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Why Pitch In?
Our Mentors and Partners
With mentor support, students develop a broader understanding of establishing goals and taking advantage of future opportunities. By working with school faculty and local area partners, we’ve designed dynamic interactive activities, presentations, educational worksheets and projects to engage students to reinforce and sustain learning.
Despite the curveballs that may come their way, everyone should be given a chance in life regardless of resources or geography. The Wood Family Foundation facilitates relationships that provide support and opportunities to empower youth and their families to succeed in life.
Together We Win
Pitch In has given my grandson the confidence to lead others and speak in front of groups of people.
Pitch In Grandmother
Jaylon has made new friends, bonded with his peers and become more independent since joining Pitch In.
Pitch In Mother
I was really blessed and impressed that Kerry and Sarah were both so down to earth, and working in the trenches with all the volunteers.Ever since then, I try to help out and support WFF whenever I can, and mentoring for Pitch In is one way I can help.
WFF is extremely esteemed to have partnered with Conagra Brands for the 6th Annual Woody's Winter Warm-Up. The event was an incredible success! We were thrilled to have the opportunity to work with them and
This week Pitch In students rocked in earning many Pitch In tickets and high fives from both mentors and staff! Our 4th graders are continuing to read for book club learning more about their individual
Last week Pitch In enjoyed three family dinners, student presentations, several special guests and more! The Pitch In Breakdown: 6th Graders learned about restorative justice this month, the three pillars and how to use
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This month our Pitch In 6th graders are learning about the pillars of restorative justice and solving conflict through discussion. Through videos, special guests breaking down the golden role through an African history lense and