Welcome to The Noble Path Foundation
The Noble Path Foundation is a 501(c)(3) located in San Clemente, CA, dedicated to helping the youth of our communities reach their highest potential via healthy nutrition and lifestyle choices, safe and fun social activities, and motivational mentoring.
Advocacy, Inspiration & Mentorship
Nourish to Flourish
Fitness & Nutrition
Young people and their families in our Nourish to Flourish program are referred to us by pediatricians, school administrators, teachers, counselors, family therapists, and other organizations working with children who need help and guidance with fitness and nutrition.
Fun Activities Indoors and Out
To complement our Nourish to Flourish curriculum and the AIM High series, we offer healthy, fun and safe activities that participants of both programs can experience and enjoy. Whether it’s yoga classes on Wellness Wednesdays, TGIF Friday events like karaoke, gaming or movie nights, or outdoor sports like cycling, hiking, tennis or fishing, there are plenty of exciting fitness and social opportunities with both mentors and peers.
The mission of The Noble Path Foundation is to ensure a healthy future for our children by raising healthy children to inhabit our world.
Our Nourish to Flourish and AIM High programs are designed to help young people reach their highest potential by educating them on the importance of what they eat, how they move, and with whom they interact.
We offer fun and engaging social events in a safe and comforting environment; encourage creativity and leadership skills via workshops and mentorship; and promote outdoor sports and activities with community partners to broaden interests and cultivate wholesome habits.
Our goal is to provide a total wellness approach to offset the many challenges the youth of our communities face each day. We strive to put them on a path towards a brighter future and better health.
THE BURDEN OF CHRONIC DISEASE The United States is facing a growing healthcare crisis, driven by a tsunami wave of chronic disease. These non-communicable, often long-term illnesses feature our leading killers –heart disease and