To encourage, educate and assist in the improvement of our most natural resources: Family.

We are committed to providing workshops, housing opportunities, resources and referrals specific to our target population of adolescents and adults, some of whom suffer from chronic incarceration, mental health, medical and substance abuse related illnesses. The FARM will serve to cultivate an environment of positive pro-social change in communities stricken with poverty, regardless of one’s background.




As an advocate for family reunification, healthy children and father inclusion, Keston often quotes Frederick Douglass’ statement, “It is easier to build strong children than repair broken men” 

Keston brings years of experience working in the field of father involvement and mentoring. He holds a MHS degree from Lincoln University, and graduated with Honors. Keston is currently enrolled in Yeshiva University pursuing his PhD in Social Welfare. Keston has presented on fatherhood, male engagement, and incarceration at conferences for the National Association of Social Workers, New York State Social Work Education Association, Penn State University, Bronx and Manhattan family court, to name a few, as well as featured on numerous panels.