Founded in 2017, Spring Oath Help Institute has had
the mission to maximize community assets by using philanthropic strategies.
Working with PhD tenured professors to research how best to accomplish our
mission to maximize community assets, we know that neighborhood and community-based
groups sit at the center of countless communities. In response, we developed
the Neighborhood-Based Action Plan to maximize this vital asset to our
communities. By providing high-level and expensive consulting services at no cost
to our neighborhood and community-based groups we can strategically maximize
the group’s effectiveness, capacity, participation, and retain community
engagement. These increases provide a more accurate analysis of community
issues and drastically increases the ability to extract the voice of the people
which is proven with hard data, facts, and direct feedback, not anecdotal opinion,
or unconsciously biased information. In addition, there are many studies which
indicates that increased community engagement has a strong relationship to
lower crime and poverty rates.
Any neighborhood or community based group. For example: neighborhood associations, churches, community programs, crime watches, etc...
Spring Oath Help Institute will never require any direct payments for any services rendered to any form of neighborhood association or community-based group. The financial model calls for Spring Oath Help Institute to procure sponsors to cover the cost for the services rendered. Service bundles cap at $9,000. Any surplus fundraising dollars allocated for the service project will be donated directly to a bank account associated with the neighborhood or community-based group being served on that project within 30 calendar days.
You can start by calling our main line at 317-386-6077 ext. 2 or by setting up an initial consultation with our lead consultant by clicking the following link:
The lead consultant will talk with you about your organization, walk you through our organizational health checklist, and then get you started.
Why Neighborhood-Based Organizations?
Neighborhood-based organizations make it possible for neighbors, who share the same pride and frustrations for their specific geographical area, to come together and tackle their unique issues through fundraising, advocacy or direct communication with government officials.
When community engagement increases in neighborhood associations or neighborhood-based organizations, neighborhoods ultimately become better, safer, and more exciting places to live.
Are you interested in our services or know an association that needs help?
Get in contact!