Meeet The Access Foundation

The Access Foundation is a nonprofit that works to ensure access to education, healthcare, and economic opportunity for people with disabilities.

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Led by Founder / CEO Keithen Stallings, The Access Foundation’s mission is to provide ACCESS to underrepresented youth in the form of Food & Nutrition, STEM Education, Leadership Development, and Health & Wellness.

Food and Resources Giveaway

Since the pandemic of 2020, The Access Foundation has serviced over 50,000 families in the form of Food, Diapers, Milk, Clothes and Utility Assistance.

Black Boys Matter Mentoring

Our Black Boys Matter Mentoring Program provides leadership development to youth ages 10 to 17. While designed for male youth, it also serves college

Leadership Development Programs

Our Leadership Development Programs go into schools and provide life skills in the form of Conflict Resolution, Entrepreneurship, Resume and Interviewing Workshop, Goal Setting, Music Production and D’Jing, Kids can Cook Culinary Sessions.

STEM Education

The TRAP coding program is designed for students, ranging from age 8 to 17, and teaches them the basics of computer programming while they develop important problem solving, logic, and computational skills. Our students will progress through a variety of programming languages as they take part in hackathons, workshops, and summer camps. Classes are taught by knowledgeable instructors in a fun and inspirational environment, where kids can advance at their own pace, but always feel challenged and ready to handle a career in technology.

College Tours

Our college tours involve taking underrepresented youth to regional colleges including University of Missouri, University of Illinois, Lincoln University, Alabama A&M and Tennessee State University.

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