S.T.A.C.I.E. Foundation

Updated July 31, 2019

Name of Non-Profit Organization *

S.T.A.C.I.E. Foundation

Today's Date: *

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Organization's website

http://www.staciefoundation.org

EIN / 501(C)(3)Number *

76-0760252

What year did your organization receive it's non-profit status? *

2010

Address *

PO BOX 317747
Cincinnati, OH 45231
United States

County *

Hamilton

Your Name *

Lorraine Whoberry

Your Title *

Founder/Executive Director

Your email address *

info@staciefoundation.org

Your Phone Number

(513) 505-5358

Executive Director's Name *

Lorraine Whoberry

Executive Director's email address *

info@staciefoundation.org

What is the mission of your organization?

To promote healing and offer hope to survivors of violent crime.

Strive in our commitment to offer healing to those suffering traumas from violent crimes;

To recognize that we are braver than we believe, stronger than we seem, and smarter than we think;

Achieve to bring to justice to those who perpetrate crimes and exploit other human beings;

Compassion to unmask the darkness that shrouds victims living in hopelessness, whose lives that have been potentially destroyed by violent crimes, are restored;

Intervention for all victims and their families and joining the fight against all forms of violence, stepping into action in our own neighborhoods, in close collaboration and cooperation with local and state law enforcement agencies and other local partners;

Education to understanding the scale of the problem and emphasis that trauma associated with violent crime destroys the lives of individuals and erodes security in communities and by embracing those suffering in silence.

Which social causes (up to 3 choices) does your agency address through its programming? *

  • (3) Children
  • (5) Education
  • (7) Equality & Social Justice

Any comments about your selections you would like to share with the student philanthropists?

KIPS Project – Kids of Incarcerated Parents Project. Our target population Target Population:
At Risk Youth
Ages 10-17
Youth Parents
Youths Caregivers
Youths Family Members
is a program designed to help students overcome the stigmatizm of being a child of an incarcerated parent and breaking the cycle of incarceration. Our mission is to help students grow, overcome and achieve, graduate high school and pursue post education, to career planning.

Project Aims:
Personal Identity
Risk Factors
Academic Performance
School Suspension/Truancy/Drop Outs
Triggers/Trauma/Violence
Poverty/Homelessness
Coping Skills
Drug Abuse
Re-Entry Phase of Parent

Does your organization have volunteer opportunities available for students? *

Yes, Grades 9 – 12

List possible volunteer opportunities -or- a link to where they can be found on the web.

Volunteer opportunities with our KIPS Project – Kids of Incarcerated Parents – fall 2019 project is currently seeking student volunteers to be student mentors (i.e. building personal relationships, mentoring, and homework assistance).
Link: https://staciefoundation.org/contact/
Please advise you are interested in volunteering with KIPS Project

Volunteer coordinator

Lorraine Whoberry

Volunteer coordinator's email address

info@staciefoundation.org

Volunteer coordinator's phone number

(513) 505-5358