“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.”
What We Fund
- Helping youth with childhood illnesses or physical or mental disabilities to experience the “fun” in life.
- Supporting alternative education for at risk and disadvantaged youth.
- Providing transitional services for youth who must live away from their families due to abuse or neglect.
- Rebuilding the lives of our veterans and helping them to reenter civilian society.
- Building or otherwise providing homes for veterans to restore freedom and independence in their daily lives.
- Providing transitional services, education and training to adults to improve their job skills and help them to reenter the workforce and build economic self-reliance.
- Improving the quality of life for those adults with serious medical conditions or mental and physical disabilities.
What We Do Not Fund*
- Hospitals, medical research, treatment, and care
- Colleges and universities, including but not limited to endowments, capital improvement
- Cultural, artistic, or recreational activities
- Endowment funds
- Political organizations
- Religious organizations
*Preference for Capital projects/restricted funds vs. general operating funds or annual campaigns.