We work to eliminate poverty in our community.

We address the immediate needs of low-income families through regular distributions of food, diapers, clothing and household goods.

Refugees and New Americans can take free English Language Learning courses to improve their language skills and increase their employability.

The POP scholarship program provides low-income individuals access to the education necessary to increase their income by getting a better job or starting a career.

Our Opening Doors (formerly TRADE) community reentry program helps current and formerly incarcerated individuals find employment and reestablish themselves in the community.

A new career development program, EduTech, will help students gain and develop the skills necessary to earn employment in the growing field of Information Technology.

Non-monetary Client Assistance - available in English, Arabic and Kurmanji - helps individuals and families with government assistance applications, like SNAP, and day-to-day tasks made difficult by language or cultural barriers.