The Trevor Williams Kids Foundation offers a series of programs known as “Zones.” These Zones are aimed at improving the lives of youth through the teaching of life skills. They feature a variety of hands-on instruction and activities, all of which serve to underscore the importance of health, well-being and education. Run by a team of dedicated and specialized supervisors, youth receive the attention and support that they often lack at school or at home.
These programs integrate youth from a variety of social, economic and cultural backgrounds – part of our mission is to foster cooperation and diversity between youth. Our teaching methods are based on years of proven hands-on work with underprivileged youngsters. Our holistic approach addresses the physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual needs of each individual youth who participates in our programs. The “Zone” system largely operates through the “each-one-teach-one” approach – past participants are encouraged to pass on the skills they have learned and applied to their own lives. Many of the instructors serve as role models to youth, and relate to them on a personal level.