Purpose: We’ve set out on a mission to inspire and enable and inspire people to live a healthy and sustainable life especially; those in need to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.
About Us: The foundation is consist of youth advocates, mentors, training professionals from several fields that cares about students, victims, safe communities; and committed to address, negative relationship, violence, racism, poverty and educational inequality, and to keep youths safe from drugs and crime through awareness and citizen action.
We are a non-profit organization, committed to do what is best for children, youth and their families.
We are not affiliated, or endorse any political party, and do not discriminate based on ones nationality, race, sex, religious belief, sexual orientation, or political ideology.
We designed our purpose to give today’s youths positive options for extraordinary opportunities, thereby, allowing students to dream and meet their goals.
We believe that, sustainable is key to their community success through good-governance to cut the gap between the haves vs. have-nots.
We are supporting academic programs for student that will lead to enhanced learning and an overall opportunity to succeed to create a more just, prudent and peaceful world.
History: Our history came from years of advocacy work, conducting workshops on public safety, traveling and meeting people globally.
We are simply giving back and committed to supporting one another in practicing the quality of connection we want for ourselves and for all students.
Our Vision: The Foundation focuses on economically disadvantaged children struggles so that they may attend schools which best address their academic, social, physical, and/or spiritual needs to reach their highest potential.
We saw an important need especially in the Caribbean region, and other poor and developing countries.
The young students we work with are talented and creative, but are often overlooked.
We also promote diversity training to reinforce differences, how to relate to people of different culture on how to creatively engage students in identifying emotions around stressful situations, identifying students who have suffered abuse and at high-risk for joining a gang.
Our aspiration is in the areas of educational awareness and empowerment to galvanize young people out of poverty, violence, and crime.
We often receive and highlight compelling stories in our blogs and commentaries. Sometimes we can help, other times we cannot. However, we have assembled the best to work with all ages and background of students and educators.
Our Approach: Providing educational awareness on several issues to students and practitioners from every socioeconomic background. We conduct social groups through constructive activities that help them successfully navigate the transition into adulthood.
We are utilizing our knowledge and skills and working closely with school leaders and their communities to tackle victims’ issues, sexual violence/ exploitation, domestic violence, gang activities, bullying and other school and public safety issues.
We’re building community relationships, that focuses on how children are impacted and ways parents, educators can promote resiliency in children; including drugs/alcohol and mental health illness and stopping violence against children especially young girls.
What makes schools safe and what makes them violent are a few questions we tackle to promote public safety.
Our Impact: Through your donations, we are offering students tools to succeed and reach their full potential. This is to fulfill their dreams in building our collective future. We offer support to children who have lost a family member in the line-of-duty.
Our Humanity: Scholars have noted that the centrality of education; especially for women is essential to a better global economy, and the foundation has adopted this finding
The number of primary-school aged girls not in school has increased in several poor and developing countries. It is about 18 million world-wide according a United Nation report.
“Violence” is an everyday threat, and the most urgent issue for millions of the poorest people.” We are working with local leaders through awareness to find and stop the “Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking of Children. It is an ongoing issue in several communities:
See link (1) Sexual Exploitation
Our Commitment: We know that what we have created can still be a powerful force, with or without the walls of an office building.
We recognize how far we have come as an organization in over ten years, and what are the challenges. We are aware that poverty and violence will not end overnight.
Every part you play enables us to continue to work responsibly in changing the lives of less-fortunate students to become productive citizens in their respective communities.
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