Teaching kids to make better life choices through careful thought and consideration using the medium of chess.
The Make Music Project is a collection of artists of all mediums collaborating with each other with the hope of promoting music and the advancement of our music and art.
Patient non-adherence is estimated to cost the healthcare system $300 billion annually! There is an urgent need to improve patient adherence in order to close the quality gap and reduce costs. We hope to achieve this by focusing on patient engagement, education, and empowerment via customized, comprehensive, and creative educational and disease management solutions.
Blueprint for a Dream is focused on helping nonprofits measure their impact on the community. By developing performance metrics that are unique to the social and civic sectors, we believe that we can encourage greater investment in programs designed to help strengthen rural communities in the United States. The social enterprise model allows us to quickly adjust to market needs for data, while keeping our goal of building stronger communities from the inside-out at the fore-front of everything we do.
Increasing transparency and access to alternative healthcare practitioners to help Canadians live longer and healthier.
Our mission is to shoe underprivileged children in a sustainable fashion. For each 100% recycled sandal we sell, we give one back to an needy child.
Swaziland has the highest HIV prevalence in the world with over 42% HIV+. AIDS related deaths have resulted in over 120,000 OVCs. At this point, the number of orphans has far exceeded the number of potential caregivers creating a child-headed household phenomenon where children as young as 12 are forced to raise their younger brothers and sisters with no access to resources. Give Hope, Fight Poverty exists to empower these orphaned children through education, nutrition, psychosocial support, healthcare, and safety. Visit us: www.ifightpoverty.org or www.facebook.com/GiveHopeFightPoverty
Our vision is to reinvent the way American's view themselves and view respect. What respect means to different individuals and its effect on our communities.
The Caterpillar Hill Initiative (CHI) Earth Consortium plans to purchase a historic 10 acre parcel with a 225 degree view and utilize it to connect people to the natural world through art, education, recreational programs, and events.