named in honor of
12/31/57 - 3/13/03
The Andy Abrams Foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 2018 in honor of the legacy of the late Reverend Andrew Abrams from Chicago, IL. Andy Abrams served in full-time ministry by providing training to low income individuals in Jackson, MS to be first time home owners and through developing leaders for over 25 years before he passed away on March 13, 2003. His youngest son and daughter teamed up to help establish this foundation in order to equip, prepare, and develop leaders for entrepreneurship in both profit and nonprofit sectors through quality mentorship, strategic networking, rebuilding brokenness in the neighborhood, and providing on-going financial partnership to underfunded missionary staff.
Check out the video below as we describe the vision of our current project.
As part of our vision, The Andy Abrams Foundation aims to establish a transformative discipleship house that will serve as a beacon of growth, learning, and community. This intentional living space, currently undergoing renovation, will provide a nurturing environment where young leaders can thrive and develop holistically. Through our discipleship house, we envision a place where individuals from diverse backgrounds come together to cultivate their leadership skills, deepen their spiritual growth, and form lifelong connections.
While the renovation of the discipleship house is still underway, we are excited about the possibilities it holds. We invite you to join us on this journey of transformation as we build a community that strengthens leaders, nurtures potential, and empowers individuals to make a lasting impact on the world around them. Together, let's shape the future, one leader at a time