Our mission is to advocate , empower, and educate young adults from economically disadvantaged backgrounds by equipping them with financial literacy tools, life skills, and education.
We envision a world where underrepresented young adults seek and attain a higher education, begin meaningful careers and inspire their peers to develop resiliency.
LA County has 30,000 foster youth; the largest concentration of foster youth in our nation. Additionally, 1 in 217 Angelenos live one check away from homelessness. TwInspire is a non-profit organization that inspires young adults to pursue higher education and become financially stable.
TwInspire serves as the nexus for non-profits that serve low-income students including foster and adopted youth. We aim to connect our participants to organizations that serve these populations so that our participants have the opportunity to serve and develop others who have gone through similair challenges.
Check out this video of our co-founder's Tae and Tray story growing up in foster care. This is the background of why they want to give back.