We want to help people have better experiences while using their mobility aids in their communities. By understanding how and why people choose to personalize their mobility aids (like scooters, wheelchairs, walkers etc.) we can design for greater uptake and use of these mobility devices for better health outcomes (less falls, better quality of life). We would thus like to launch a video project to mark the importance of this cause and to raise awareness for project MAPx..
We provide sexual and reproductive healthcare to low-income women. We are using innovative delivery models to provide to hard-to-reach populations that are willing to pay profitable prices for high-quality services.
We work to encourage solidarity, empowerment, and self-expression through the arts amongst children from disadvantaged backgrounds around the world.
Through the game of squash, Squashibility encourages youths to build self-esteem, embrace their unique potential, and pursue positive life goals.
TGCS aims to make trainings in the Virtues Project accessible widely to Baltimore City residents at low or no cost and provide a compensated venue for local facilitators to apply their skills and serve individuals and community agencies interested in adopting the process.
Under Privilege Children education,food shelter to the needy and church construction
The weekly Soup at Spaulding dinner brings together the Corktown and Detroit communities to raise money for local projects as well as rehabilitation support for Spaulding Court, a community owned castle complex.
G4GUSA changes lives and builds healthy communities by empowering and educating girls in developing countries.
Power Inverted is a market-based energy exchange system that empowers low income families to own their own means to clean and sustainable energy generation over an eight to ten year timeframe resulting in a lifetime savings between $10,000 to $15,000 per family.
We use 800 pounds of dog food a week to feed 150 dogs. These wonderful dogs are unadoptable and will live their lives out at the sanctuary. Can you help us purchase food?