How we serve 

Community Outreach
Together We Can teams up with churches, colleges, and organizations in efforts to provide labor, education, and services to communities throughout New York City, Rochester, and Guatemala
TWC Talks
Together We Can seeks to invite people from different parts of the nation to share their personal stories and adversities they have overcome
Together We Can offers mentoring to Children who are under the age of 18 in high school to develop leadership skills and gain knowledge on how to create change within the communities they live

What we are about

Together We Can is a nonprofit organization that offers education, support, and services to inner-city civilians. Our team's vision is to encourage people to become more active in their communities through politics and community service. The ongoing goal of this project is to create a more aware society as well as encourage leadership and the development of community changing skills.      



Year Established

Meet some of our team

Michael Mingo


Born and raised in the Bronx, New York Mr. Mingo is dedicated to giving back to inner city communities through law and policy. Mr. Mingo studied Criminal Justice at Onondaga Community College where he graduated at the very top of his class and finished at Roberts Wesleyan College. He is currently pursuing a Law Degree in New York City and has future hopes of running for New York's 15th District. 

Dakota Lutz


Born in Sayre, Pennsylvania, and raised in Avon, New York, Mr. Lutz has had a passion in becoming an educator for his entire life. Mr. Lutz studied Physical Education at Roberts Wesleyan College and is among the top graduates in his class as he won the National Outstanding Major Award. He plans to use his skills in the education field toward helping children develop important life skills. 

Kathryn Henriquez

(Media Director)

Born and Raised in Rochester, New York, Ms. Henriquez might be one of the youngest on the team, but her early leadership development and stellar success throughout high school earned her a valuable position. Ms. Henriquez is a caregiver by heart and plans to extend herself to youths in the city of Rochester. Ms. Henriquez cruised through high school with many honors. These accomplishments earned her a scholarship to Roberts Wesleyan College where she is studying Liberal Arts and is the leading media director for the diversity club. 

Contact us 


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