where you live should not determine whether you succeed or fail.
break the cycle...
If we can eliminate the conditions that lead to poverty and brokenness, we believe we will see entire communities set free. There are stigmas surrounding families that are uneducated, living in poverty, and unable to provide for themselves. Often, these stigmas hold families back from asking for help, and the result is never positive.
restoring dignity to families
When we provide opportunities for families to break cycles of poverty, illiteracy and homelessness, we see hope rush in and lift up entire communities. Through our Something to Eat Every Day Program (SEED), we provide tools and training for families to learn agricultural skills, teaching them about responsibility, work ethic, and pride, while also helping them put food on the table and money in their pockets.