BECOME A SPONSOR
It's really easy. VERY exciting and surprisingly it feels really good to simply GIVE! There are THOUSANDS OF FAMILIES in New York struggling with POVERTY. Many working families are just a paycheck away from being homeless. Many are void of the necessary tools needed to succeed in life.
So we PROPOSE a solution! "Help Us Help Others". By supporting one of the many programs we deliver throughout the year.
Workshops that promote self-sufficiency and raise awareness.
BACK PACK/SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Equip children ages 5 to 13 with the school supplies necessary as the return back to school after the summer.
Quarterly publication which provides local artists, business and writers a platform to have their work published and to bring to light the happenings in and around the tri-state area.
HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Being a better version of yourself happens when you have a healthy mind, body and spirit. The idea is to live a life of wholeness. Our team of experts will walk you through the process of becoming a healthier you, both physically, mentally, and spiritually.
Our Job Readiness program aims to build a pipeline of qualified candidates who will fill entry- level positions throughout the metropolis. At the end of the program, we expect to have developed a team of qualified applicants ready and qualified to compete in the workforce. Our focus will be in areas where unemployment is high, and the education and skill levels of the residents are low. Basic employability skills include effective communication, problem solving, resume building, interview, basic computer skills, job search engines.
Education is the cornerstone of our society, giving people the tools they need to make an impact and perhaps, inspire change and ultimately improve their quality of life. The transition to college can be an overwhelming one for parents as well as the students. This is where our team of educators’ step in to help parents navigate through the college admission process. From essay writing, college selection, SAT Prep and paying for college. We have also incorporated a GED Prep program for those that are looking to obtain their high school equivalency Diploma.
Many High School students as well as adults lack the financial knowledge needed to make informed financial decisions that are necessary to better prepare themselves for the future.
As stated by the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Literacy, financial education is defined as “the process by which people improve their understanding of financial products, services and concepts, so they are empowered to make informed choices, avoid pitfalls, know where to go for help and take other actions to improve their present and long-term financial well-being.” We believe that this knowledge should be acquired during the students’ liberal arts education. Establishing a financial literacy program will help to impart the necessary financial knowledge needed to make wise financial choices when planning for the future. A lack of financial literacy may produce future consequences such as misuse of credit cards, poor credit ratings, increased High School and college dropout rates, and additional stress due to a deteriorating financial situation. Our team of experts will guide candidates through the importance of being financially literate. Workshop topics include: Credit building, debt consolidation, budgeting, understanding your credit rating, raining day funds, investing, home ownership.
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