To assist children and families in our community in times of need. We support children's dreams, hopes and goals by providing solutions for life's challenges. We strive to ensure that they are positioned to take advantage of every opportunity this life has to offer.
Empower kids to live compassionately now by participating in acts of kindness, so that they will become successful adults driven to effectuate change for a better world.
We are committed to honoring the individuality of every child. We are committed to nourishing their minds, strengthening their body and supporting their spirit. We are committed to always providing the best experience and always creating a safe haven for children to excel in their own way. We are committed to always being the best we can be, as stellar examples for the young lives we are blessed to influence.
Raised in Middletown NJ, Samantha attended Red Bank Catholic High School. After traveling to Honduras on a service trip post Hurricane Mitch, she was shocked to witness firsthand how stable families and communities could fall into poverty as a result of a disaster. Feeling inspired, Samantha became an award-winning humanitarian by age 17, raising thousands of dollars for Students Helping Honduras and speaking to over 600 high school students, empowering them to join her mission. She followed her dreams by attending Fordham University, graduating with degrees in Political Science, Anthropology and Humanitarian Studies. Upon graduation, Samantha was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to travel as a cultural ambassador to Indonesia on behalf of the U.S. Department of State. She has worked with over 3,000 high school and university students around the world, specializing in youth empowerment, leadership presentations, and student led service projects. Samantha has traveled to 23 developing countries and will continue promoting ethical approaches to volunteer work while empowering vulnerable children in escaping the cycle of poverty. Samantha is currently working on a book and guest lecturing at high schools and universities in the Tri-State Area.