There is no shortage in the news about the negative influences
and the actions of our youth and the increasing need for
a variety of assistance with our seniors.
Through our various programs, Charlotte’s Web is eager to change that narrative of worthlessness that stigmatizes our youth and provide awareness, aid and value to our seniors.
BY THE NUMBERS
Many of the kids we provide service to at our center are young men in the community. These young men need mentoring as a means to divert them from facing possible incarceration or trouble in school.
26% have an incarcerated parent.
52% raised in a home with no positive
34% lived without males actively
involved in their lives.
85% lived in poverty.
A Message From The CEO
As most of you know me as the CEO of All N 1 Stop Moving and Storage, my name is Bryan Cooper. I am excited to let you know how your dedicated support over the years has helped build my next endeavor, Charlotte’s Web Enrichment Center.
CWEC is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization established to provide a place for our youth to build strength, power, agility, basic movement, and motor skills in boxing and physical fitness. Some of the same components will be applied to the life skills, education and workforce development portion of the program. Throughout our year-round program, the children are educated on these concepts as a diversion and quality of life. In order to meet our mission and provide services in our community we rely on the generosity of individuals and businesses for support. Without the assistance of community-minded individuals just like you, we would not be able to continuously serve the youth in our community.
We ask that you make a commitment to support our non-profit organization by making a new or gently used furniture donation for our new Furniture Donation Pick Up. CWEC gladly accepts monetary donations as well. This year our goal is $50,000 and we hope that you will be able to make a contribution because will drive the Support and a funding for our community awareness and youth divergence programs. Your generosity will go towards educational resources, physical fitness and boxing equipment, field day activities, and increase participation opportunities. We have provided the donation link for your convenience. Remember that every donation makes a difference, regardless of the size.
Bryan Cooper, CEO
WHAT WE DO
We aim to prepare our youth for the next phases of growth & development in a safe,
constructive environment, which we approach through our core programs:
Commitment to the community, through service,
partnership and dedication.
WHO WE ARE
Charlotte’s Web Enrichment Center, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, established to assist with senior care, youth boxing and mentoring, community service, mentoring, community kitchen and clothes closet.
Our mission is to “Enhance the lives of Many”, by providing a structured environment directed at physical fitness, work-force development, re-entry, life-skills, education and mental health.
” A change for tomorrow, starts with the present.“
Charlotte’s Web will attempt to reach the youth who will benefit most from the programs. Through our programs the youth will learn, discipline, confidence and most important self respect in a fun and safe environment. We will provide mentorship from the leading and most exemplary members of the DMV.
years of transforming the lives and dreams of our youth into reality
youth impacted by our boxing and mentoring programs.
mentees completed 7 weeks of mentoring sessions with new-found discipline.
mentees returned to serve as mentors and enlisted to train others in the skills they obtained.
MENTEE SUCCESS STORIES
When our programs succeed, our youth also succeed.
Everything’s been good!
My kid has been doing good so far, even though he is out of school. I have not had to speak twice about anything — no back talk and homework is complete. I cannot complain. He said, “Ma, what James and Brian said to me is right… I got to do what is right.”