Regenerative Design and Development 2020 Vision Statement
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Five Points Youth Foundation 2020 Vision Statement.v5


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Five Points Youth Foundation 2020 Vision Statement.v5
Andrew Williams Jr
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Skype: andrew.williams.jr

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Five Points Youth Foundation 2020 Vision Statement.v5

  1. 1. Regenerative Design and Development 2020 Vision Statement Regenerative design and Development Social Entrepreneurship Community Economic Development K-20 STEM fields or STEM Education Youth, Women and Emancipated Empowerment Programs Civic Engagement The term "regenerative" describes processes that restore, renew or revitalize their own sources of energy and materials, creating sustainable systems that integrate the needs of society with the integrity of nature. Whereas the highest aim of sustainable development is to satisfy fundamental human needs today without compromising the possibility of future generations to satisfy theirs, the end-goal of regenerative design is to redevelop systems with absolute effectiveness, that allows for the co-evolution of the human species along with other thriving species. The process of pursuing innovative solutions to social problems. Since 1984, Five Points Youth Foundation, Inc. (FPYF) has drawn upon out-of-the-box thinking and experience in both the business and nonprofit worlds to deliver sustainable micro-enterprise solutions to at risk youth, women and families throughout Africa and Asia from its base model in California and alliances with community enterprises and organizations. FPYF is now based in the heart of South Central Los Angeles, only blocks away from ground zero of the 1992 Civil Unrest where the political leadership has become entrenched but so have the wealth inequalities, lack of business development, job flight, the school to prison cycle, and dissipation of community wealth that we are addressing through the Florence Mail Box and Business Center collaboration that promote the standard of living and economic health of a specific area. S.T.E.M. categories of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics has implications for workforce development, national security concerns and immigration policy. FPYF is adapting the Bermuda based Strategic Operational Understanding for a National Development System (S.O.U.N.D.S. of Sanctuary (S.O.S.) model delivering S.T.E.M. training locally and internationally in situ and online. Increasing the spiritual, political, social, educational, gender, or economic strength of individuals and communities. FPYF works with institutions such as Loyola Marymount University, financial literacy advocates and practitioners such as Operation Hope and healthcare providers such as Umma Clinic to deliver community empowerment solutions. a means of working together to make a difference in the civic life of our communities and developing the combination of skills, knowledge, values, and motivation in order to make that difference. it means promoting a quality of life in a community, through both political and non-political processes. FPYF champions 100% voter registration and education outreach For information, please contact Andrew Williams Jr. 424-222-1997 1820 West Florence Avenue * Los Angeles, California 90047 * Phone: +1-323-752-1180 * Fax: +1-323-752-1190