The best way to learn is to teach, and the best way to serve is to take a 'posture of humble learning'. As the fundamental component of all of our endeavors, we seek to learn collectively through a process of study, action, and reflection, where all progress intellectually and spiritually in their capacity to serve.
building neighborhood resilience
To be resilient does not mean to sit idly, take abuse, witness inequities, or accept life circumstances as is and 'hope' that it will pass someday! Resilience is an active force of empowerment in which we develop the capacity to sense and respond to meet the needs of our community.
sustaining social enterprise
In order to sustain our service and fuel our initiatives, it is paramount we explore many ways of transforming our economic landscape. By focusing locally we will create and transform economic infrastructure and enterprise to support the work of spiritual and social progress in our region. We have four main enterprises created to support our work, while, thrive of off a in-kind donations from our resource network and time exchange.