Project Lifeline works to transform the minds of black males of all ages living in distress and despair, while encouraging them to embrace the possibility of building a better life by leveraging job opportunities, increasing positive influence, and accessing dependable resources. Project Lifeline develops, designs, and delivers the following:
Project Lifeline is a multi-mission initiative that works to partner with potential employers, organizations, programs, and schools to help black males grow out of poverty and to a sustainable level of self-sufficiency equitable opportunities.
Project Lifeline is a multifaceted Prevention and Intervention, Rescue and Assist Initiative organized in 2015 in conjunction with the child poverty collaborative initiative. PLL uses a grassroot approach to reaching black males living just above the 200% FPL and may need an extra push to stay on the path to self-sufficiency.
We are committed to helping black males create a safety net under their feet to prevent them and families from hitting rock bottom due to shifts in their employment status, housing situation, or source of transportation which could also drastically affect their ability to maintain employment or go to school.