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Mshauri is a Swahili word that refers to someone who offers advice and guidance to others. It can be used to describe a professional counselor, a mentor, a teacher, or even a friend who offers wise counsel. Mshauris use their experience, knowledge, and insights to help others make better decisions or to overcome challenges. Essentially, a Mshauri is someone you can turn to for advice and support when going through difficulties in life.
We empower underserved at-risk youth who are responding to the traumatic loss of a father influence by reinstalling the village way of life.
501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization
As of May 16, 2022 we are recognized an 501(c)(3) tax-exempt entity by the Internal Revenue Service. This allows donors to receive a tax deduction, provides grant funding eligibility for nonprofit, potential tax exemption at both state and federal level.
Since November 2021 we have served over 80 underserved at-risk youth in the greater Cincinnati Area. the youth in our program have improved their GPA, social skills, behaviors in class and home. participating in our group and 1 to 1 activities has helped keep our youth off the streets in our dangerous neighborhoods.
We opened the doors to our pantry in August 2022. So far to we have been able to take in and provide over $5,000.00 in In-Kind donations.
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We were able to raise over $5,200.00 at our fundraiser. Which allowed 20 underserved, at-risk, in danger, scared and hungry young men ages 8 to 16 participate in our CHOICE redirection program for free.
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