The mission of Spring Oath is to maximize community assets through philanthropic strategies.
Many in our communities do not feel like they are supported or believe people are willing to help them. Resources are available in many cases, but people don’t know where to go or if they do know where to go, they are afraid they will be judged or make a bad situation worse from a bad experience or an unintended consequence.
Our job is to bridge the disconnect between community and community organizations. We gather, strategize, and package community resources in a way that is consumable and accessible to the common person so that neighborhood support can be felt, safe to use, understood, utilized, and impactful. We call this “maximizing Community Resources”.
What is it?
Spring Oath Help Institute is an institution designed to create innovative and strategic ways to help the common person via programs, events, scholarship, grants, research and networking.
Philanthropy according to Peyton's definition in 1988 means voluntary action for the public good. Outside of the government private actors contributing time, talent and treasure is what has kept America and our Indiana Hoosiers safe, supported and spoken for. We believe that it was not one form of philanthropy that has led to this outcome, rather a combination of all kinds of philanthropic activities, causes and initiatives to support our diverse people. Spring Oath intends to operate in almost all philanthropic capacities, by leadership decision, to properly mold comprehensive plans of action to impact our Hoosiers and communities on a local and individual basis.