We impart practical knowledge and wisdom for life which includes an emphasis on discovering and addressing the underlying issues which have prevented the person from thriving in the past.
We believe internal transformation and healing makes room for long term, outward success.
One-on-one and group settings provide individualization, accountability, and encouragement on the Pathway out of Poverty™.
We’re not satisfied with anything less than each Pathway™ participant learning how to live life well, and help others do the same!
Overcoming poverty is extremely difficult.
Connecting our participants to healthy, supportive relationships leads to changed lives in the present and for generations to come.
Those who have experience navigating God’s pathway for life are an encouragement and additional guide on the journey.
Relationships and quality connections are essential to become thriving, contributing members of the community.
We go the extra mile to introduce Elevate Lives’™ participants to community members who want to advance the working poor through their area of professional expertise..
Sometimes it makes the most sense to help by “doing what you do best." If you’ve wanted to help those in poverty through your profession, gifts or abilities, but weren’t sure how to invest wisely, we’ve got just the people for you!
“When I was introduced to Elevate Lives™, my kids and I were coming out of a domestic violence shelter – I felt like our lives were ruined.
I have never lived in a place that the kids and I could be proud of, but we now have a beautiful home where we host groups and neighborhood gatherings!
On top of that, they help us prepare to meet our family goals. I get to participate in life-skills training, as well as meet with a mentor and a budget coach to keep me on track to buy a house within the year!
The team at Elevate Lives™ works hard to meet the specific needs of our family and strengthen our connection to God!
They have really allowed us to hope again!"
- Annalise (Pathway Participant™)
“My wife and I used to think of ourselves as ex-convicts.
After a few months (in Pathway out of Poverty™) we now think of ourselves as children of God who can do anything He asks of us. We went from seeing all the limitations to now seeing all of the opportunities.
We now have hope and a greater resolve to push into our future.”
- Adam (Pathway Participant™)