Nonprofit Profile: All Things Are Possible Foundation, empowering youth by broadening their experiences

In brief

Location: 611 Beverly-Rancocas Road, Willingboro
Serving: Willingboro Township and Burlington County
Key leaders: Tiffani Worthy, co-founder, board chairperson, CEO; Carlos Worthy, co-founder, chief operating officer


Carlos and Tiffani Worthy founded the ATAP Foundation in Bowie, Maryland, in 2007 in response to a critical need to develop youth and equip them to become productive leaders. Through any ATAP experience, participants are uplifted and empowered to attain greatness. The Worthys’ commitment to empowering children and building communities culminated into bringing ATAP Foundation to life in Burlington County in 2012. Team Worthy believes All Things Are Possible. ATAP is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.


  • Strengthen partnerships with businesses to expose youth to more professionals in various science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics career fields;
  • Implement a residential program for high school students to explore STEAM on a college campus for four weeks during summer break; 
  • Attract greater funding from businesses to further support ATAP’s mission;  
  • Expand partnerships with local school districts to deliver programming and complement student learning.


  • Purchasing a building to dedicate to the performing arts; 
  • Grant awards to expand our services and programs, particularly the EcoWarriors program funded by Flyers Charities to teach youth about sustainability and environmental science;
  • Launched a Teen Wellness program to build resilience and enhance teen mental health; 
  • Launched the Arts Project to provide more access and opportunities to the arts; 
  • Visit from U.S. Sen. Cory Booker;
  • Free Philadelphia Flyers game at Wells Fargo Center with ATAP families to expose them to hockey;
  • Pivoting during COVID-19 to respond to community needs and to further support ATAP families;
  • Awarding over $10,000 in scholarships. 


Our mission is to empower youth and enhance our community through academics, athletics, awareness and arts. Our goal is to help students discover what’s possible for them to achieve by broadening their knowledge and experiences beyond the borders of their own community. We create fun learning experiences that prepare them to succeed as strong, resilient, capable adults. 


ATAP holds a number of fundraising events throughout the year. Our biggest is the Annual ATAP Community Service Awards & Kwanzaa Gala. Each year, we invite the community to join us as we celebrate Kwanzaa and honor local citizens and organizations who support our mission. Proceeds from this fundraiser create scholarships for ATAP students. We also solicit donations and apply for grants.


We serve 400 children annually with out-of-school-time programs, including before- and after-school care, summer empowerment experience, STEAM workshops and other academic and cultural enrichment programs for K-8 and teens. 

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For more information, please contact Tiffani Worthy, CEO, at, 609-543-9209, or go to: