Vision We provide under-served, overlooked, low to moderate income families’ education, support, and services to our children, parents, and individuals in our neighborhood, community, and city to position them for success in their personal, professional, and family lives. .
Mission To promote equity and support, we provide multi-generational comprehensive programs for under-served, overlooked, low to moderate-income families, youth, and Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC), by offering unique and inclusive trainings, food assistance, and family-oriented programs in a workshop format. Additionally, a focus on mentoring/coaching and special events to address critical community issues involving our youth that gets to the root cause of the challenges youth face including school dropout, lack of youth mentoring, gang violence, unemployment, financial education, health and wellness, self-improvement, and positive youth development.
Our mission is accomplished by utilizing community volunteers and partnerships with local and civic service organizations with assistance from our donors. Outreach to engage at-risk youth will be conducted through partnerships with schools, churches, and youth-serving organizations
Executive Board Robert Currie - Chairperson Rev. Clyde D. Talley - President & CEO Sheila King-Goodwin - Treasurer Echo Louissaint - Secretary
Advisory Board Robert Thomas, Program Director for Support Carmen Hicks - Program Director, Health & Wellness Dianne Langford-James - Teen Leadership Academy Founder Anika Romney - Program Director, Homework Center
If you can see yourself helping us to move this mission forward, please contact us today.