Be an Advocate

Through our nonprofit advocacy services, TAC partners with small faith-based nonprofits to empower and equip the communities where we serve. Below is a list of our current community projects that you can be a part of;
just click on the links below to be directed to their individual websites.


The Samuel Project

Samuel Turner had a heart for the underserved and impoverished. He served tirelessly along side our Founders in the inner city streets of Chattanooga, Ft Lauderdale and Miami. 

The Samuel Project is created in his honor as a way to combat conflict and social injustice in communities dealing with income and housing inequality. 

Through The Samuel Project, TAC comes alongside other nonprofits working to combat income inequality and social injustice, encouraging and equipping those they serve.

Email us for more information on our partner nonprofits and agencies in your area. 

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Coeur Assemble, Inc.

Haiti has experienced a 150 percent increase in the number of orphanages since the 2010 earthquake, with only 15 percent of orphanages officially registered with the government.

The pandemic halted most efforts.

Then, in 2021, a 7.2-magnitude earthquake hit the southern region, devastating the homes of most families who were enrolled in the foster care system.

In response to this need, TAC has partnered with Coeur Assemble, Inc., a faith-based nonprofit organized to offer sustainable housing, educational, and medical assistance for those children in Haiti who are victims of social injustice and income inequality.

Community development in this area helps provide nutritious meals, clothes, healthcare, and education to orphaned children experiencing income inequality and social justice in Haiti.

You can be a part of this work, too! Just click the image above to be directed to their website.