Breaking The Chains
The Moses Center is a 501c3 organization that promotes, education, independence, self-awareness, health, and nutrition as well as positive high self-esteem.
We are always looking for volunteers to help with events such as arts and crafts, music, dance, fitness, cultural education, enrichment, groups, nutrition, cooking, reading, storytelling, literacy, community events and fairs, gardening, etiquette, training, college fairs, tutoring and a host of other activities that provide well-rounded services for the people we serve.
We have created this page so that our supporters can see what we are doing and understand our need for things such as supplies, time and skills of individuals, monetary donations, and anything else that may benefit our patrons.
Our services thus far have been totally free to patrons and we would really like to keep it that way. Many of the patrons we serve are what is called at-risk youth looking for things to do and ways to stay positive and active in the community.
The Moses Center understands these needs and has a few dedicated board members that seek to help and uphold the patron's willingness and dedication for betterment.