Workforce Development. When we focus on people’s skills and building economic opportunity, we bring stability to our communities. By providing training and investing in our workforce, we can end income and job inequality.
A robust and qualified workforce is central to healthy communities, employers, families, and individuals. Increasing employment remains central to breaking the cycle of poverty and crime and restoring social harmony.
Farming Hope is a soup kitchen that hires people who are homeless who usually stand in line to receive food to produce food and feed others.The program will engage the traditional “beneficiaries” of social services and create community through garden and cooking. Like the example of Jesus, the program gathers people into church, both housed and unhoused, around farming and the table, to break bread and break barriers.
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.