WHO WE ARE
Catch The Vision Inc is an all volunteer 501©3 nonprofit organization. CTV was founded by JD Hill, a former NFL player. CTV has served communities locally throughout the Valley for over twenty five year and has partnership with the NFL Cardinals, The NFL Alumni, and The NFL Retired Players Association, The Phoenix Dream Center, AIM (Athletes International Ministry), The Boys and Girls Clubs of Phoenix, KEYS Community Center, The Salvation Army, PFA Little League, All About Kids Group Homes and The Angel Tree to name a few.
PROS FOR YOUTH
The Pros For Youth program uses coaching, teaching and counseling methods through the powerful influence of professional athletes and other successful professionals to encourage, and motivate young people though school assemblies, football camps, one on one mentoring programs, volunteer experiences, and coaching opportunities. We encourage, by word and example the importance of developing character, by making right choices and recognizing the harmful effects of drugs, alcohol, gang activity and promiscuity. Catch The Vision provides experiences and services for over 5000 young people every year.
FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS AND BACK 2 SCHOOL
This program in partnership with ASU school of nursing and TOPS conducts heath rallies that provide free physicals to area athletes and workshops to students and parents informing them about the harmful effects of steroids, and other street and prescription drugs. Since 2008 CTV’s Friday Night Lights and Back 2 School have reached over 2000 young people, parents, and coaches.
UNTO THE LEAST OF THESE
Catch The Vision is a sponsor of Unto The Least of These, a homeless feeding program, and provides meals to hundreds of homeless people throughout the Valley in partnership with Safeway Inc, Shamrock Foods, Hickman Farm Eggs, and The Phoenix Dream Center.
For the past three years CTV has supported two local indigent Valley churches, families of recovering residents, and a small Navajo community by proving food, clothes, toys and other gifts for over 600 people throughout the holiday season.
CTV supports the work and mission of The Phoenix Dream Center to provide transition housing and life skill training to homeless, chemically dependent people by supporting their recovery and helping to develop their potential to become productive and dignified participants in our communities.