In its desire to help individuals develop the practical and personal resources to live a healthy, productive and satisfying life, the Foundation supports projects which:
help young people and adults develop the basic skills which will lead to long-term employment and economic self-sufficiency
help young people and adults with opportunities to advance previously acquired skills so as to move upward in their field of employment
help those re-entering society acquire the life skills and job skills to become productive citizens
foster creative thinking leading to innovative solutions to the problem of job creation.
Social and Cultural Opportunity In the social and cultural sphere, the Foundation will consider projects which support the availability and accessibility of the arts for underserved communities and schools.
Environmental Sustainability In order to allow people to live in an environment that will be sustainable over time, the Foundation will consider projects which:
educate families on environmentally sustainable practices and promote skills and behaviors that will preserve the health of our environment