Advocacy Navigators

  When we are present to the needs of our brothers and sisters, we discover various causes that need a helping hand. These are personalized solutions to immediate issues covering a wide spectrum of needs. Being an advocacy navigator means fighting for the proper care that everyone deserves, and finding a way to make it available.

Some examples include: setting up a child’s first doctor’s appointment and arranging transportation, helping an elderly person move furniture, or providing for struggling families. We also  strive to assist families with autistic children, those recovering from addiction, and children living in poor households.