We are creating a basketball camp that incorporates basic personal finance lessons for kids in low-income Los Angeles communities. The Camp will be free to these kids. This is our innovative way of promoting the importance of both athletic and financial health to local youth. The basketball instructor will be an experienced college coach with ties to current players and the financial instructors will be trained activists with a desire to educate future generations!
A start-up by students of IIT Kharagpur, offers a unique product "SolarEX", which harnesses the entire spectrum of the light giving an efficiency 44% compared to 10-12% in Solar PV and 25% in CSP technology.
I wrote a book about helping people surviving in a down economy. It was very successful, but people needed more info. I need funding to expand the book and give it away.
Australia is a first-world nation but 80% of young people in remote and rural indigenous communities cannot read. We continue to help 3rd world countries in need but not our own neighbours. Bus Of Books want to change that.
$27. 27 Gumballs. 1 week to raise money for poverty alleviation. What will you do?
I am creating a fundraising Charity to support people who wish to participate in Cancer related events. A "Shirt Of Shirts" (SOS) is the focus, with a companion book, telling the stories of people affected by cancer.
Strings Attached provides music education, music literacy skills and guitar studies to St. Louis youth ages 5-17 within the context of American roots music. The project gets youth involved in community performance and student recordings of classic American musical forms.
Our team has created a sustainable business model that will save large cities millions of dollars while saving homeowners money on their electric bill.
FreedomFest at the Farm is the brainchild of a collection of new and old friends with the goal of providing a local, sustainable format for musicians and artists to showcase their craft and promote their art while providing a fun and safe time for all involved. We are donating 80% of our proceeds to two non-profit organizations, ecoFredericton and The Angel Fund at the St. Stephen animal hospital.
Developing open source scrap makeable appropriate technologies and taking them to the world, starting in Asia and the Middle East in 2013.