To develop targeted programs that increase a commitment to athletic and academic excellence for youth in underserved communities.
Who We Are
POWER TO GIVE Foundation supports youth athletes growing up with dreams of becoming confident and successful individuals that are positively affecting the quality of life in their community. Through our programs we seek to increase the awareness of the undisputed impact that athletic, education, and career development training programs have on academic and athletic success, as well as overall stability of the communities we serve. A portion of every dollar that POWERHANDZ receives for its products are donated to POWER TO GIVE initiatives with a mission to develop targeted programs that increase a commitment to athletic and academic excellence for youth in underserved communities.
Our programs expose youth to high-quality athletic, education, and career development programming. These services are used to train, educate, and inspire youth in a planned path to education and athletic excellence. Together we will strive to take steps to expand POWER TO GIVE’s reach and influence as the impact on our future leaders is increasing generationally.
NeuroDiscovery Center of North Texas
Knowing first-hand the frustration and anguish families face in trying to find services, NeuroDiscovery Center of North Texas was created to bring all needed services – from diagnosis through education, vocational training and job placement -- under one central hub and to share best practices, research, and curricula. NDC of North Texas provides a community for families and individuals with neurological disabilities to connect, find support, and engage in cutting edge programs and services.
Using inspiration from the Els for Autism Foundation (https://www.elsforautism.org/) the NDC of North Texas has set a 10-year road map to replicate and expand services, research and community offerings for neurodivergent individuals. It is the mission of NDC of North Texas to serve persons with neurodiverse conditions and disabilities through recreation, education, vocational training, research and quality of life activities.