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Our Mission:

To disrupt generational poverty by creating
a Success Mindset™ in all families.

Generational Poverty is a Mindset.

When a family has lived with a poverty state of mind for generations, it becomes almost impossible to imagine themselves in a life of prosperity. 

1 in 5 children in Texas live in poverty.

Source: Center for Public Policy Priorities

14% of Texans experience food insecurity.

Meaning that at some point during the year, they experienced difficulty providing enough food due to a lack of money or resources.

Source: Povertytalks.org

Texas ranks 38thin higher education attainment.

Percentage in 2017 of adults ages 25 to 34 who had an associate’s degree or higher.

Source: Talkpoverty.org

Texas ranks 48thin teen birth rate.

Source: Povertytalks.org

We imagine a different World.

 A world where every child is prepared, both intellectually and emotionally, to rise to the highest calling of their hearts. Where all families have the tools to break free from the shackles of poverty, limited opportunity and low expectations. Where every individual contributes fully to America’s prosperity, helping to make our nation stronger, prouder and better. 

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On average, college graduates earn $2.3 million more over their lifetime.

Source: Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce

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Unemployment rates for college graduates is 3.8% vs. 12.2% for high school graduates.

Source: Pew Research Center

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Associate degree holders have a 28% chance to earn as much as bachelor degree holders.

Source: Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce

Proudly serving families in our partner districts.

Somerset ISD
Southside ISD
San Antonio ISD
Judson ISD
Edgewood ISD
Harlingen Consolidated ISD

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Thank you to our wonderful financial partners!

The Tim Duncan Foundation
The Kronkosky Charitable Foundation
San Antonio Area Foundation
The Najim Family Foundation
Baptist Health Foundation
Nancy Smith Hurd Foundation
The Greehey Family Foundation
San Antonio Public Education Forum
Ewing Halsell Foundation
Robert O. Sosa
Henry and Mary Alice Cisneros
Michael and Candace Humphreys
Jack Guenther
Jane Lewis