Give Every Child A Chance


Asap Program

The purpose of the ASAP Program is to provide a safe, structured, fun after school program to students in elementary school.

Teach Program

Mentor/tutoring is the matching of a student receiving one or more below average grades with a volunteer.

Health Education

Since 2007, GECAC has incorporated health education as a fundamental piece within all 13 of our After School Advantage Program (ASAP) sites.

Before High School Program

The main purpose of BHS is to provide a safe, educational, structured, and fun before school program to students in High School.

Mission Statement

We believe every child should be given a chance to be successful. We further believe that community volunteers; working as academic mentors and tutors, together with the school districts will provide assistance to children struggling in school the opportunity to improve academically and become successful lifelong learners. It is our mission to give every child a chance!

Volunteer Statement

A student that is challenged in school will be challenged in life.  By volunteering to mentor/tutor a child to read, write, and learn you can discover your power with just one hour.  Volunteer and change a life. Your Time – Their Future!

Asap Participants

Teach Participants


Upcoming Events

Give Every Child A Chance is recognized as a premier youth-serving organization that is dedicated to the growth and development of our young people.

January - March
Closed January 1st – Happy New Year
Board of Directors Meeting
Martin Luther King Day – Programs Closed / Office Open
GECAC  (High School) Scholarship Applications Available


Happy Valentine’s Day
Health Career Forum
Presidents Day – Programs and Office Closed
Antone E. Raymus Annual Bowl-A-Thon Fundraiser


Board of Directors Meeting

April - June
High School Scholarship Applications Due & Announced
Easter – Check holiday schedule for open and closed dates
Volunteer Recognition Dinner

Board of Directors Meeting
Cinco de Mayo
Memorial Day – Programs and Office Closed

Sites close for summer – Summer program starts

July - September

July 4th Holiday – Programs and Office Closed
Staff Training – 2nd week in July
Board of Directors meeting

After School Advantage Program and Tutoring sites open
Back to School Nights
Tip a Firefighter Night

Board of Directors Meeting
Back to School Nights
Red, White & Brew – Wine and Beerfest
Labor Day (Programs and Office Closed)

October - December
BEST Teen Summit
Have a safe and Happy Halloween

Board of Directors Meeting
Veterans Day – Programs and Office Closed
Thanksgiving – Programs and Office Closed

Merry Christmas
Programs closed during Christmas vacation
Office closed December 24th,  25th& 31st

Vision Statement

Give Every Child A Chance will be recognized as a premier youth-serving organization that is dedicated to the growth and development of our young people.  We are committed to delivering superior, responsive programs that are supported by dedicated volunteers, staff and our Board of Directors.
As an organization:

  • We will build a stronger foundation with strong executive leadership, motivated staff and dedicated members of the board of directors.

  • We will engage networks and welcome partnerships that open new doors and opportunities to our youth.

  • Create a unified, passionate voice that is influential and captures the attention of all.

  • We will honor and recognize volunteers who offer positive and memorable experiences to our young people.

  • Our presence will be visible in communities and be held in the highest regard.

  • We will continue our efforts to reach and serve youth who need us most.  We believe all youth can learn and grow academically, socially and emotionally in order to achieve at their highest potential.

Independent Research and Evaluation

San Joaquin Community Data Co-Op is an independent research and evaluation organization commissioned by Give Every Child A Chance (GECAC) to evaluate program performance.  Research findings indicate that GECAC is producing outcomes for children and youth consistent with programs regarded as “best practice” within the after school education field. 

 Campbell J. Bullock M.A., Executive Director