Welcome to the Sortedlife Group
The Sortedlife Group envisions transformed and thriving communities, in which all of their members have dependable access to resources that enrich and empower lives. Communities where all of their members feel they can belong, ones in which everyone has a chance to both contribute and receive. Communities where everyone can feel fulfilled by their involvement.
2023 fundraiser champions for social justice
Help raise $30,000 for the community of Chakama to help Teenage and young Single Mothers.
The Sortedlife Group works with hundreds of teenage and young single mothers and is seeking to offer more help to them.
We are seeking to host advocacy and learning events to educate our community about the services we provide in that regard and our foundational Family Support Principles.
We will highlight voices and stories from community members impacted by Sortedlife Group. We will also have a speakers from different departments of social welfare discussing social and gender equity and its impact on individuals and community outcomes.
Our speakers will be providing a deeper dive on the discussion of social and gender equity with a series that will follow our events in 2024 and beyond.
What makes Sortedlife Group different?
We’re a nonprofit charitable organization focused on ending generational poverty through a proven approach. Since our inception just 4 years ago, we’ve developed a high-impact methodology that empowers children and youth to break free from generational poverty. With your support, children receive access to health care, educational resources, essential services, and life-changing programs in safe, clean spaces.
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Good that grows
Volunteer Positions Available for You
Join your hand with us for a better life and beautiful future.
Committed to Transparency
90% of our total operating expenses fund programs for children, and young people in the we we serve. So when you make a monthly gift or donation to our organization, the majority of your dollars go toward exactly what you intended – supporting needy and vulnerable children, young people, and women out poverty.