The solution is the advancement and fostering of school readiness in Puerto Rico, ensuring that children develop the necessary skills to pass successfully the first grade of school, thus maximizing their chances to attain their full potential and have a fulfilling and healthy live in the future. We aim to achieve this through community empowerment and education. Seeding the Future is a program that strives for the development of a new generation, based on a comprehensive view of the child that includes cognitive, social-emotional, and physical development, as well as the ability of the family and the community to provide a supportive environment. Towards this end, we align community resources to ensure that all children in Puerto Rico, from 0 to 6 years of age, are raised in environments of care and with the support they need to reach their full potential and approve first grade of school. We assume a prevention standpoint, connecting in one system different campaigns to develop educational programs that rises further awareness and advocate for cognitive stimulation, nutrition, physical and recreational activities, socio-emotional development, professional training, breastfeeding education, public health, and other related activities to encourage affirmative action through multiple sectors and stakeholders. The most promising aspects to ensure the attainment of our goal is that we use a Community Impact Model to develop long lasting changes in the community. We mobilize communities to understand their needs and projects, then measure and conduct evidence accountability to be able to identify and share the social changes that are developed, and finally uses evidence-based practices to ensure that the strategies utilized by the project have produced the results established by our objectives. On the other hand, we also use a Collective Impact Model to unify the efforts of multiple sectors, a coalition of sorts, towards the same goal. This model is based on identifying common agendas and goals among different sectors of society; groups that must share measurements (statistics/impact, etc.); the development of mutual impact activities that avoid duplicity; continuous communication between all parties involved; and having us as the organization that coordinates all the efforts that are made by the interested groups. The core work of the coalition consists in community interventions that follow the "Train the Trainer" model, which seeks to educate a key person in the community, a leader who through his/her work or daily life influences others.