Our Mission & Vision

Our Mission & Vision

Our Mission is to utilize existing tested data and successful strategies added with field experiences that will produce better outcomes that includes invested stakeholder to jointly implemented solutions at the neighborhood level.   

Our Vision is to see a ten percent decrease in complaints and municipal service delivers as well as the private sector providers.  

Our Goal is to submit one million dollars in request for funding to fully staff and train five teams of three staff per subdivision by the end of 2024.

Our Mission is to increase municipal service delivery to marginalize subdivisions. By investing in stakeholders and reverse engineering problems into solutions.

Our Vision is to see a ten percent decrease in resident complaints and a significant increase in municipal service deliveries, demonstrating the tangible impact of our work.

Our Goal is to submit one million dollars in request for funding to fully staff and train five teams of three staff per subdivision by the end of 2024.

Our Objective is to grow our service capacity along with revenue receivables. That will allow us to operate our strategies in multiples of five subdivisions per-year.  

Our Objective is to grow and significantly expand our service capacity and revenues. This growth will allow us to operate our strategies in multiple subdivisions annually. 

Our Leadership Team

  • Founder & CEO, Charles X White

Our Board Members

  • Chairman Jacques D. Denkins, DMin. 
  • Secretary/Treasurer, Sonya Muhammad
  • Member, Charles Gilford, MA., Businessman 
  • Member, Byron Jones, Pastor & Businessman
Board Meetings Schedule: The Second Monday in January and June from 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon

Regular and flexible board meetings that include policy development, training, and accounting, ensure our ability to address the organization’s needs.


  • Jasmine Ayers, BA.
  • Alexander Gonzales 

Consultant Services 

  • Ann McCoy, Ph.D. Psychologist
  • Girtha William, Social Worker
  • George Baugh, CPA

We make sustainable and scalable improvements that are functional.

Charity Productions has been in the field of reducing service gaps for nearly forty years, and we have found measures that will close service gaps administered by the public and private sectors. Our new and improved methods are rooted in scalable procedures with multi-directional applications.

We are operating in our thirty-eighth year on a 75% self-funded budget with 25% through public contributions. We have a five-member board of directors. We operate with standard accounting procedures and a local CPA, and payrolls service.

Trust the Science
Charity Productions is a data-driven, community-focused entity working with scholars, scientists, and practitioners to discover sustainable solutions based on needs, data collection, experiments, and analytics.

“Our task involves integrating scientific methods and mathematical calculations that organize social and community capital into a positive force multiplier in reducing generational service gaps in vulnerable populations.”

— Charles X White
Our Purpose

Our purpose is to expand and distribute demonstrated successes on a larger scale utilizing institutional community knowledge and assets that allow us to avoid traditional pitfalls experienced by various service providers, municipalities, NGOs, and CBOs.

Our Process
Our process includes upgrading Indigenous stakeholders’ resources and bankable assets, converting those assets into evidence-based practices, and evolving into high-performing, resilient groups of consumers regardless of zip code.

Our Objective

Our objective involves using scientific methods for projects directed toward underserved populated neighborhoods by co-partnering citizens-staffed neighborhood resource service hubs.

Our Method

Our method involves supplying trained, vetted, and invested stakeholders to mitigate and augment the human resources shortage touted by providers and elected officials.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

 Knowledge, Process, Research, Evaluation, Stages of Development, and Consistency

Our drill-down cross-cultural marketing features provide us with an honest broker status that interactions accelerate service gap reduction. Gap closure pathways have always existed, even for underserved populations with unmet needs. 

Our drill-down and cross-cultural marketing features provide a standard table of needs and service gap solutions with pathways that reach underserved stakeholders.


According to an established pattern of published research, disparities in all categories have remained in a state of decline with gaps. Improvements are delayed in neighborhoods described as vulnerable or marginal; however, the slow improvement process can be significantly accelerated and sustained with the power of science and evidence-based research applications over time. There are many additional must-have ingredients, such as advocacy, funding, and training.

Change is a process that is delayed in neighborhoods described as vulnerable or marginal, however, that can change with evidence-based research applications over time, a consutomer satisfaction and funding.

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