The 5 pillars of Stand Up Global
It starts with the alphabet, then onto learning about colors and shapes. As our children grow, their minds expand yearning to be filled with knowledge. The educators in our children’s lives work diligently to fill it with the information needed to move onto the next grade. Sure, upon graduation of high school they are prepared to venture on to higher education. But what is being done to help educate and prepare them for what is outside and within their school walls.
Many teens deal with the daily pressures of fitting in. Almost everything they choose to do they yearn for the approval of current and potential friends. Too afraid to say no in some cases, usually ends in horrific results.
Our goal with the education of our youth is to teach them the tools to make wise decisions. We want to show them that they can be the ONE to not fall into peer pressure. That saying no does not always make you out to be the un-fun one. It only takes a pinky’s worth of courage to make your own choice and Stand Up for yourself and others around you.
By building a relationship with local Authorities, we will build a stronger community connection. Law Enforcement’s role is impactful as they help reinforce the laws created to guide us. By working with them we continue the education of these laws to our youth and help them to understand and respect them. As a community we become an extension of the law and are setting an example for our children. Most importantly is the lesson they will learn about the consequences for their actions.
National Pal is helping us to lead this partnership. With this organizations support we can continue to develop programs that will meet the needs of our children.
In this world of uncertainty with crime, wars, and pain in which many people find comfort or strength in believing in a higher power or something outside of themselves.
This is a way for our community of believers to be an example and trying to mentor our children to show them that it is very gratifying to help and support others. You are letting go of selfishness and being selfless. At the same time we are also teaching our youth acceptance and respect.