11 TM youth have helped 875 people in partnership with 130 volunteer partners from Feb-Sep 2021

WE BUILD COMMUNITY SERVICE LEADERS

Thiebaut (tebow) Method is an East Palo Alto-based nonprofit founded in 2009 that teaches underserved youth in grades 4-8 how to help others in their community. By helping others, youth develop leadership, career, moral, academic, and other life skills. Unique to TM, youth help through Social Good Projects (SGPs), which empower them to become community service leaders by designing and leading service projects based on issues they personally care about.

Social Good Project (SGP) Highlights

Two STEM classes helped 50 children

Soccer clinic helped 50 children

8th grader Cinthya donated 62 skateboards. Read more

6th grader Selene fed 50 unhoused people

5th grader Dana taught an art class to 25 children

6th grader Nathaly beautified a resident's fence. Watch

4th grader Citlaly distributed 100 hygiene kits. Watch

Ways to Engage TM Youth

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Donate

We rely on donations from individuals, foundations, local businesses, corporations and more to offer our Social Good Project (SGP) program to youth.

Please consider helping our youth do social good by donating resources, sponsoring a youth, or making a gift to support our staff in working with youth every week.

If you would like to learn more please email our founder, Paul Thiebaut III. paul@thiebautmethod.org.

Become a Mentor or Volunteer

Youth work with mentors and volunteers to achieve their social good projects (SGP).

Mentors are experts in the areas that relate to the SGP so that youth can develop valuable career skills and aspirations in the process of helping others.

Volunteers work with youth on a weekly basis on other aspects of their projects, such as making donation calls and flyers.

Please email us to learn about being a mentor or volunteer. socialgood@thiebautmethod.org.


Special Shoutout!

Big thank you to Congresswoman Speier for visiting our TM youth and offering to mentor them! Read her letter of recognition