a service into place because it is needed. We can also expect success. The children adore the amazing young tutors who work with them. They want to succeed for them. Often the expectation of success in school is not a priority in their homes. It takes a very special organization to give them the wish to succeed as well as the means to do so. I have personally visited on Saturday mornings and watched the children coming in excited to spend their Saturday morning with their favorite tutors. I fully endorse this organization and hope to see it grow and expand in our community.