Sponsor a Program

There are many ways to get involved with our mission of providing a better community and environment for the community and people we serve. Join us in providing great opportunities for our youth and community members. In addition to monetary donations, we will accept supplies for our various programs.

If there is a specific program you'd like to sponsor and support through in-kind donations, such as tents, school supplies, food, sleeping bags, etc., please click on the specific program.

 

Community & School

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Our children are the future community leaders and we want to ensure they have all the tools necessary to succeed in school and in the community. We provide school supplies, after school activities and support many community programs throughout the year. We constantly needs supplies and support to make all these activities a success.

 

Outdoors

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Track 4 (Boys and Girls Summer and Winter Programming 13 – 17 years old)

Officers and volunteers offer extended versions of NBPAMN's school year programming. Officers will focus on encouraging the youths' continuing education, especially in Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Our young participants will engage in activities such as tennis, wilderness canoeing, backpacking/hiking, swimming, and sailing. They will learn geometry, geology, mathematics and more when learning the fundamentals of athletic techniques. They will be encouraged to consider botany, entomology, astronomy, orienteering while engaged in wilderness canoeing, backpacking, and other outdoor activities. This track seeks to prepare youths for post-secondary education or the workforce.

Track 3 (Boys and Girls Summer and Winter Programming 4 to 12 years old)

Officers and volunteers offer extended versions of the experiential learning and development activities compared to school year programming. Participants will select activities such as overnight camping trips and hands-on educational programs that focus on pre-K to 6th-grade level Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Tennis, wilderness canoeing, backpacking/hiking, swimming, and sailing are all offered by officers who will emphasize STEM values in support of total learning. Youths will be exposed to geometry, spatial recognition, mathematics and more as they learn Double Dutch, basketball, football and volleyball techniques. This track seeks to promote summer learning and a seamless re-entry into the academic rigors of the school year.