NEW App from Allison Boley!
Download it from the iOS store and see if you're as smart as a 3rd grader!
Go through a series of STEM modules and get rewarded with a prize at the end if you finish.
This app is not yet available for Android users.
They celebrated their 40th Anniversary and donated the proceeds from each 40th sale to five Arizona-based charities. We were so blessed to be chosen as one of them!
Boy, has time completely flown by! We can't believe that October is right around the corner once again. This means that it's time to start fundraising and that the gates have officially opened for the 2016 sponsorship and supporter season.
This winter, we will be giving away $500 grants to the children of mothers who have breast cancer this after carefully reading through their stories and letters and addressing the needs of each individual family. Read more here....
OUR MISSION STATEMENT:To educate and empower youth through fitness-based programs that teach STEM concepts, encourage healthy lifestyles, and promote positive youth development through opportunities to learn, succeed and belong.
“A delightful and fun experience.”
Mr. M. Wooldridge,
PE Teacher from Indian Bend Elementary School in Phoenix, Arizona
4th Grade Teacher at Val Vista Academy in Gilbert, Arizona.
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“Prepare your kids for a fast-paced, fun and exciting lesson! The kids learn and act out special vocabulary words!”
PE Teacher at Scales Technology Academy in Tempe, Arizona
“Overall topic covers great discipline and holds students to a high standard of character. Great class for ALL grade levels.”
PE Teacher at Saint Mary-Basha Catholic School in Chandler, Arizona.
Thanks to all of our volunteers, Dignity Kids has a wide variety of free services to offer to schools and community organizations. Learn more about how we service our communities.
A huge, gigantic Thank You goes to Spinato's Pizzeria in Tempe, AZ for their generous donation to Dignity Kids!
What started as a one-man team working hard to serve a small town area has now grown to a full-throttle non-profit 501(c)3 organization.