Love Transformation Project started out in 2015 with a strong desire to impact and understand the needs of our community. We were compelled to make positive changes in our city. LTP targeted some of the highest poverty and crime-struck neighborhoods in our city, first targeting the homeless population and then quickly investing our efforts and resources toward the struggling youth and the poverty deficit associated with the youth. Over seven years, we expanded our reach into the Shelby Park, Portland, Smoketown, California Park, Park Hill Hazelwood, and Wyandotte Park areas. Our focus has been to curve the violence and poverty line in these high poverty and crime-stricken areas and to unite the communities that we work in through action-based programs. LTP over a seven-year span has supplied over 25,000 meals and 2.5million in resources annually back into the city.
LTP’s primary mission is to cultivate a new culture by identifying and addressing the core issues that divide our community. We work to create opportunities for needs-based platforms of services that engage our community in action-based programs. LTP believes that relieving one from the bondage of self by offering the opportunity to serve others is just as healing as those receiving the help. We strive to:
- Cultivate a community atmosphere of compassion, kindness, and love.
- Provide unity through love based acts of service and mentorship.
- To be the change our city needs to see.
Our vision is to unite the divided.
LTP works hard to remove the economic, racial, and systemic barriers that segregate, separate, and alienate our communities one from the other.