Future Possibilities: A 2017 Closer Look

Welcome to a world of possibilities . . .

Future Possibilities is GETDOT’s beneficiary for April 2017. The organization provides kids from under-served communities a positive role model (known as “KidCoaches”) to help them develop life skills and accomplish important goals.

And things are looking good!

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“This year, we’ve doubled our numbers going into the program year.  We have twice the number of KidCoaches which results in twice the number of kids impacted by Future Possibilities,” said Daniel Newkirk, FP board member.

“The coaches are truly impacted and positively affected by the relationship they build with a new kid each year and the perspectives that are discovered and developed throughout each year,” he said.

He spoke a little more about his group’s effort.

“We focus on goal setting and the understanding that if these kids set their mind to something, their future possibilities are endless because they can set another goal, and another goal, and another goal,” he said.

Newkirk applauded GETDOT’s involvement.

“GETDOT provides an outstanding avenue for those interested in becoming more involved in our community as well as networking with positive people,” he said.  “Those who have supported Future Possibilities through our GETDOT relationship have become family and we have a great respect for their efforts and contributions.”

And everyone is encouraged to volunteer and help guide the path of a child.

Those interested in becoming a KidCoach should leave Future Possibilities a message on Facebook or apply online at futurepossibilities.org.

Remember, anything is possible.

Chris Alexis
Chris Alexis
Chris Alexis is a writer by nature. By day, he’s a content design specialist at ECOT – Ohio’s first and largest online school. Outside of work, he enjoys volunteering and penning a variety of articles for worthy causes, including GETDOT.