Many millennials have been experiencing a disconnect with traditional institutions (i.e. the government, the church, the educational/vocational system, marriage, etc.) and are left wandering on their own to find solutions. For adults in their mid-20’s to mid-’40s, we are trying the best we can to navigate through one or more of the many struggles of adulthood. For many of us, this may include having relationship issues, more education or work and career struggles, battling depression and/or anxiety, loneliness, and isolation, addiction, identity crisis, or seeking spiritual growth and clarity, and learning how to balance it all and stay healthy.
This generation is not comfortable with dysfunction – in their own lives or in our world. They want things to change for the better, but often don’t have the resources, knowledge, or community support we need to make these changes. That’s where Room 116 is here to help.
We all have problems; and some problems are easy fixes when you’ve been connected with the right people and the right resources. Our goal is to facilitate these connections.
- Provide long-term campaign planning
- Reduce our long term administration costs
- Remain fiercely independent and unbiased
- Regular updates on what's happening in our priority campaigns
- Invitations to events and other exciting opportunities to take action