Project Morry is a nationally recognized, youth development organization that empowers youth from at-risk, economically challenged communities to envision a positive future. The program features:
Academic enrichment programs during the school year, anchored by a superb character-building summer residential camp experience.
One-on-one mentoring, and emotional support, giving our youth, ages 9-18, the skills and confidence with which to pursue their vision, and achieve their life long goals.
A 9 year commitment to each child, free of charge.
An award-winning program that includes sequenced, age appropriate curriculum allowing for a seamless flow of learning and growth across the 9 year program
Each child benefits from a network of support and gains increased social skills, enhanced self-esteem, positive core values and a greater sense of personal responsibility.
Asa Gayle was a Project Morry Camper from 2001-2009, making him a part of the "Explorers" group. Asa is now a sophomore at Florida A&M University, majoring in Music Education. He is a proud member of the FAMU Marching "100", Trumpet Ensemble, and Symphonic Band.