THE JESAIAH FOUNDATION WELCOMES YOU
THE JESAIAH FOUNDATION AT A GLANCE
The goal of The Jesaiah Foundation is to empower individuals to make the world a better place. We strive to build productive relationships while making positive impacts in the lives of others.
Making A Difference
The Jesaiah Foundation is a Nonprofit Organization that is committed to shaping and changing lives. We aim to provide a holistic approach to help solve some of society’s biggest challenges. Through SET (Spirituality, Education, Technology) and our partners, we empower by creating positive opportunities for individuals and communities.
Mind , Body, Spirit
At The Jesaiah Foundation, we believe in total wellness by balancing a healthy mind, body, and spirit. We strive for inner truth, encourage growth, and provide support with restoration and healing.
The Pursuit of Knowledge
At The Jesaiah Foundation, we are dedicated to providing programs and connecting people with educational resources through community engagement and cooperation. We strive to make a difference in the lives of those desiring to increase knowledge, skills, and education.
With this initiative, our goal is to promote great opportunities though techniques and methods for advancing technological skills. With access to the right resources, people can increase their abilities and gain the confidence to fulfill their potential. Through continual growth and innovation, advancements in future knowledge is obtained.
TJF was established in memory of Jesaiah L. Moore. You may be thinking, who’s Jesaiah? Jesaiah was a 4-year-old little boy who passed away AFTER giving love like NONE other. He would speak to everyone he met, give hugs to STRANGERS, and shake hands while introducing himself.
The Jesaiah Foundation embodies what Jesaiah stood for as TJF focuses on Education, Technology; Spirituality. Jesaiah read books almost daily, played on his “ipack” (as he called it) without assistance, enjoyed running, eating salad, meditating in the dirt, and clapping VERY loudly in church. Most importantly, he LOVED.