Organizations

Here you will be able to view all the organizations we have helped, and organizations we will possibly work with in the future. For now, here are some local organizations that we think you should check out!

Oasis for Women – They  offer hope to women in the sex industry by promoting healing, restoration, and empowerment through Christ’s unconditional love, teaching practical life skills, and mentoring during the transformation process.

http://www.oasisforwomen.org/

Dayton Gospel Mission – They provide a place of worship for individuals and assist with food, clothing, counseling and more for those in need.

http://gmission.org/

Dionna Helping Hands – Helping Hands Clothing Charity is a solely non-profit organization. They operate solely from donations from the community.

http://dionnahelpinghands.com/

Radical Justice NOW – They are a community based organization dedicated to fighting institutional and systemic racism.

http://racialjusticenow.org/

The Mustard Seed Foundation – They address the physical, social, and educational needs of teen mothers and their children by providing a safe, secure and supportive environment .

http://tmsfofdayton.org/

The Victory Project – They are a privately funded after-school program, mentoring disengaged young men in our city with our groundbreaking 3E curriculum.

http://www.victoryproject.org/

Jeanette’s House of Hope – They are a non-profit organization that will seek to meet the needs of expectant, single teen mothers while keeping them in the community in which they live.

http://www.jeanetteshouseofhope.org/ 

Rebuilding Together Dayton– They provide home repairs at no cost for low-income, elderly homeowners living in Montgomery County, with a preference to those in their homes for a minimum of 10 years. We also provide urgently needed safety updates, such as wheelchair ramps, grab bars, and hand-rails, by skilled tradespeople. We work with volunteer groups throughout the year to complete small projects for low-income elderly homeowners or in low-income neighborhoods.

http://www.rtdayton.org/