Let's Put Our Future First!
Our mission is to create opportunities for our youth to have real success in life while building and supporting our schools and communities. Using our mantra of Our Future First, we promise to always put our future, our children, first!
Brought together by the tragic loss of our friend and student Maurice Lewis, our team consists of individuals who share the belief that we must put our children, our future, first. We are normal people, mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, wives and husbands, educators and community leaders, who understand that we must act now if we want to create hope for our future. We all have different backgrounds, life experiences, professions, hobbies, views, and more. Our journeys give us unique perspective to help our communities, schools, and organizations grow and thrive. Let us help you!
What We Do
We provide professional and personal growth opportunities in schools, businesses, & organizations, youth empowerment events, community coalition building, and much more! Just ask!
Collaborating with community members to identify areas of need and organize together to make it a reality.
Education & Growth Opportunities
Decades of experience allow us to create programs for students, teachers, communities, and schools to bring real change and growth.
Committed to working with youth to build their power, confidence, and ability to impact their world.
We’re going to court for Reese’s House!
We had a case management session earlier this week in Cumberland County Superior Court regarding the appeal of our zoning approval. In this meeting, the Judge determined that the case will be heard in Superior Court. This means that the request by Mr. Abbott to have...
A Postponement and a Court Date for Reese’s House
On Tuesday of this week, the Millville City Commission held a work session meeting. On the agenda for this meeting was a discussion regarding the hearing to challenge the zoning resolution to Reese's House that was scheduled for April 4. During this meeting, the...
An Update on the Attack of Reese’s House
As we have outlined previously, Reese's House is under attack. We recently found out that the appealing property owner, Rick Abbott, has also filed an appeal in the Superior Court of Cumberland County. He did this because his appeal with the city was filed late. In...