We have always been committed to ensuring that the holiday season is always memorable and enjoyable for the children in our community. We want every child to know that someone cares about them, and we want them to succeed.
All of our events promote diversity and inclusion. One of our goals is to teach the next generation of leaders that they can only be effective and fair leaders if they see everyone in their community as equal human beings.
One of the reasons we were inspired to work with the youth in our community is that we have witnessed that our school systems can not do this alone. Many children require extra attention that the 7-hour school day doesn’t allow for; therefore, they need additional resources outside of the classroom to help ensure they don’t fall behind and have equal access to quality education.
We strive to listen to the concerns of everyone we come across. To effectively serve the youth in our community, we know that it’s essential to know what issues/challenges they face. By lending an open ear, we learn more about individuals and can begin taking steps to help them build a productive future.
Budgeting, saving, and investing are issues that many Americans struggle with. It’s difficult for many people to envision a future where everyone has financial security, but we should change how we think about our finances. That starts with teaching our youth financial literacy before they have to manage their finances.