Tampa Bay

Tampa Bay

About Our Chapter


After-School All-Stars provides free, comprehensive, year-round out of school time programs that keep students safe and help them succeed in school and in life. We want our All-Stars to be safe and healthy, graduate high school and college, find careers they love, and give back to their communities. Along with our school partners, we provide opportunities for students to develop skills, knowledge, healthy relationships, and positive habits needed to be successful in school and beyond!

Summer Registration

Want an opportunity to take charge of your child’s future? Give them a summer filled with learning and fun!

Your child will develop their artistic ability, take field trips, play sports and games, and participate in other fun activities while working on math, reading, and writing skills to help them succeed in the next grade and beyond.

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2024 CORNHOLE challenge!


After-School All-Stars closes the academic opportunity gap for students in low-income communities and schools. Through high-quality staff, including Florida-certified teachers and experienced program staff, we offer transformative programs where students can develop the skills, knowledge, and habits needed to succeed.


Provide comprehensive after-school programs that keep children safe and help them succeed in school and in life.

Join Us at the Centre Club!

For a $20 minimum donation, you receive:
  • 1 drink ticket
  • light hors d’oeuvres
  • networking opportunities
  • 1 entry into a raffle for a lunch for two at the Centre Club
  • More about our chapter

    After-School All-Stars Tampa Bay offers a holistic approach to extended learning and helps youth develop the necessary skills to take on opportunities and challenges to succeed in school and life. Our All-Stars participate in classes and activities that develop their skills, build their desire for mastery, and increase their levels of engagement.


    Summer registration is now open!

    Joe Mangione, Executive Director 

    Clay Mathews, Board Chair

    Lauren Raines, Vice Board Chair

    After-School All-Stars Tampa Bay
    301 W. Platt St. Suite #689
    Tampa, FL 33606


    Phone: (813) 610-6916

    Our Reach:

    5 Schools
    544 Students

    98% Qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch Program


    64% Black / African American

    24% Hispanic / Latino/a/e

    9% Caucasian / White

    2% Asian / Asian American

    1% Other Ethnicity

    Special thanks to the Children’s Board of Hillsborough County. With their support, our students and teachers at New Springs Charter received project-based learning kits that help keep learning fun!


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    86%  Government

    5% Event

    4% Foundation

    2% Individual

    2% Corporate

    1% Other


    83% Program

    9% Administration

    8% Fundraising

    Above: All-Star students ask high-ranking women professionals about how they got started in the sports industry.

    featured story: There’s NO “PAY-TO-PLAY” at ASAS

    For dozens of students at Memorial Middle School, the end of the regular school day is the beginning of an extended stay on campus. The school is one of 700+ sites across the US hosted by After-School All­-Stars, a nonprofit that provides at-risk students with free, comprehensive programs like academic support and sports and enrich­ment activities.



    Joe  Mangione, Executive Director
    After-School All-Stars Tampa Bay 

    Joe  is the Executive Director of the Tampa Bay chapter of After-School All-Stars. ASAS provides academic and enrichment programs to children in local middle schools in the Tampa Bay area. Partnering with the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County Schools, and local community leaders to provide a safe educational environment for our youth. 

    Joe  also worked for the Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA for 25 years as a Program Director, Executive Director, and Vice President. He started his career at Child Care Services Branch and quickly moved up to oversee large facilities and program operations in Hillsborough and Pasco Counties. Joe  was also the Vice President of Risk Management and Property for the Tampa YMCA. He oversaw the risk management and insurance program for the Tampa YMCA, which includes the administration of risk management policies, claims, litigation management, training, auditing and large capital improvement projects.

    Joe  is a graduate of Florida State University with a bachelor’s degree in social sciences. He has been married to his wife, Melanie, for 15 years, and they have two teenage daughters.  

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