I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do.
- Edward Everett Hale

educational resources

The path to a job and career is paved by education. The better educated someone is translates to better, higher paying jobs. The Brooks Foundation works with area schools and colleges to help get those in need educated so they can get into the workforce and support themselves and their children.

employment resources

Having a healthy workforce is essential to building a strong community, and getting people in need the jobs they must have to survive and support their children and family is vital. The Brooks Foundation works with Brooks Staffing to get those ready to get back to work the training and connections they need to become self-reliant and empowered by employment.

immediate support services

Single parent minorities sometimes need immediate financial assistance due to unforeseen circumstances beyond their control. The immediate support services help them with their bills and emergency expenses until they get back on their feet. The Brooks Foundation takes referrals from agencies and organizations and does not help directly. Rather, they work with those agencies that provide help to those in need on a case-by-case basis, helping those forgotten minorities struggling to survive.