Project Flourish 2020 Award Recipients

Project One Day
Jennifer Johnson

Creating free, Christ-centered childcare for economically at-risk infants and toddlers through the use of a Single Parent Cooperative. Parents volunteer one day a week to receive 44 hours of FREE child-care weekly to facilitate work or furtherance of their education.

Eight Million Stories
Marvin Pierre

We seek to transform the lives of vulnerable youth, 14 to 18 years old, through education, skills training, employment, and authentic relationships.

Small Places
Daniel Garcia-Prats

Small Places utilizes urban agriculture to develop a culture of health in our communities by renewing the bond between people, places, and food. We believe that farming can become the focal point from which we alter how the various aspects of our communities interact to establish health at the center of our Human Ecosystem.

Belong Bakery
Kim Brown

The mission of Belong Bakery is to certify, train and create dignified, meaningful, paid employment for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Employment will provide them the opportunity to develop, foster and nurture essential social developmental and genuine relationships which, although necessary, are grossly lacking for the IDD population.

CC Achilefu

No matter how accessible music is today, there seems to be a music monopoly and a scarcity of transformative music. GoBU wants to disrupt this by providing a whole generation with quality Christian Hip Hop and R&B, but we're more than just music; we're a movement that aims to entertain, educate and evangelize a culture longing for purpose.

A 2nd Cup - Brazen Table 
Kaylen Simpson and Erica Raggett

A 2nd Cup - Brazen Table trains survivors of human trafficking in the hospitality industry, empowering them to reclaim their personal identities and their futures. 


2018 Award Recipients