Community-based programs will provide an ideal environment to nurture social skills and confidence is vital. It teaches children and youth the value of working as a team to achieve a mutual goal. Similarly, engaging with new people in a productive environment helps to strengthen independence, build a sense of their character, and even develop crucial leadership skills. Community-based programs offer a safe environment where children can grow and thrive when parents are working and unable to be home when their child gets out of school. It could help remove the temptation to sit in front of a television and reduce static time glued to a smartphone. Clubs associated with specific cultural backgrounds or faiths can give children a community of peers, which can be particularly beneficial for students from like backgrounds. Also, kids can interact with people different from themselves, expanding their worldviews. If the event is successful, we will look into doing this community-based financial assistants program for years to come.