We do it because work changes lives and builds community – communities where children can grow up understanding the dignity of work. We help set the stage to inspire the next generation to dream big dreams, because it is through those dreams that innovation is born. By this innovation we will advance the economic future of our communities for people of all ages.
When a person has to worry about where they will sleep tonight or what they will eat tomorrow it is difficult to see opportunity. Without resources to be self-sufficient hope is elusive. Work can change that. Work is the foundation for self-sufficiency. Work can restore hope for a better tomorrow. Ultimately it provides the warmth of a home, the satisfaction of a good meal, and a sense of value and belonging.
Humans have a need to feel connected. Work is the fabric in our communities by which we are.