Stars United Global Outreach

A nonprofit organization

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$10,000 Goal

Through our programs and workshops, we teach them life skills, leadership skills, and financial literacy with a keen focus on entrepreneurship. We also provide our students with strong mentors and positive role models. Our goal is to ensure that we create a positive atmosphere that will lead them in the best direction to make sound educational plans and career goals.

Our Needs

Since 2015, Stars United Global Outreach has worked tirelessly to serve underprivileged youth in the Dallas community by delivering education on practical and critical skills that are mobilizing our youth to entrepreneurship, financial literacy, leadership and life skills. Many of our students come from underprivileged and under served schools and communities and we want to be a great resource to help bridge the gap between students graduating from high school and students graduating from college, furthermore bridging the achievement and wealth gap. Our program not only teaches students how to become small business owners but also aids the students from all socioeconomic backgrounds to think outside the box and nurture unconventional talents and skills such as time management, adaptability and conflict resolution.

Your generous donations would help us ensure equal access to opportunities for all children. Many parents and families simply do not have the necessary resources to get their kids where they need to go — and lots of kids are missing out on opportunities that could make a world of difference in their lives.  Equalizing access to programs and activities will increase student involvement and engagement, as well as address what now might be considered de facto discrimination. Currently, there are two key issues related to transportation: (1) students who take school buses do not have transportation for “out-of-school-time” which is often critical to address their educational needs and to engage them in programs (sports, music, art, etc.) which develop positive skills and self-esteem; and (2) students who attend alternative learning centers outside of their home district are not provided transportation. While expensive, providing access to public transportation would increase engagement of high school aged students in programs that are critical for their academic and social success.  Research shows that high-quality afterschool programs improve students’ educational outcomes, school attendance, and social and emotional learning. Additionally research shows that for every child enrolled, three are waiting to get into a program. That equates to roughly 25 million children who are unable to access afterschool programs due to barriers cited as program cost, availability, and transportation or accessibility.   Our goal is to increase our program attendance and completion rate by 30% by providing transportation to and from our programs to students who live and go to school in underserved areas and come from low to income households.  


Stars United Global Outreach works with at risk youth to deliver high impact training by empowering, equipping, and mobilizing them to create social change and break barriers.

Equity Statement

As an organization founded and led by an African American woman, we have the responsibility to advocate for all minorities. Living up to our mission - delivering education on practical and

critical skills that are mobilizing our youth to entrepreneurship and financial literacy- requires that Stars United Global Outreach fully represent the diversity and breadth of the underprivileged children's values and priorities.

Building a Race Equity culture requires intention and effort, so creating meaningful change starts within our own organization. By prioritizing attention to Racial Equity, everyone will benefit

because racial injustice is the most pervasive and entrenched form of injustice permeating the institutions and systems that everyone must access.

To that end, we must treat Racial Equity and inclusion as a cornerstone of our work. That requires intentionality, action, and accountability. Our staff, board members and volunteer leadership must reflect the great diversity of the Dallas community. We must lean into the conversations that deepen our understanding about race, racism, and implicit bias and how it impacts our community and our organization.

We know that our work is not complete until the most marginalized children of our community have achieved equality.

Organization Data


Organization name

Stars United Global Outreach

Tax id (EIN)




Economic/Financial Security/Poverty, Youth & Children, Education - Career Prep

Operating Budget

$100,000 - $249,999

Counties Served


BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Hispanic or Latinx

BIPOC Leadership

Executive Director/CEO

Equity Statement

Equity Statement


PO Box 542213
Grand Prairie, TX 75054