In order to make our vision of breaking the cycle of poverty a reality, we must partner with community residents, stakeholders, leaders, and community-based organizations.
Many community residents are often frustrated not knowing how their city works and how to change things in their neighborhood. Community based organizations can be a wealth of resources but are generally limited in who they may be able to serve through funding restrictions — they want to help, but don’t know how. They work hard every day but often need to build upon their strengths and make new connections.
This is where Metro can help! We provide the resources and knowledge so that you can make a difference in your community.
A Better Day than Yesterday – Richmond, VA
Help Me Help You Foundation– Richmond, VA
Riverside Jail – Richmond, VA
Youth Centers of America – Fresno, CA
St. James United Methodist Church – Tucson, AZ
Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona – Tucson, AZ
Pima Prevention Partnership – Tucson, AZ
Urban League of Greater Atlanta – Atlanta, GA
Harvestime Ministries – Riverdale, GA
Morehouse School of Medicine, Community Voices – Atlanta, GA
Heroes and Dreams Academy – Richmond, VA
Boys2Men Sanctuary – Atlanta, GA
Resurrection Baptist Church – Philadelphia, PA
San Diego Probation Department – San Diego, CA
I Am My Brother’s Keeper – San Diego, CA
New Harvest Christian Fellowship – San Diego, CA
Hope Church Mission Valley – San Diego, CA
First United Methodist Church – San Diego, CA
Wesley Community Service Center – San Diego, CA
Christ Ministry Center – San Diego, CA
Nestor United Methodist Church – San Diego, CA