The mission of our organization is to provide outreach and assistance to the vulnerable, at-risk youth, homeless, and persons with little to no healthcare.
We are committed to reaching back into the communities and not only speaking with our lips but through our actions. We will exemplify what it means to be men and women with and for others.
Vision & Purpose
“Speaking with our hands before speaking with our lips”
(St. Peter Claver) is our motto.
Helping the vulnerable and giving a voice and a sense of dignity to the voiceless and underserved is our
ever-expanding vision and mission. We at Claver Cares wish to fulfill our mission statement by providing resources and linkage but not limited to:
● Providing showers, clean clothes, and meals to the homeless and those in need.
● Dental health, physical health, and mental health.
● A space for youth to do homework, learn trades, arts etc.
inline with staying true to our ever-expanding mission.
“A Touch of Dignity”
Claver Cares will provide showers, clean clothes, toiletries and food to the homeless and those in need. Claver Cares will also provide free dental cleaning and screenings to the homeless and those in need. We will also go to inner-city elementary schools, high schools, and churches to provide these services to emphasize the importance of good dental hygiene. We will partner with local dentists and dental schools that will assist in providing these services.
“Let’s Get Physical!”
Claver Cares will provide free physical exams and screenings to the homeless and those in need. We will also go to
inner-city elementary schools, high schools, and churches to provide these services to emphasize the importance of good healthy living and promoting the importance of having a healthy body.
“What’s Goin’ On?”
Claver Cares will provide free mental health evaluations, exams, and counseling to the homeless, churches, elementary and high schools, and those in need to emphasize the importance of a healthy mind. We will accomplish this by partnering with mental health counselors and therapists.