Specifically, WWT seeks to provide mentoring programs for at-risk youth such as computer labs and career education programs. We propose tutoring and motivational programs geared to encourage our children to seek scholarships and grants for higher education institutions. WWT also seeks to provide services specific to our elderly such as healthy meals and exercise programs to help with mobility/balance and will sponsor and recruit volunteers to help with minor home repairs and maintenance.
WWT seeks to establish a community center asset that can serve its neighbors with resources and educational opportunities provided by WWT.
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Margaret Carter, Executive Director and Board Chair
Charles Johnson, Treasurer and Board Member
Monisha Johnson, Secretary and Board Member
Advisory Board: Rita Brown Buckley Joe D. Rollins
Logan Altier-Burditt Monica Rollins
James (Coffee) Carter Christian Otila Garza
Matthew Gonzales Briana M. Ruiz
Liliana Llamas Jasmine Sanders
100% public and private individuals and business sponsors/donations
We are volunteer run and supported (no paid staff)
First Annual Mental Health Awareness 3K Walk Run & Wheel March 28, 2020, Hosted by Ebbon Baptist Church and WWT
8 Minutes 46 Seconds in Memory of George Floyd, United We Stand, June 13, 2020 – Peaceful Protest March aimed at highlighting social injustice and building trust between community members and police officers.
WWT’s 2020 fundraising goal is to raise $50,000 of cash and in-kind tax-deductible donations to support our mission to help Rebuild, Restore, Mentor, and Develop our community resources to improve the lives of our citizens living in poverty with emphasis on at risk youth and the elderly.