Established in June 2018, Tri Valley Wholeness Project (TWP Fund) is a young non-profit 501(C)3 organization that is devoted to helping humanity. We want to help those who are recently displaced and have fallen due to extenuating circumstances, anywhere from living paycheck-to-paycheck to living on the streets. These are individuals who have the desire to seek help regardless of the economic hardship they are facing.
Sidney Ahn originally founded this organization and was able to bring it to fruition with the help of Stacy and Jimmy. Sidney grew up in the East Bay since 1968. Then in 2001, he and his family experienced first-hand what it was like to be homeless without any support. He vowed that if and when he could, he would give back to his community by helping those in similar situations. Thus, the idea of TWP Fund was born.
In many cases, homelessness is not an overnight process; it is the combination of many factors that occur over time that leads to a person's inability to afford sustainable living. TWP Fund's goal is to provide outreach programs by identifying, engaging, and helping the underserved population before they experience long-term homelessness. TWP Fund hopes to lend a hand to these individuals by providing life essentials, financial education, and other resources they need to get back on their feet.
We acknowledge that support programs are not “one size fits all.” In order to optimize our service, each individual’s circumstance will be assessed by taking into account immediate needs as well as short-term and long term goals. This will guide TWP to effectively equip and empower individuals to regain control, harness optimism, and feel whole again.
We partner and coordinate with diverse charities to refer our clients to other existing business programs and organizations based on their specific needs. Tri Valley Wholeness Project is not faith-based and does not discriminate based on religion, race, gender, sexual-orientation, or national origin.
Our hope is to unify our community and create a safe environment where underserved individuals can come to get the support they need to build a self-sufficient future.