Please note that due to COVID-19, we have temporarily paused our regular programming.  Below is a list of each of our programs with the respective anticipated launch and/or resume date.



Launching Fall 2022


Research shows that an involved parent is important to any student’s success, however it is especially crucial where homeless education is concerned.  We are excited to announce the launch of our parent mentoring program, Project Parent to Parent (P2P) in the fall of 2022.  The P2P initiative is a network of homeless and formerly homeless parents along with socio-educational professionals, all working together to increase parental engagement and improve outcomes for their children.   


Resuming Fall 2021


"Success isn't how far you got, but the distance you traveled from where you started.”

                                                                                                                              - Steve Prefontaine

The tenet of Prefontaine's quote is at the heart of Project Infinity’s Perks Program (P2), a reward system for students. Participants earn points redeemable for prizes, by self-reporting any positive progression made in the areas of: academic performance, attendance and behavior.  For example, although a grade of “D” is less than satisfactory, under the P2 Program improvement from an “F” to a “D” would be rewarded.  


Resuming Spring 2022

Building self-esteem is the backbone of all of Project Infinity’s programs.  PROPP offers financial assistance to meet the social needs of housing insecure students as well as their parents, by sponsoring participation in school-related events, interests and enrichment activities.  


Financing a student’s extracurricular activities is not a new concept, but PROPP takes the idea a step further, by also designating funds in order to facilitate parental engagement.  Not only will PROPP pay for a student’s field trip, athletic or prom fees, but it would also cover the cost for a parent in transition to chaperone a class field trip, volunteer on the PTA, attend a parent-teacher conference, or go to a school ball game.  


Resuming Fall 2021

Project Infinity believes that in order to realistically support students in transition with their classroom assignments, it takes more than just furnishing them with school supplies, they also need printing access, which is why Project Printout (PPO) was created.  Student’s upload anything school-related that needs to be printed, including any charts, essays, artwork, or reports.  Files are printed then delivered to the student’s school the following academic day.




Resuming Spring 2022


Project Resource Officer (PRO) puts a new spin on an old idea, expanding the scope of the Shop with a Cop Program beyond the holidays.  The fundamental premise of the PRO Program is that this collaboration will build a positive relationship between families in transition and local law enforcement.  Project Infinity’s partnership with law enforcement offers individual supplemental support to housing insecure youths.  Officers accompany PRO participants in shopping for the materials needed for special school projects, such as participating in science fairs or other similar academic activities.