Who We Are
The mission of the Fourth Man Foundation (FMF) is to empower and to develop immigrant and socioeconomically disadvantaged communities through education, entrepreneurship, and sustainable programming. FMF seeks to identify and assist African Americans and new African immigrants, and other racial/ethnic minorities with becoming well-adjusted and fully contributing members of the United States workforce through financial literacy, community outreach, and entrepreneurship. FMF was established in January of 2001 as an international faith-based organization, primarily focused on creating awareness and providing ongoing mentoring in the areas of education, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy.
In 2003 Jireh Community International School (JCIS) was founded as a private not for profit institution. Our focus is to train and equip future generational..
Through our connection with the chaplains, FMF is a vital point of contact for individuals in need of spiritual guidance and direction.