Give today to help us equip our students with the technology they need to continue our program through this global pandemic.




Give Today

Our goal this #GIVING TUESDAY is to fund the purchase of Chromebooks for our students. Can you help?

 The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to change our group soft skills classes to online learning through Google Classroom. In order to implement this coursework effectively and enable our students to create resumes and apply for jobs, we need to send a laptop home with each student.

Students who successfully graduate our program will be able to keep their laptop, giving them the technology they need to stay in touch with our staff, their community mentor, their children’s teachers, and perform critical tasks such as online banking and credit monitoring.                                                                                                                                                

Betty Jean Curran, Director of Student Services, explains our program’s need for this technology in the video below!


From Poverty



Graduates can increase their yearly income by an average of 700%, from $5,000 per year when entering our program to $40,000 within one year of graduation.  


From Hopelessness


Health & Happiness

Families in our program receive critical wrap-around services that change their daily lives immediately. Long-delayed dental care, diapers, emergency loans for electricity and heating bills, and bus passes, are just a few of these services.    


Give today to support our new technology program!

Want some faces to put with these big ideas? Hear Natasha Kirsch, our Executive Director, talk about her inspiration for our program.

The Grooming Project is a program of EPEC, Inc, a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, making your donation tax deductible.