A Hand Up, Not a Hand Out

Hard Work Truly Pays Off

Many 18-year-olds are making the decision to forgo the path to college and start a career right out of high school. There are so many opportunities for young adults to succeed without attending a typical university if that is …

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Mulunesh’s Inspiring Story of Empowerment

Women all over the world fight every day for education, independence, and to lift themselves out of generational poverty. In 2014, I Pour Life Ethiopia established Global Women’s Economic Empowerment (GWE). This program helps …

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How I Pour Life has Become a Family

At I Pour Life, our LifeCoaches and staff love to put on unique and educational events for the youth in our LifeStrengths program. This month, we had several events, including a fun craft night for our girls, we delivered han …

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I Pour Life’s ECFA Accreditation

I Pour Life is thrilled to announce our accreditation by The ECFA. The Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability accreditation is based on financial accountability, transparency, soundboard governance, and ethical fund …

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How At-Risk Youth Are Breaking The Cycle Of Poverty

College is not for everyone, and it is certainly not the only path to success. However, there is no doubt that there are benefits to attending college:  Increase your earning potentialGain job securityLearn a valuable sk …

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The Importance of Independent Living for Youth

When you think about where you live, does it bring about feelings of peace and joy, or stress and sadness? How you feel about the place you live can dramatically affect your mood and outlook on life. Where you live should be …

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