Multi-use Learning Space



According to the U.S. Department of Labor and Statistics, the independent worker is the fastest-growing categorized professional. By 2020, 65 million Americans will belong to this category, making up 40 percent of the workforce. These workers are the parents of our potential students and are in need of help and training in self-care, parenting, mental health, etc. Help in all of these areas can be found in Adventist principles and resources. Developing courses and programs that equip our parents and others is a pathway to sustainability for our vision. 

Legacy & Leadership


Legacy is determined by the choices we make in life now. There should not be an age placed on leadership. We believe it is more important to learn the skills required to accomplish something than it is to learn about how something is done. We want a space that supports growing our community with the professional development they need.

Multi-phase Project


We will start with our proposed learning space but are currently seeking donors for our plan that includes affordable housing and a community center.

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Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission. 

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