“Mission Possible 360 empowers at-risk young people in the San Antonio area to make life choices that positively impact their present behaviors and future direction through trauma-informed programs, individual counseling, community-based mentoring, job-readiness training and faith sharing. MP360 aims help those in its care to break the cycle of abuse and poverty, improve school attendance and performance, avoid incarceration, heal brokenness in themselves, their families and other relationships, successfully enter the work force, and become positive influences in the lives of others. In working to reduce abuse and family violence, MP360 instructs, guides and mentors the perpetrators and batterers to also change their ways and become better men.”
This underlying and fundamental statement of purpose helps our clients, supporters and government agencies better understand why we exist, who and where we serve, what is most important for us to do, and how we measure results.
Just as we help our young clients to chart a better course for their future, we also work on strategic planning so we can better execute on our mission and move forward. We are not satisfied with the status quo but instead seek to reach out even further to those in need around us and help change lives… the lives of the young people who come to us, their families, our volunteers, our supporters, our partners and other members of our local community. To do this, we constantly imagine our future and envision the road and mileposts that will get us there.
Our Motto is “Reaching Teaching Sending”. This is the core of MP360, its very mission. Outreach comes first, them teaching those juveniles through the MP360 programs and personal involvement, and then sending the juveniles back into the community to be forces for good. Visit “Our Motto” page for more info.
Mission Possible 360 was incorporated in the State of Texas in 2013 and was approved by the IRS on February 22, 2013 as a 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit organization. However, the founder of MP360, John Vacca, had been working for several years before that time to develop programs and solutions to the poverty, abuse and violence problems facing local youth and their families. Learn more at “Our Founder” page.
The founder, staff and volunteers of MP360 are devoted to Judeo-Christian principles in their work at MP360 and in their daily lives. We expect high standards for ourselves and place high positive expectations on our young clients. We will strive to be good examples in our community and demonstrate honesty, integrity, compassion, humility and faithfulness.