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Core Values

 

 

Core Values & Guiding Principles


The Charlotte Post Foundation values African American youth and their contributions.  We embrace the following core values & principles:


•    We believe that African American youth should receive equal access and equitable conditions in education and resources to flourish in the community and reach their greatest potential.

•    We recognize challenges facing African American youth in the community and move with urgency to strategically address the issues.

•    We are a catalyst for uniting partners to act and implement strategies which transform the lives of African American youth.

•    We understand the value of collaborative partnerships in effectively addressing the challenges facing African American youth.

•    We value integrity and ethical behavior in ourselves and in our partners.

•    We value effectiveness and accountability and will adapt our strategies when necessary to achieve even greater success with measurable outcomes.

•    We believe in the collective intellectual strength of African American youth and their ability to partner in shaping a better community for the future.




 


Upcoming Events

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Building Your Life Plan

Time: 7 to 8 p.m. This seminar will be based on

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ICON Lecture Series

Time: 7-8:30 p.m. Tim Daughtry, clinical

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Valor Games

Time: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., May 22-24 From May

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