Check out our projects across the USA and the world backed by our values of justice, culture and self-sustainability.
Affordable housing Development.
IDPCS's mission is to change the definition of low-cost, attainable housing. We are a national nonprofit organization aiming to create a more compassionate society where healthy communities and the potential of every individual are realized.
We take part in creation of community alliances, and the maintenance, administration, and/or financing of affordable program-enhanced housing around the nation. By acquiring & upgrading pre-existing dwellings, as well as creating new, reasonably priced rental homes, we live up to our creed of cultural preservation and sustainable development in disadvantaged communities.
Restoration of looted art & Culture.
Don Burris, our Founder, and his win in the 6-3 decision remains the most direct recognition by the United States Supreme Court of the rights of a Holocaust survivor to reclaim stolen artwork many years after the destruction of Hitler’s evil Third Reich. See Republic of Austria v. Altmann, 541 U.S. 677 (2004). There are still hundreds of thousands of lost and unrecovered cultural artifacts and a diligent part of our non-profit's mission.
Following our first ever water project in Ghana, where our team built a borehole and empowered women to run it, part of our mission is to continue building and providing communities in the developing world with the one of the most important needs: water.
SATURDAYS & School.
Providing additional schooling on Saturdays is a crucial necessity in IDPCS's targeted communities. It is essential to provide life skills for underprivileged youth through literacy projects which will enhance their lifelong learning skills. The IDPCS mission is to enrich literacy skills and motivate and empower adolescents to be better prepared to succeed in the 21st Century.