It’s an exciting time for the D.R.E.A.M. Foundation, whose mission is to restore communities through economic empowerment; enrich and empower lives through financial literacy; make individuals and communities viable through health and wellness initiatives; we work dillgently to advance cooperative partnerships that will develop the right partnership to sustain communities and their residents.
Our commitment to community empowerment, we are a stronge advocacy, this is a very important and deep threaded passion call that we invite each of you to venture on with us. We remain undaunted and are always adaptable, motivated and continue to advance our mission of being “relevant” “relational” and “open to new ideas.”
Our organization is confronting a time of many changes and we’re meeting these changes during a time of larger nation-wide and global change. The world of health and human services is an exciting area in which to work, and we’ll continue to bring inspired people together in opportunities like this, to ensure our organization remains on the cutting edge.
We have much work ahead of us to realize and sustain our vision of what our community can be. As much as we have accomplished, we have so much more to do. Like a garden that needs constant tending, our dreams will only grow into reality with active support and hard work. Thank you to everyone who has and continues to be a part of it.building events, and in-depth training sessions for our volunteers.
After more than 40 years of serving the community, The Friends of DeCosta Headley transitioned
its community-based supportive services programs to a new philanthropic entity named
‘Developing Restoring Enriching Advancing Many Foundation, Inc.’ (‘D.R.E.A.M. Foundation’).
This new 501(c) (3), tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization is destined to be the vehicle to take
our many long-standing assistance programs benefiting communities to greater heights.
With help of many philanthropists—within both the community and interested parties—we have
brought services to the poor and disenfranchised people and groups (singularly and with other
community-based organizations), such as: