National Investors

We would like to thank the following philanthropic partners for their history of giving to After-School All-Stars. Please note that this list is not inclusive of the many generous partners who directly support us.

CHAIRMAN’S CLUB
New York Life Foundation:
The New York Life Foundation was the first major investor in ASAS’ high school success work, We Are Ready, a middle to high school transition program. With the Foundation’s support, We Are Ready has quadrupled the number of youth served since 2010 and has set thousands of students on the path to high school, college and career success. Beginning in 2014, ASAS and New York Life have significantly expanded our work together. With the support of the New York Life foundation, ASAS will expand to six new cities over three years. Through this campaign—the largest expansion project in ASAS’ history—New York Life will help ensure thousands more at-risk middle school students receive the support and resources they need to realize their potential. Learn more…
BOARD OF REGENTS
FOX Sports Networks:
Since 2010, FOX Sports Networks (FSN) has worked with After-School All-Stars to continue its Sports as a Hook programming with the goal of tackling the childhood obesity crisis by helping kids become more physically active and knowledgeable about healthy eating choices. The following FSN regions are actively involved through media support, volunteerism and field trips for ASAS students: FOX Sports Ohio, Fox Sports South, FOX Sports Florida, FOX Sports San Diego, and FOX Sports Southwest. Learn more…
MetroPCS Communications, Inc.:
The leader in flat-rate, no annual contract and unlimited wireless service, is proud to partner with After-School All-Stars to empower local youth to move forward in school and in life. MetroPCS is committed to building stronger communities and believes that supporting youth – who are tomorrow’s leaders – is the key to building a brighter future. Through this multi-year partnership, MetroPCS will help ASAS expand its youth programming nationwide. Learn more…
Westime:
For more than two decades, Westime has distinguished itself as the ultimate retail destination specializing in extraordinary watches and jewelry. Its three boutiques in Southern California—Beverly Hills, West Hollywood and La Jolla–display the collections of more than 50 watch brands that represent the best of traditional watchmaking as well as the new guard in haute horlogerie. Westime is frequently cited as one of a dozen multi-brand retailers in the world that influences trends in the watchmaking industry. The company is led by Founder John Simonian, and President Greg Simonian. Learn more…
Windsong:
With Windsong’s support of the We Are Ready, CampUs, and Sports as a Hook program in ASAS’ Los Angeles chapter, students at nearly 40 school across Los Angeles county have benefitted from programming that empowers them to take control of their academic careers and personal health. ASAS’ partnership with the Windsong Trust helps ensure that our students feel confident in their ability to graduate from high school, go on to college or join the workforce, and lead healthy, fulfilling lives.
CHANCELLOR’S CLUB
Beats:
Beats believes that the energy, emotion and excitement of musical expression should be an integral component of every individual’s education. Through their partnership with ASAS, Beats demonstrates their desire for all students to have access to musical education by supporting ASAS musical programming network-wide and by donating products so that students are equipped for success. Learn more…
C.S. Mott Foundation:
The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation’s support builds ASAS’ organizational capacity to more effectively serve the broader after-school field. Specifically, the C.S. Mott Foundation’s partnership enables After-School All-Stars to enhance program quality and staff training, best practice sharing, and program evaluation. Learn more…
PROVOST’S CIRCLE
American Honda Foundation:
The American Honda Foundation is partnering with ASAS to bring STEM learning and career exploration to CampUs programs across the country. Together, ASAS and America Honda pursue a shared vision for All-Stars who are passionate about STEM: that they find themselves part of a diverse population of professionals inspiring creative solutions for the world’s intractable problems. Learn more…
Costco:
With Costco Wholesale’s support of the We Are Ready initiative, ASAS is enabled to determine best practices for helping students succeed in the classroom and be prepared for high school. Specifically, Costco’s supports has equipped ASAS to train our We Are Ready staff on program innovation, implementation, partnerships, and evaluation, and connect chapters with resources in their local communities, so that we improve the quality of We Are Ready implementation and, consequently, youth outcomes. Learn more…
Joseph Drown Foundation:
In 2013, ASAS and the Joseph Drown Foundation entered into partnership to enhance program quality for our four national initiatives. Their support makes a powerful difference in our ability to help students make healthy choices, prepare for high school, college, and career and give back to their communities. Learn more…
Juniper Networks:
For the second year, Juniper partners with ASAS to provide STEM CampUs to underserved students in the Bay Area. With Juniper’s support, students envision themselves as tomorrow’s innovators while they explore STEM in the classroom and the workplace. Learn more…
RGK Foundation:
As a national sponsor for the Sports as a Hook program, RGK helps 22,000 All-Stars receive free, daily access to sports, nutrition education, and outdoor exploration opportunities. Learn more…
Southern California Edison:
Edison supports ASAS’ We Are Ready Middle to High School Transition program in Los Angeles. Their partnership helps students who are at risk of dropping out get back on track toward earning their diplomas, going to college, and becoming leaders in their communities. Learn more…
Teza:
With support from Teza, ASAS is hosting CampUs, a career exploration and college immersion camp at the Illinois Institute of Technology for 30 young All-Stars.
ALUMNI