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Transforming Lives - One Family at a Time

Each Village of Promise family works with our family advancement team to develop an “individualized family advancement plan”

to address four key areas of their lives

- geared toward what they need and envision -

to move out of poverty and reach goals: 

  • Education

  • Social and Emotional Growth

  • Physical Health & Wellness

  • Professional Development



VoP provides programs and a support system that empowers each family as they strive to reach their goals, advance out of poverty and give back to the Huntsville community. Village of Promise offers Promise Preparatory Programs (early childhood education) and Promise Institute Programs (adult education) 

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Promise Prepartory programs are our youth development tools that cover infants six weeks old to collegiate scholars.


Early Childhood

  • Infant (6 weeks - 18 months)

  • Toddler 1 (18 months - 2.5 years) 

  • Toddler 2 (2.5 Years - 4 Years)2

  • Pre-K 4 (two classes)

Freedom School

A 6-week summer program that uses the CDF Integrated Reading Curriculum (IRC) which provides culturally relevant books and hands-on enrichment activities.




Middle School & High School Success

A mentoring program that provides enrichment, tutoring and leadership skills.

Collegiate Success
A one-on-one mentoring program for first-generation college students. Each student is paired with a mentor who provides curriculum counseling, career counseling, and interview training. Scholarship/stipend provided.


Promise Institute programs are designed for adults of any age to work toward family and/or educational goals.

Infant University

An eight class course that covers infant, child, and mother health care, immunizations, safety, health hazards, and other subjects for parents/expectant parents of children ages 0 to 4.

Family Connections

A two-generational family literacy program which promotes strengthening the family unit through Parent Time Workshops, Parent and Child Time Together (PACT), Family Mentoring, and Family Service Learning Components.

Next Steps

Provides instruction and coursework for non-high school degreed adults preparing to take the General Equivalency Diploma (GED) exam, English as Second Language, Adult Literacy, and Work Force Development.

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