- To operate as a non-profit.
- To bring awareness to people.
- To empower people with resources.
- To bridge the gap between citizens.
- To restore productive states of mind.
- To stir up gifts, instill hope & save lives.
- To act and operate only as a non-profit corporation pursuant to the North Carolina laws. To act and operate as a charitable organization in lessening the burdens of government officials. To provide community events and projects which will help develop the citizens of North Carolina.
- To promote and create events that will foster educational, personal, and spiritual groups for individuals of all ethnic backgrounds.
- To empower underprivileged, uneducated and unmotivated youth and adults. How? By maximizing their potential and providing them with avenues to get access to the necessary resources.
- To work with educational systems by promoting education and enrichment for: higher education, sports, outdoor festivals, non-violence, non-bullying, gang prevention, positive images, and to promote positive role models to steer them in the right direction.
- To inspire and ignite hope for all mankind by assisting with community projects and agencies. To improve life in every facet to those that has suffered major losses, disparity and devastation.
- To engage in any and all other lawful purposes, activities and pursuits, which are substantially similar to the foregoing and which are or may hereafter be authorized by Section 501 © 3 of the Internal Revenue code and are consistent with those powers described in the North Carolina Non-Profit Corporation and Corporation Associate Act, as amended and supplemented.
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Crystal B. Smith and Dennese M. Hopson
Founders of Capital City Hope Foundation