Mission: Serve our area families and individuals with compassionate acts of love. Encourage, educate, and nourish our children as a servant-hearted expression of Jesus Christ

After years of spending time in our schools, neighborhoods, and churches, our team at Selfless Ambition has heard a common refrain: our community has largely forgotten what it means to be neighbors to one another. Yet one of the central teachings of Jesus was to ‘love your neighbor as yourself.’

Our top priority is the children in our schools and our neighborhoods;
• their education,
• access to nutritious and sufficient food to enable them to grow up healthy,
• to be successful in our schools,
• to be tomorrow's leaders in our communities.

We want to work together with area churches and individuals to serve all of our children but especially those who have been left behind. We want to join with people of faith all over the city and declare the school achievement gap between our white children and our children of color an affront to God and our faith.


We want to bring the Church out of its buildings and into schools and neighborhoods. Come alongside the students as tutors, mentors, and to help provide the nourishing food children require. Join us in serving the children right where they are at, in school and neighborhood centers.

We want to listen to the needs expressed by those of our neighbors who are struggling and work together with them on solutions.


The only way for Selfless Ambition to see our vision come to life is by partnering with the vibrant, diverse churches and children of God in Dane County. We’re eager to partner with you, either as a church or as an individual.

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“The most important one (commandment),” answered Jesus, “is this: ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’

The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.
Mark 12:29-31