Five Promises

Do you provide all five promises?

Sign up to become a Promise PlaceSign in to the 15 in 5 Network. If you’re not a member yet, sign up! It’s fast and easy, and it gives you access to a ton of great resources from our partners. Once you’ve signed in or signed up, just click on Promise Place Sign-Up on the right hand side of the screen, exactly where you clicked to sign in to 15 in 5.

Register now, you’ll be honored at the public launch of this initiative. As a Promise Place, you’ll receive recognition materials, be featured on the Alliance’s website and in the Alliance’s weekly newsletter, and serve as models for other local organizations across the country.

The application takes just a few minutes to complete, and we’re not asking you or your organization to do anything more than continue the great work you already do. It’s a completely painless process. Become Promise Place, and that you nominate another outstanding organization that works with you in your community as well. It’s a great opportunity to get local and national recognition for the things you do every day to make life better for kids.

The Five Promises

Research shows that if the Five Promises, as defined by America’s Promise, are consistently fulfilled, they can significantly advance the health and well-being of the next generation – increasing the chances of youth becoming successful adults.
 
Ongoing relationships with caring adults — parents, mentors, tutors or coaches — offer youth support, care and guidance.

Safe places with structured activities during nonschool hours provide both physical and emotional safety for youth.

Adequate nutrition, exercise, and health care pave the way for healthy bodies, healthy minds, and smart habits for adulthood.

Marketable skills through effective education help youth navigate the transition from school to work successfully.

Opportunities to give back through community service enhance self-esteem, boost confidence and heighten a sense of responsibility to the community. 

“I believe that every child is a child or promise, and that all of us – working together as concerned citizens, as caring communities – all of us can give young people the tools to accomplish any goal or task they decide upon.”
America’s Promise Chair Mrs. Alma Powell
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