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G2O - a Life-Enriching Mission-Based Not-for-Profit 501©3 (G2O)

Mission: Advocating well-being: committed to helping others pursue excellence (H.O.P.E) in family wellness as an active life goal to improve youth wellness.


 Dedicated to fostering the well-being of children & families through awareness and a commitment to the      prevention of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).* Aiding in creating and sustaining safe, stable, nurturing

                   relationships and environments to help children reach their full potential.


                                                               Grace to Overcome will be known by 2039 for

                                            a.  Transforming challenged lives to wholeness, wellness and safety
                                            b.  Sharing a template of success for other communities to follow
      c.  Have a national footprint for both our Mission and Vision


                                                         In support of our Mission we provide

                                                                                    Community outreach

                                                                        Educational services and outreach


        Core Beliefs

  • Adverse childhood experiences (ACE’s) can have lasting, negative effects

on health, well-being, and opportunity.


  • Collaboration with a common goal.

“When “I” is replaced with “We” even illness becomes wellness” Malcom X


  • It takes strong, safe and healthy families to build strong, safe and healthy kids.


  • Getting to the Root is where the healing begins.




Ernie Davis Awareness

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Ernest Davis character scholarship – In honor and memory of Ernie Davis, to inspire other youth to model the character and conduct of Ernie Davis. Awarded to youth who exemplify and empowering other youth to be game changers for good in their schools and community through their conduct and character. The mannerism of Ernie Davis stands as a beacon of hope for youth, demonstrating that through adversity, hard work and perseverance dreams can prevail and unity and harmony exist.  Ernie Davis was not only an exceptional athlete but a loyal friend, a dedicated student, a strong member of his community, and a humanitarian.  The EDCE & Mentoring program was inspirited by Bruce Jefferson’s, 2016 Spread the Word Ernie Davis scholarship project.  He highlights the message behind Davis quote “Football is just a game. What matters is what you play for.” and encouraging youth through learning and living good values of Respect, Kindness, Integrity, Courage, Hardworking, Humility and Peaceful that Ernie Davis displayed throughout his short life of 23 years.

The CDC-Kaiser Permanente adverse childhood experiences (ACE) study is one of the largest investigations of childhood abuse and neglect and household challenges and later-life health and well-being. The original ACE study was conducted at Kaiser Permanente from 1995 to 1997 with two waves of data collection. Over 17,000 Health Maintenance Organization members from Southern California receiving physical exams completed confidential surveys regarding their childhood experiences and current health status and behaviors. See link for more information:

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