Youth who experience risk factors of poverty, drop-out rates, teen pregnancy, or drug/alcohol use that threaten their safety and healthy development.
Families, seniors, and veterans who go hungry, are homeless, live in motels/share living space with multiple families, or have escaped domestic violence. They are a key factor for at-risk kids.
Intentionally extending compassion by partnering with the city to meet the needs of our own local community.
Helping to fill the resource gap of teachers and support the educational needs of at-risk kids at local Title 1 schools.