The Courtney Copeland Memorial Foundation helps people in inner city communities who are underserved, underprivileged, and disenfranchised, become more stable, independent and successful, through our violence prevention, after-school tutoring and mentoring, college and career readiness, and community giving programs.
We believe that the Core Concepts to Community Empowerment are:
Mentoring through Education
Action aimed at social and political change
The Courtney Copeland Memorial Foundation endeavors to ensure that those we serve gain a complete understanding of these core concepts, utilizing that knowledge in making decision that will be beneficial for themselves and their communities.
Gun Violence Prevention and Awareness
After-School Mentoring and Tutoring
College and Career Readiness
It is crucial to note that the Program’s approach to its goal reflects an integrated and proactive, rather than reactionary or problem/solution perspective. The objectives of the program address the risk factors via the following activities: