The work of reVision
reVision works to break the cycle of isolation among the most profoundly disconnected youth, most of whom are caught up in the juvenile justice system.
By connecting one kid at a time to caring adults, positive peers and a program that works, we offer disconnected youth the opportunity to revision hopeful pathways.
Everyone is transformed in this work: kids, mentors, and communities. Learn more by clicking here.
You’re invited to the 6th Annual Radical Revisionaries Luncheon on Tuesday, April 30th at the Junior League of Houston. Details and tickets are available online here.
We are collecting full or travel size hygiene items for youth on probation and youth transitioning out of detention facilities that face financial and other challenges to meeting basic needs. For more information click here.
REVISION FC FEATURED IN NPR’S ‘HERE AND NOW’ PROGRAM
On January 1, 2019 Here & Now's Robin Young talked with reVision FC players Francois and Iluta and coach Charles Rotramel about the team. Listen to the interview by clicking on the link or download the file here.
REVISION FC MAKES NATIONAL HEADLINES IN USA TODAY
The reVision soccer team was prominently featured in the USA Today. The article “As U.S. cuts refugee numbers, African teens find brotherhood on a Texas soccer team” is a moving piece about the team coming together to triumph over their shared struggles. Click here to read it online or download a .pdf here.
REVISION FC PLAYERS START COLLEGE THIS FALL
We're so excited to announce that six of our graduating seniors have succesfully relocated to State Fair Community College in Sedalia, MO on full soccer scholarships! Read about their 'remarkable journey' and the potential for reVision's soccer program to create a pipeline to college in the local newspaper here.
Click here to make a donation to help cover the costs of their meal plans and books.
REVISION FC VIDEO BY DICK'S SPORTING GOODS
Thank you to Dick's Sporting Goods for producing a wonderful video about the reVision FC team and for a grant of $120,000 to support the 2018 season. Watch the video here.