Higher Hand Collective is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering at-risk youth through progressive education and comprehensive life assistance. Our primary objective is to bridge the gap and restore equity among youth and families who may not have access to the same opportunities as their peers.
Through our diverse range of programs, we strive to create a supportive and nurturing environment where young individuals can flourish. We firmly believe that education is a powerful tool for transformation and growth. As such, we offer innovative educational initiatives designed to engage and inspire the youth we serve.
In addition to academic enrichment, we understand the importance of addressing the broader needs of the community. Our life assistance programs aim to provide vital support systems for both youth and their families. We collaborate with various community partners to offer mentorship, counseling, and resources that promote holistic well-being.
At Higher Hand Collective, we are driven by a passion to make a lasting impact on the lives of the youth we serve. By providing opportunities and support, we strive to equip them with the skills, knowledge, and confidence necessary to overcome challenges and achieve their full potential.
Join us in our mission to create a brighter future for at-risk youth and foster a more equitable society for all.
What We Do
Higher Hand Collective is dedicated to resolving inequities in underserved communities by focusing on four key areas: STEM designation, health and wellness development, global exploration, and housing.
Our organization works to provide access to quality STEM education, promote physical and mental well-being, facilitate global learning experiences, and address housing disparities. Through targeted programs and initiatives, we aim to empower individuals in underserved communities, create opportunities for growth, and build a more equitable society. By addressing these key areas, Higher Hand Collective strives to make a meaningful and lasting impact in the lives of those we serve.