Let’s end poverty, violence,
and inequality in our communities.

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Motivated by the belief that freedom is grace in action, We Raise Foundation partners with Christian organizations to raise consciousness, community leadership, and capital. Our vision is people free from poverty, violence, and inequality and this is achieved through our three priority granting areas:

education, workforce development, and criminal justice.

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Academic achievement is a foundation
for lifelong success.

One of the most valuable resources in overcoming poverty is
receiving an education.

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Academic achievement is a foundation
for lifelong success.

One of the most valuable resources in overcoming poverty is
receiving an education.

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Academic achievement is a foundation
for lifelong success.

One of the most valuable resources in overcoming poverty is receiving an education.

When we focus on people and workforce development,
we bring stability to our communities.

By providing training and investing in our workforce,
we can end income and job inequality.

When we focus on people and workforce development, we bring stability to our communities.

By providing training and investing in our workforce,
we can end income and job inequality.

When we focus on people and workforce development, we bring stability to our communities.

By providing training and investing in our workforce, we can end income and job inequality.

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By promoting equality for those impacted by the
criminal justice system, we initiate a cycle of hopefulness.

Half of released American prisoners end up going back to jail within three years.
We’re making sure that changes.

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By promoting equality for those impacted by the
criminal justice system, we initiate a cycle of hopefulness.

Half of released American prisoners end up going back to jail within three years.
We’re making sure that changes.

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By promoting equality for those impacted by the criminal justice system, we initiate a cycle of hopefulness.

Half of released American prisoners end up going back to jail within three years.
We’re making sure that changes.

For you are powerful, not that you may make the weak weaker by oppression, but that you may make them powerful by raising them up and defending them.”

-Martin Luther, Two Kinds Of Righteousness

We work hand in hand with Christian non-profits to end poverty, violence, and inequality in our communities. Take action today and raise up those in need.