Rev. Dito's passion for community outreach has been evident in his life since 9/11, when his family and community were greatly impacted by that national tragedy. Since then, he's organized community outreaches during Hurricane Katrina, Irene and most notably-Hurricane Sandy. His heart has always been to launch a
"Dream Center" whereas the entire community can
come together to care for, love, help and support one another. The
Pandemic of COVID19 has certainly catapulted that vision to be a reality.
Jeremiah was born in Kibera, Kenya, the second largest slum in Africa, where his parents struggled to provide basic needs. He knows what poverty is & how lack of food, clothes, shoes, books & basic needs impacts a family & the community in general. Through a non profit organization established by his father he served families & orphans with foods & clothes. Upon migrating to the USA, Jeremiah has continued to be passionate in serving those who are less fortunate through outreaches in Philadelphia, Wilmington & Newark. His heart is driven to searching and providing leadership solutions to needs facing families in the Newark area during this time of the COVID19 pandemic through the Delaware Regional Dream Center.