ABOUT HFA Charlotte

We are dedicated to improving health and education for all people regardless of gender, race,
religion, sexual orientation, age, country of origin,economic or social background.


Who We Are

We are a group of honest and diverse board members who dedicate our services to the public. Hope For All- HFA of Charlotte is a nonprofit 501(c)(3), tax exempt organization that was founded on the idea that world challenges can be resolved by empowering people across the globe with the resources to achieve their dreams, hopes through education and improve their health to make our world a better place to live.

Mission: (Our purpose) we are dedicated to improve health, education and enhance hope for all regardless of their gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, age, country of origin, economic or social backgrounds.

Vision: (what we intend to accomplish in the future) to be the leading destination for mobile health screening services and health education for adults; to mentor and tutor diverse and underprivileged youth ages from 6 to 10 years to meet academic challenges. Finally, to partner with public and /or private organization to provide second chance job training and placement for underprivileged veterans, homeless and incarcerated individuals as a a part of social reintegration.

Hope for All- HFA of Charlotte was founded based on Matala’s childhood experiences in the Democratic Republic of Congo, formerly known as Zaire. As a teenager, he had witnessed countless numbers of deaths of children and adults caused by preventable diseases, such as malaria and cholera that had spread through contaminated food and water due to lack of access resources. He had also witnessed exaggerating numbers of school dropouts, people battling homelessness, teen pregnancies, drug abuse, sexual exploitation and violence in times of war. He knew at that time that he needed to take a stand and do something to save and bring hope in Congo for the current generation and generations to come, but he was unsure of how to do it.

When Matala received an invitation to pursue his education to America, he knew then that it was an opportunity of a lifetime to create a platform to improve education, restore hope, and eliminate disparities in Congo. When he arrived in Charlotte, he realized that many people in the United States have been facing some of the same problems that he had previously endured in Congo as a teenager.

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