Our mission is to mentor teenaged youth in academic achievement, life skill development and career planning to succeed in school and beyond.
Awarded by MENTOR, our national afficiliate, this badge signifies that All THAT is committed to meeting quality standards for mentoring that are safe and effective and follows nationally recognized best practices to support quality youth mentoring relationships.
We envision our teens graduating from high school, prepared for 21st Century Careers, living healthy lives and hopeful about their future.
Danella Hicks, Founder and Executive Director
As a Certified Public Accountant, I experienced a very successful financial career and held leadership positions in a variety of industries: a hospital, School Corporation, wastewater treatment plant, Fortune 500 public utility and finally, one of the tenth largest non-profits in the City of Columbus. I served in the United States Army for four years; raised eleven children (two biological, three from my marriage and six of my cousins who I relocated to Columbus, OH from Detroit, MI . Through it all, I have mentored hundreds of teenagers and helped them successfully navigate the hurdles of life.
In February 2009, I fulfilled my life’s dream and founded All THAT – Teens Hopeful About Tomorrow, Inc. a non-profit after school and summer mentoring program. My mission is to mentor teenagers – supplying them with the skills and support they need to survive in today’s society; preparing them for a life of purpose, and assisting them in breaking the cycle of hopelessness, which often surrounds them on a daily basis.
All THAT began serving four students in 2010. Since that time, the program has flourished and now serves more than 400 teens in its on-site, after-school and summer programs. Participants include students who attend Independence, Walnut Ridge and Whitehall Yearling High Schools, as well as teens at the Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center.
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