We are a community-based nonprofit organization focused on providing nature education and wilderness adventures for underrepresented youth. According to Alief ISD, "Virtually every culture of the modern world is represented in the district's 45,000 student enrollment; more than 80 languages and dialects are spoken," among its students. Minorities represent 96% of the student population. The schools are also Title I, where the majority of students receive free or reduced lunch. The purpose of Rewild the Child Foundation is to take these students on an adventure that they have never experienced which will create an awareness of life beyond the kids' neighborhoods and instill in them a deep appreciation for nature and conservation, through activities such as: camping, fishing, environmental education, archery, outdoor cooking, mountain biking, canoeing, species identification, and hiking.