Increase the accessibility of early educational resources for vulnerable children by creating and providing targeted neighborhood collaborative partners with technical, developmental, and educational support
The Early Learning Neighborhood Collaborative employs Empowering Parents Impacting Children (EPIC) Model, a dual generational approach to creating the conditions that help children be successful in learning, in school and in life.
Support Detroit's Eastern Market to model equitable community development with establishment of the Eastern Market Employment Center committed to Detroit residents procuring increased quality jobs in food, expanded support for entrepreneurs of color and new healthy food access for their children
Strengthen efforts to ensure that communities of color in Grand Rapids, Michigan, have equitable access to education, economic opportunities and healthy communities by supporting community engagement efforts of a network of community-based organizations
Increase public awareness of the need for equitable funding for education in Michigan for all students PK-12 by communicating, educating and engaging with stakeholders on findings and recommendations from the revenue adequacy research study that outlines the cost of educational achievement