Problem 1

Problem 1

There are about 15,000 18-24-year-old college students and young adults in Sioux Falls and only 5% are actively plugged into a home church.

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Isabelle Maloski
Solution 1

Solution 1

tre is a place for anyone, but most especially college students and young adults to gather and experience community, belonging, and Christ in a welcoming atmosphere.

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Isabelle Maloski
Problem 2

Problem 2

There isn’t a physical space with programing explicitly geared towards college students and young adults that helps to identify their gifts and talents, encourage their growth, and redirect them to a place where those gifts and talents can be applied.

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Isabelle Maloski
Solution 2

Solution 2

tre desires to be a launching pad for our up and coming community leaders. We desire to see college students and young adults come through the doors, get connected with churches, ministries, and non-profits that match their passions and can help cultivate their giftings by offering them opportunities to explore purpose and potential. 

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Isabelle Maloski
Problem 3

Problem 3

We have many amazing churches, ministries, and non-profits in our community, but we don’t always know about each other or have a way to be collectively informed about each of our missions, visions or activities. This can unintentionally cause miscommunication, repetition, and competition. 

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Isabelle Maloski
Solution 3

Solution 3

tre is committed to promoting a level, agenda free platform that fosters relationships. We provide an online collaborative community catalog for local churches, ministries, and non-profits. This interactive database connects generations and callings to unify our city and the Kingdom. 

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Isabelle Maloski