To create social impact leaders among the poor
love. empower. impact
Within people who live in extreme poverty there is a subgroup composed
of elderly women, undocumented immigrants, single mothers, abused women, prostitutes, addicts and others who together with their children
are suffering from:
Food insecurity (live on less than US$1.25 a day)
Underpaid, insecure jobs
Lack of healthcare
Lack resources for transportation - instability in the family
Lack of education and skills
These women need wrap around programs to comprehensively address
their needs in a wholistic manner and offer a social network of volunteers
to accompany participants through a sustainable developmental process.
Our solution is to facilitate...
SOCIAL INCLUSION, HUMAN FORMATION,WORK-TECHNICAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT FOR BASIC COMPETENCIES, ENTREPRENEURIAL and LEADERSHIP TRAINING, CHILD CARE, MEALS AND THE OPPORTUNITY
TO BECOME SOCIAL IMPACT LEADERS.
WHO WE ARE
TRANSFORMA exists to create a new framework that helps social impact leaders, both participants from impoverished communities and local/ international facilitators, develop self and people smart skills to promote change and a renewed commitment to the bigger purpose.
WE CREATE AND PROVIDE Wholistic Transformational Education, for clarification and design of personal developmental strategies/maps for women afflicted by poverty, discrimination, social injustices, crisis situations and who are in need of social and job inclusion
Our focus is a long-term holistic approach, genuine empowerment and a fresh world view focused on teaching transformational christian values for sustainable development.
Self leadership, skill development and entrepreneurial training opportunities
Opportunities for the
poor to give back to society and become productive citizens
National and international social impact leaders
and promote social responsibility
Be a part of the transformation
“Not only has Transforma impacted and radically changed my life, but it has also brought healing, restoration, and empowerment to my family.” Juanita
We would do everything for just ONE person.