Prosperity Community Outreach, Inc.

Empowering today's youth to become tomorrow success stories


Prosperity Community Outreach is a tax-exempt entity under section 501(c)(3) of the International Revenue Code.


Our Mission

PCO is designed to empower the youth to become responsible and productive members of their families and community.

The Greenspoint Area is one of Houston’s more economically distressed neighborhoods and is greatly affected by the urban problems of gang violence, drug abuse, high teen pregnancy rates, school dropout and crime. PCO attempts to help participants redirect their energies into positive goals for the future rather than falling into the destructive path taken by many youth. They are taught to value education, delay gratification, view life as sacred and set responsible priorities. Our clients acquire social and leadership skills through role models, mentoring techniques, academic support. In addition, they learn the importance of respect and communication in their relationships with others.


Tynika Brown,


 Prosperity Community Outreach, Inc. (PCO) was founded in 2007. It was established in response to the students failing to complete high school, the lack of enrollment into secondary education.

Initially located in their home, PCO expanded in 2009 and now offers multiple programs throughout the year. With its central office located inside of His Image Covenant Church, the program regularly serves approximately 150 African-American and Latino youth between the ages of 5-19.

PCO provides Greenspoint residents with more than 10 support services including: agency referrals; educational workshops; academic tutorial services; peer leadership development; recreational activities; and community service projects

Prosperity Community Outreach, Inc

We offer a wide range of outreach services to the youth of Houston.

* The Bridge from High School to College

* Summer Enrichment Programs       * Mentoring       * GED

* Adults Continuing Education       * Much More

Summer Enrichment Program

We are geared to helping the youth Ages 5-12 of North Houston to have a fun, safe, and educational summer.

We are not a daycare but we have set up a summer day camp program that your children will enjoy and parents will love. Because we keep the children’s minds working all summer long and prepare them for the next school year, all while having fun.  There are weekly fieldtrips and meals which are included at no extra cost to you. Here is a brief look at our weekly curriculum.

Monday:  Creative Enrichment Day

-Arts, Crafts, Praise Dance, Theater


Tuesday: Self-Esteem Day

-Strategies to address self-esteem and bullying


 Wednesday: Educational Enrichment Day

-TAKS Drills, Math Refresher Time, Reading Skills, Spelling Bees


 Thursday: Educational Outing Day

-A different museum every week


Friday:  Fun day

-A fulfilled field trip

PCO is empowering the youth of today to become the success stories of tomorrow.


 Texas CACFP Sponsor


 The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) is a federal program that provides reimbursements for nutritious meals and snacks to eligible children and adults who are enrolled for care at participating child care centers, day care homes, and adult day care centers. CACFP also provides reimbursements for meals served to children and youth participating in afterschool care programs, children residing in emergency shelters, and adults over the age of 60 or living with a disability and enrolled in day care facilities. CACFP contributes to the wellness, healthy growth, and development of young children and adults in the United States.








  • "I would love to thank PCO for the time they took with me and helpfully getting me situated in college. Without the help of the processing of my financial aid, that PCO helped me..."
    Dominique Jones
    Satisfied student
  • "Thanks PCO, for helping me get started, at my age, I did not know where too begin until I contact PCO.....Mrs. Mingo sat and explain too me POINT A too POINT B......all of my pa..."
    Charita Lott
    An Ole Schooler Trying too get in School