L.E.A.P. Leading & Empowering thru Action Program
Creating & participating in community activities that allow youth to hone in on their talents and skills. So to facilitate the growth in their confidence and ability to be servant leaders.
Youth & Families
Build on your talents by joining us volunteer with local organizations and charities. We provide support whilst learning, gaining those all important skills for later in life, college & work.
Teachers & Schools
Do you have students preparing for college or work but are missing the references from non-for-profits to support life & work skills? We will help you by organizing volunteer opportunities and support through our L.E.A.P programs.
Discover the L.E.A.P. Inc experience
L.E.A.P., Inc. is a non-profit agency providing Diversity & Intercultural Service-Learning programs for elementary, middle and high school youth in the Northeast Houston area and other areas when the need is identified.
The program will form partnerships with local school districts and other non-profit agencies in the areas it will service to foster a commitment to the youth and their families that will promote intercultural pro-social friendships and strong interpersonal skills. These skills will give the youth a sense of individual responsibility to follow through on the path to adulthood with a sense of pride and accomplishment.
Meet our curators
L.E.A.P. is a nonprofit organization created to bring attention to Civic Service volunteering within the communities where we call home. Our goals include partnering with existing organizations to rally our youth and their families to lift up their communities and give a hand up to those that are in need.
We are devoted to serving others and have been involved in a number of community service activities in both Texas and Louisiana where we both have family roots.
The Results Speak for themsleves!
When service and intercultural learning are combined, young people are able to contribute their time and talent from the perspective of their own diverse backgrounds and enrich not only their own lives but also the lives of those with whom they come into contact.
Cooperating with youth from other countries, cultures, regions, or communities of the world can result in dialogue, tolerance, and universal peace.