Integrated Education Support Program
Integrated Education Support Program is a five (5) year community education support project for children from economically disadvantaged families .
This Program targets economically disadvantaged children by providing them with free access to educational materials and resources. It is important to note that lack of educational materials is a leading cause of school failure, drop out and lack of appetite for education in children. Lack of educational materials and resources prevents many children from economically disadvantaged families from continuing with their education pursuits to advanced level.
The project’s main objective is to help our children achieve their educational dreams and to bring back hope to economically disadvantaged families in our communities.
Family Support and Education
Family oriented approach
Say No To Violence Against Women and Children.
Our organization is at the forefront in ensuring that our voices are heard in the community though our online campaign against any violence against women and children. we believe that there is no excuse for violence against women and children and we stand out to advocate for women and children
Bridging The Gap
Low cost Computer/Tablet and internet access
Goodness People Incorporated with partnership with Mobile Beacon & PCs for People Brings the Bridging the Gap to your community.
Bridging the Gap helps break down barriers to access and bring equal educational opportunity to all Americans. It’s about creating opportunity through connectivity. In partnership with nonprofits, schools, libraries and other community organizations, we’re helping connect underserved Americans to the tools they need to improve their lives.
Together, we help:
Students get internet access at home so they can complete homework assignments, conduct research online, and access school resources remotely.
Adults continue their education, search for jobs, and access other resources through library hotspot internet-lending programs.
Seniors and disabled persons access their social security information, stay connected remotely with their medical providers, and virtually participate in a society they would otherwise have limited access to.