Their mission is to help women from prison systems discover their own strength by providing them with the support and resources that will empower them to become responsible, economically self-sufficient and contributing members of the community.
The mission of Wayside is to “Empower children, young adults, and families to achieve greater independence and emotional well-being.” Their core values are strength, hope and resiliency. Wayside believes in a strength-based approach, focusing on affirmative and inspirational strategies
that promote sustainable change. They believe in the power of hope as a central factor in providing motivational resources necessary for change. Shared hope for a positive future is the underpinning of all that they do. Positive expectations promote psychological and physical well-being. Staff focus on developing hope-inspiring strategies that mobilize resources for sustaining healthy change. They firmly believe all people have the inherent ability to rebound, learn, and grow from life’s difficult experiences; they are supportive partners as people engage in the process of personal change.
The mission of Walker is to transform the lives of children and youth who are facing complex emotional, behavioral, and learning challenges by partnering with these children and youth, their families, and communities to nurture hope, build strengths, and develop lifelong skills. Their vision is that all children will thrive in their family, school, and community.
The mission of The Center for Carceral Communities, an initiative of the School of Social Policy & Practice at the University of Pennsylvania, is to work collaboratively with neighborhoods in West Philadelphia to help people with a history of incarceration re-engage with the community. The Center seeks to reverse the community-to-prison pipeline by helping participants harness their strengths and become leaders in the community.
The mission of The Caleb Group is to provide secure, affordable homes and builds stable communities that offer diverse populations the tools and resources to empower individuals to make positive changes in their lives.
The mission of Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter is to provide New Yorkers who are homeless or at risk of homelessness with a home, a community, and access to the services that they need to thrive. They create innovative solutions and engage community partners to provide housing and support that can transform lives.
The mission of NAMI Massachusetts is to improve the quality of life for people diagnosed with mental health conditions and their families. They seek to improve the public’s awareness and understanding of mental health conditions and ensure that all people impacted by a mental health condition receive the support they need in a timely fashion.
The mission of Hope Floats is to provide bereavement support and education to adults, children, teens, and their families who are grieving, dealing with illness, or facing other life challenges. Their free support services bring hope and healing to those in need.
The mission of Franciscan Children’s is to provide a compassionate and positive environment where children with complex medical, mental health, and educational needs receive specialized care from experts who are committed to excellence, innovation, and family support…so that children can reach their fullest potential and live their best life.
The mission of Ellie Fund is to provide essential support services for breast cancer patients to ease the stresses of everyday life, allowing the focus to be on family, recovery and healing. Providing transportation to medical appointments, light housekeeping, nutritional and grocery assistance, childcare reimbursement, nutritious prepared/delivered meals and integrative therapy services free of charge through our Healing Together Patient and Family Care Program and Metastatic Breast Cancer Support Program help to relieve a patient’s burden while in treatment. The Ellie Fund is honored to provide assistance to breast cancer patients residing in and/or receiving treatment in Massachusetts.