Connect people and resources to address the basic human needs of food, shelter and education.


Build relationships with the community, schools,  business leaders, and local government to mobilize volunteers and facilitate the efficient delivery of resources and services.  We believe in a “hand up, not hand out” operating model that invests in the community from the ground up.


Empower the families, schools, and organizations of Martin County to take ownership of the programs, get involved, and volunteer to help bring about positive change.


Envision a poverty-free Appalachia, by replicating RAMP's model throughout the Appalachian region.