The Good Fight Community Center

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  • Causes
    Basic Needs , Community , Education , Mentoring , Youth Development
  • Who We Are

    The Good Fight was founded in 2016 by Nathaniel Coleman Jr. with just $60 and a dream. That dream became The Good Fight Community Center of today. Our approach is simple, but effective: Love kids. Serve kids. Value kids. All of our programs are created with these foundational values in mind. We seek to create a community in which every kid is wholly loved, supported and valued. A community where every kid has the opportunity to thrive in every way. We provide kids with a safe environment to develop personal goals, discipline, and values free from juvenile delinquency, substance abuse, truancy, crime gang activities, and other difficult challenges. Since true well-being is holistic, we seek to wrap around our kids and address their needs on every level possible: physical, social, emotional, academic and economic, and today we have more than seven original and proprietary programs meeting these needs on a daily basis.
  • What We Do

    Services we provide: Transportation to and from The Good Fight Daily home-cooked meals Youth boxing lessons Art and music workshops Tutoring Math Club Reading Club Numerous academic support and accountability programs Field trips Mentoring Financial assistance Cooking lessons

Company Description

The Good Fight Community Center serves at-risk and disadvantaged youth ages 10-18 in the La Crosse, WI area, providing after-school and summer educational support and enrichment opportunities.