Our Mission Statement


Executive Director Joe Devany

To serve in an exclusively charitable and educational capacity, as provided in the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended.

In furtherance of its charitable and educational purposes, to foster and promote planning services and developmental efforts for the mobilization and utilization of resources, public and private, including, but not limited to, Boards of Education, governmental agencies, and voluntary citizens groups and associations for coordinated remedial attack upon conditions of poverty affecting the inhabitants of the area.

To stimulate and encourage the provisions of services, assistance, and other activities toward developing employment and economic opportunities, improving human performance, individual and group motivation, productivity, and bettering conditions under which people live, learn, and work.

To solicit, contract for, receive, administer, and disburse any funds, grants, bequests, devises, and other resources for the execution and implementation of specific or general programs in carrying out its purposes, and particularly for participation under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964″ as amended.