DESTINY ACADEMY EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Destiny Academy is a CCMS-approved childcare facility serving children ages 0-5 through a partnership with the Arlington Independent School District. Our programs are designed to help children reach their fullest potential.
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
DEE Inc. headquarters, The Destiny Center, serves as a host site for National Night Out, an annual community-building campaign held in October that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make area neighborhoods safer, better places to live. DEE Inc. partners in conjunction with the Arlington Police Department to sponsor this event.
DESTINY PERFORMING ARTS CONSERVATORY
The Destiny Performing Arts Conservatory provides cultural and artistic programs such as choral group performances, dancing, spoken word, mime, video/photography and musical instrument instruction for children and youth
XTREME YOUTH CONFERENCE AND BACK-2-SCHOOL BASH
DEE, Inc.'s annual Xtreme Youth Conference and Back to School Bash is held each August for school-aged children and youth. Familes are invited to attend free workshops, participate in a variety of panel discussions, enjoy free concert performances from local artists and receive free school supplies, haircuts, immunizations and wellness check-ups.
DESTINY CENTER GYM
Each weekend DEE, INC. opens its doors to the community by hosting free recreational programs such as basketball and martial arts/self defense. The 10,000 sq. ft. gymnasium is complete with a fully functioning kitchen and bleachers, and regularly serves as the host site for various athletic events and training camps.This multi-purpose gymnasium also features a performing arts/dance studio and additional rooms that can be used for breakout sessions or classrooms.
DESTINY FOOD PROGRAM
DEE Inc. is recognized as an approved program sponsor for the Texas Department of Agriculture’s Child and Adult Food Progam (CACFP) and the USDA Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). Both programs have allowed DEE Inc. to provide nutritious meals in a safe environment for children and youth ages 17 and younger in low-income areas throughout Tarrant County since 2012