Global Transformation Foundation

 

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NCCM Transformation Foundation

The NCCM Transformation Foundation, founded in 2016 by the Niccum family, exists to bring about transformation in individuals, families, communities and nations for the glory of God.

The Foundation currently operates three programs. The first and most popular is Vehicles for Vocations. Reliable transportation can make all the difference for working low-income families and individuals seeking to improve their quality of life. We have so far provided nine vehicles to members of the River Falls community, and these vehicles have been used to transport individuals to doctor's appointments, GED classes, employment and more!

The Entrepreneurship Project seeks to help aspiring business owners get started in their business. Grants, loans and/or marketing assistance is given upon approval. This program is meant for motivated persons looking for the means to pursue their passion and increase their quality of life. 

Finally, the NCCM Transformation Foundation partners with other programs they identify as having a true impact in communities, societies and the world. We currently have on-going partnerships with ten different organizations to provide educational, physical, spiritual and emotional support to those in need. Examples of services our partners provide are feeding and ministering to the homeless and supporting quality education in at-risk areas. Our most recent partnership is with the Parks and Recreational Baseball and T-Ball program; by partnering with this program, baseball and t-ball remain affordable for local families for summer 2019.

To learn more about our work, please explore our Transformation Foundation website.

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Our Focus

The NCCM Transformation Foundation sponsors a number of global and local outreaches designed to serve those in need. These individuals and organizations range from local food pantries to outreaches half-way around the world.

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