Unlimited Potential has been strengthening families since 1985.
About Unlimited Potential
Unlimited Potential was founded in 1985 to address the needs of low income women in South Phoenix. Women wanted to enhance their literacy in order to actively support the education and health of their children. Thus, a volunteer program was initiated for parents and children. Parents increased their literacy and learned valuable life skills while their children engaged in activities to promote. As demand for service grew, founder Jeanne Devine sought funding and participants engaged in advocacy convincing funders of the need for educational services for low income families. From the roots of necessity Unlimited Potential was born.
Annually more than 800 individuals benefit from programming; the majority are Latino, economically challenged, Spanish speaking women and children. Participants seek to enhance their English and educational skills with the goal of providing for their families and supporting the success of the next generation.
– English as a Second Language Courses
– General Education Degree Classes
– Early Childhood Program
– Promotora Program
– Abriendo Puertas
We believe that:
– All people have the right to have their basic human needs met. All people have the right to a quality education.
– Different languages and cultures should be celebrated.
– All people should be treated with love, respect, and integrity.
– Given the opportunity people can acquire the skills necessary to overcome economic and social barriers and become proactive in changing their lives and community. People have the capacity and social responsibility to create communities that promote the healthy development of future generations.
– Through perseverance we can achieve social justice.
Please donate today! Your dollars will directly empower participants and the South Mountain Community.
$10 – Provide healthy snacks for Unlimited Potential participants
$25 – Supply Toddler and Pre-School classroom with books
$50 – Empower a participant with a GED study guide
$100 – Invest in participant for a semester of English as a Second Language
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Francisco Avalos at 602.330.9015 or email@example.com.
The Working Poor Tax Credit is a dollar-for-dollar charitable contribution you can give to 501(c)(3) corporations (nonprofits). With Arizona’s Working Poor Tax Credit you can receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit, up to $400 if filing single or $800 if filing a joint return, on your state income taxes. Through the AZ Working Poor Tax Credit you can assist families who want to learn English, enhance their literacy skills, obtain their GED, and attend college.