What We Believe
Whether it is economic, relational, mental or spiritual, poverty in all forms robs people of many things. It robs people of hope, joy, and the ability to dream for a better future. We believe every person is capable of rising above their circumstances if they have a support system and equitable access to resources. We seek to be this support system by investing in relationships rather than just infrastructures, through allyship, education, resources, and advocacy.
We see, honor, and celebrate the diversity in all people. We welcome you here regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identification, physical ability, or age.
We are all valuable. We are all needed.
Compassion means to bear with one another. The ultimate expression of compassion is to take action alongside those who are suffering. We demonstrate this by investing in relationships and serving others with dignity, while creating a platform for others to join us on our mission.
We embrace a culture of diversity that values each other’s gifts and ideas. By creating a platform for people to engage, learn, and grow, we challenge biases across cultures and unite people from all walks of life for a greater purpose.
The obstacles to upward mobility are oftentimes the lack of opportunity, access, and oppressive structures. We seek to equip individuals as we investigate personal and systemic barriers and provide accessible resources that empower others to thrive.
In order to disrupt the cycle of poverty we must address the contributors of poverty and amplify the voices of the vulnerable. We do this through education, sustainable solutions, and advocacy work. Every person deserves to be safe, to be healthy, and to have access to resources that allow them to thrive.