FREEDOM FROM A POVERTY MINDSET.
I CAN! I WILL! I DID!
IPD focus is to end the cycle of poverty. We work to assist working single parents and their children. We advocate for those who have been overlooked, highlighting the challenges they face and making sure we aren’t bystanders but we stand with them. We support single parents who work, yet fail to qualify for government assistance because they earn above the Federal Poverty Level but not enough to earn a Living Wage. IPD is fully invested in impacting and changing lives in and outside of our communities. We are committed to the intellectual development of our youth and the economic empowerment and self-sufficiency of those we encounter. In addition IPD has implemented “Poise and Pearls” a mentoring program for young ladies ages (7 to18) to pursue leadership and serve as positive role models.