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PROGRAMS

Spaces with Good Intentions

UBUNTU HOUSE

For Parents & Adults

We believe communities best withstand challenges when they connect employment (entrepreneurship) and skilled talent. Ubuntu House is part of the multi-generational efforts by Queen’s Legacy Foundation, to support families affected by disparities in health, finance, and education. Ubuntu House facilitates career development opportunities, offers mental health resources, and other support programs.

YOUTH ENGAGED IN ARTS & ACADEMICS

For Middle & High School Students

Lead by FLTI Graduate Dontre Woods Y.E.A.A. is a program developed to deter youth from drinking and experimenting with drugs. The program allows kids to develop and utilize positive outlets, instilling in participants the ideal that EVERYBODY IS SOMEBODY!

TO BE ANNOUNCED

Teaching children & shaping the future

We are diligently working behind the scenes to interrupt the education system's oppression of young children of color. Our vision of supporting children in the early stages of childhood will go beyond the classroom and into the home.

 

These programs create space, support, and security for families in every stage of life. Building a better future not just for the Black and Colored community but all communities which surround us.

Together we uplift families in progress from underrepresented and under-resourced to thriving and supported.

 

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