Water Walkers builds its programming on five interconnected pillars.
So our youth have the necessary resources to maintain their personal hygiene and eat nutritiously.
By offering clinical support to help our children cope with Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
So the kids can strengthen their learning skills and rise to their respective grade levels academically in literacy, math, and science.
Because spending time in nature and overcoming adversity are beneficial to a child’s development (and research shows that people of color are far less likely to engage in nature-based recreational activities).
For older teens consisting of a paid work experience, life-skills workshops, and access to mentors.