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The World is Shrinking

Posted on May 18, 2018

Entry by: Chris Dunn A2S Board Member & 2018 Mission Team Member The world is shrinking. Not in an Inconvenient Truth type of way, nor in the Flat Earth, Kyrie Irving way. The world is shrinking in a FaceGram, Instabook, SnapGram way. Follows, likes and shares are the new way relationships are judged near and …

A Case for Children Like Peace

Posted on May 8, 2018

Entry by: Andrew Lovedale A2S President & Founder For children who live in struggling communities, their path to a successful life is challenging because poverty deprives them of a unique right: the ability to interact, act like, and simply be a child. You can give a life-changing opportunity to just be a child this summer …

Goin’ on a trip on my favorite rocket ship……

Posted on April 12, 2018

Entry by: Laura Knight Global Studies major and A2S Social Media and Communications Intern. Benin, Nigeria The Favorite Rocket Ship: Access to Success For those who don’t get the reference… It’s incredibly silly but I reference this a lot so… be educated 🙂 For the remix click here… It’s super fly. You know you love it. Some of …

Leadership Update

Posted on April 3, 2018

In the past month, A2S has had the privilege of welcoming a few new team members! Please take a moment to read a little bit about their stories & feel free to reach out and say hello!  We are so excited to see where the Lord is taking us as we continue to grow and …

Access to Success (A2S) Foundation Announces Six New Board Members

Posted on January 11, 2018

Thursday, January 11, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Grace Cassino Community Relations and Development Manager grace@a2sfoundation.org Access to Success (A2S) Foundation Announces Six New Board Members DAVIDSON, NC—Access to Success (A2S) Foundation announces the appointment of six new board members term effective January 1, 2018-December 31, 2020. New members of the board include: Mr. Larry …

Kelvin’s Story: Meal-a-thon 2017

Posted on December 26, 2017

My name is Kelvin John and I am 13 years old. The name of my school is Ohuoba Primary School. I am the oldest child and I have three younger siblings. My dad is a soldier and my mum a trader. They provide for me when it they can, but try to reassure me when …

Bright’s Story: Meal-a-thon 2017

Posted on December 19, 2017

This is Bright. He is 16 and is a student at our After School Academy. Bright is a vibrant and intelligent young boy and one of six kids! He lives with his mom and dad, two brothers and three sisters.  About Bright and His Family Bright is a senior secondary school three student (high school …

Mrs. Evelyn’s Story: Meal-a-thon 2017

Posted on December 12, 2017

This is Mrs. Evelyn. Her children attend the A2S After School Academy. Did you know? The After School Academy relies on mothers of our kids to volunteer to prepare lunch each day. Not only does the academy create a safe atmosphere, but also a familiar one. Our kids see faces they recognize and eat favorite …

Destiny’s Story: Meal-a-thon 2017

Posted on December 5, 2017

Destiny attends Ohuoba Primary School. His parents could not afford his school fees without A2S. Feeding Destiny and his five other siblings is difficult for his parents too. Destiny likes the After School Academy because he eats good food like fried rice with chicken which is his favorite. He looks forward to every day at …

Amas’ Story: Meal-a-thon 2017

Posted on November 27, 2017

Amas Guobadia used to walk home very tired after selling newspapers and magazines at bus stops after school. Amas had to work to assist his father, a bricklayer, and his mother, a cell phone card vendor. His classmates would not even talk to him because they thought he looked like a delinquent. No one knew …

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