Please Help Jacqueline Raise Funds For

ELevate Your G.A.M.E.

"My goal is to raise $3,000 for this great mentoring program (between now and October 19th).  I ask you to consider giving $50, $100, $200 or more." (Jacqueline Garcia) 

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“I was in Elevate Your Game for all 4 years of High School. That experience changed my life. Elevate Your Game was not just an after school program to me, but a safe space that motivated everyone to dream big. They taught us about integrity, accountability, respect, and kindness. They taught us about the power of community by modeling that every single week. Through their mentorship program, they equipped us with tools to navigate life and deal with difficult challenges. They encouraged us to excel in academics and provided professional opportunities, like yearly summer internships. Elevate Your Game inspired me to look beyond what I thought was possible, given the environment that I was in and all of the seemingly impossible challenges I had stacked up against me. I’m so honored and grateful to be able to say that I was in Elevate Your Game. I’m inspired and shaped by this program to this day. I hope you can help me give back because Elevate Your Game is truly amazing.” (Jacqueline Garcia)

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Mercedes Ramirez - “I was a mentee of this wonderful mentoring program. I started in this mentoring program my sophomore year until my senior year, thanks to the advice of one of my closest friends. When I joined, three of my friends joined the program as well. Throughout these three years, I was able to improve my grades, define my career goals, and gain invaluable networking skills. As a result, I became my class valedictorian with the highest GPA.”  (Mercedes earned her bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Engineering from UC Merced.)

David James - "Mr. Polidore was my mentor (at Elevate Your G.A.M.E.).  He always called me King David. I can remember so many great conversations with him on life and his business, so well. But the most lasting memory is from graduation day, when he looked deep into my eyes while gripping my hand firmly, and said he was proud of me for finishing. He assured me this was not the end but the beginning of something new. He encouraged me to keep looking forward."