Working in communities to build economic mobility by addressing health, education, housing, and other building infrastructure
To provide communities with access to hospitals, assisted living centers, medical offices and clinics, nursing homes, addiction and mental health facilities, and urgent cares.
To meet the demand for educational buildings that will relieve communities of overcrowding in existing schools, provide places for learning centers and career advancement.
To provide the community with affordable housing and give shelter to the homeless and the most vulnerable: our women, children, elderly, and those with no place to call home.
To build the necessary infrastructure of nonprofit organizations, community spaces, churches, youth centers, and other unique needs which increase the quality of life.