Get to Know Us
Who We Are
Welcome to Success Together! We're a 501c3 non-profit based in Fresno, CA, passionately dedicated to empowering and supporting parents across California's Central Valley since our founding in January 2020. Our leadership team is a blend of experts in K-12 education, counseling, child development, and curriculum design, all working with one goal in mind: to make a real difference in the lives of families.
Our journey is guided by a fantastic volunteer board, including local educators, school administrators, and community organization leaders. And let's not forget our incredible 40 part-time, multilingual staff members, who fill roles from class facilitators and childcare leaders to graphic designers and grant coordinators.
What drives us? It's our commitment to continually develop and provide new, evidence-based classes for parents, always keeping in tune with what families and the community really need.
What We Believe
Parenting is quite the journey — it's rewarding, challenging, and, let's face it, there's no handbook for it. That's where Success Together comes in. We're here to offer that friendly space where parents and caregivers can gain insights, build their parenting toolkit, and connect with others facing similar experiences.
From helping you navigate your child's education in these changing times, to addressing emotional wellness, practicing self-care, or even discussing concerns like teenage vaping, we've got your back. We're firm believers that when parents are supported, they create loving, stable homes, leading to a brighter future for their children and eventually - everyone!
How to Get Involved
If you're a parent or caregiver of children in grades K-12, we'd love to see you in one of our classes! We're constantly collaborating with schools and districts throughout the Valley, and we're always adding new schools to our list. Interested in bringing Success Together to your child's school? Share our website with your school administrators and let them know about your interest in our classes. Together, we can make a meaningful impact in our community.