Eradicate a layer of poverty from which former foster youth can most likely never climb out of.
Provide a foundation from which former foster youth can thrive.
Inspire former foster youth to be as successful as their new environment and become the best versions of themselves.
Through the ASOH process, connect former foster youth with a community of care so that they can gain social capital, better employment, opportunities and mentors.
Provide a therapeutic experience for former foster youth as well as volunteers.
Through the process, connect former foster youth with a network of peers to establish a support network.
By employing former foster youth, empower them to become leaders, agents of change and role models for their peers, while also illuminating the consciousness of the boarder population to the talents and leadership of “aged-out” youth.
Empower former foster youth to own their story and their voice and offer a platform to share their hopes & dreams.
Remove labels, open up dialogue, understanding and solutions.
Provide an example of how to be the change we seek
Serve as a beacon of hope and a shining example of what true grassroots community building can be.
Contribute to the youth achieving all levels of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.