Our mission as F.A.R.E. is to administer assistance, care, and love to those children who are placed in our care, to recognize the importance of and support the Care Givers
who are so instrumental in the preservation of our most important resource, our children, and to be the beacon of light standing on the shores of our communities for the downtrodden and the needy.
In order to succeed in our mission, F.A.R.E. must accept and adhere to certain goals. Our organization goals are as follows:
We must seek and select the most up-to-date training in all aspects of child care and maintain our knowledge of all Federal, State, and Local Laws governing child care.
We must be able to work together in unison and become a tight knit organization which has the ability to assist one another in every endeavour and develop a comaraderie that cannot be penetrated by outside nor unknown forces.
We must be willing and able to contribute to the building of our organizatoin both constructively and financially.
We are now embarking upon a new era in the long journey of our organization. We must accept, honor, and respect our leadership and be able, capable, and willing to assume leadership roles ourselves. Our organization is founded on the principles of honesty, integrity, and loyalty. We must set examples for others to follow in deeds, duty, and words. Oftentimes, each of us will be called upon to complete our assigned missions which can go above and far beyond the call of duty. I call upon each of you to display those traits of fairness above reproach and become that beacon of light as standards for our children, our community and ourselves.
The goals of F.A.R.E. are as follows:
The acquisition of a building which serves as our activity center and training site. To accomplish this goal, we will need funds to cover operational expenses, equipments & supplies, and youth activities.
The creation of jobs for the unemployed within our organization and the community. To complete this, we will employ volunteer staff to assist us at our events and employ youth within our community.
Conference funding allocation (regional and national training conferences - for members)
The capacity to provide more resources to the needy and underserved families in our communities.
Funding a mentoring program for our youth in their quest for higher education.
Funding to obtain professional trainers in various child care arenas.