History of Heroes for all

In March 2016, 22 students from the Non-Profit Management class at the College of Brockport, State University of New York collaborated with Dr. Rehnuma Karim to design a Non-Profit Organization that can provide support in the communities to help the youth understand the benefits of a purposeful life. The students started discussing what we lack in our society today that is creating a barrier to help them grow up into a conscious and aware individual. Discussion and analysis of current trends supported their thoughts showing how a gap in real learning exist between the schools and the actual community that resulted in more than 40% high-school drop outs in USA, increased teen pregnancy and drug abuse ( 150 died of Heroin overdose , 2016). They also found that depression and underutilization of the youth’s creative energy are resulting from disengaged young people who are trying to find stimulations through negative and destructive life choices. This is why, the experts and students from the College of Brockport decided to take this initiative to build a platform which will help the youth of tomorrow in the process of becoming well-informed and responsible citizens by discovering their individual and collective strengths through activities connected to their interest, life at home and school, their the community and in the world.

The Inspiration

The Ultimate Journey

The Journey Begins In

2016

Established A School In

2017

Arranged Camp Abilities In

2018

Organized Paara Utshab In

2019

Helped Needy People In

2020

Programs and Possible Outcomes

Target Groups

Adults, Late Teens, Parent, Teachers, Community members, Universities and Schools

Programs Area

Series of Workshop, International Collaborative and Mentoring Inter-generational programs

Social Outcomes

Positive use of free time instead of indulging into self and socially destructive activities

Our Mission and Vision

Mission : skills and develop positive character traits that could guide them to make healthy and informed life choice for their future. The mission of “Heroes for All” is to support children and youth to become morally responsible and conscious global citizen by realizing their fullest potential and building a purposeful life through active civic engagement, informed life choices, and global connectivity.

Vision : Transforming communities through conscious, purposeful and engaged global citizens. Heroes for All promises to engage our youth to become the best version of their selves through — Developing their moral values and sense of civic responsibilities Believing in their own potentials Cultivating positive mindset to improve and build their intellectual, emotional, creative and physical abilities.

Core Goals of HFA

Brief Overview of Programs

Target Groups

All Children and Youth (13 Years- 25 Years)
Parents
Teachers
Community Members
Local Government

Programs

Series of knowledge sessions and Workshop
Educational Programs to based on Human Curriculum and Growth Mindset
Engagement through Community programs and building creative space
Peer Mentoring
Inter-generational programs
Apprenticeship and Shadowing Programs
Educational Tours and Trips
Research and Development opportunities for students
Neighborhood and playground revival projects
Cross Cultural exchange of ideas and views between schools and college students at international levels
Camp Experiences: Ex: Camp Abilities Bangladesh
Leadership Camps for underprivileged kids

Outcomes

Enhanced physical, social and psychological well- being
Develop positive mindset becoming resilient, proactive and responsible adults
Obtain life and career skills to become effective citizen
Develop creative, innovative and entrepreneurial global workforce
Better communities led by conscious, empathetic and ethical future leaders
Vibrant communities with creative and productive space
Building a future generation with united worldview geared towards building a sustainable world