Pink for Pam® is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation founded in 2010 which provides cancer patients with funds to obtain complementary wellness services, fitness programs and self-care products and services. Pink for Pam provides cancer fighters with tools to live full lives during treatment; to develop and maintain a positive, powerful, and healthy mind, body, and spirit.
Rebuild an abandoned house using green tech, reserve it for efficiency, affordable, undermarket units for disabled adults
We believe that we have a spiritual and moral obligation to care for those who have given so much to serve and protect us. Our men and women deserve so much more than what they have been receiving.
Djarragun Enterprises Limited is a non for profit business that provides an industry-based employment pathway for young indigenous people from around Far North Queensland. We operate as a ‘social enterprise’ and the indigenous crew members who work in our enterprises all earn award wages with profits reinvested to both help grow the business and provide support for future skilled workers. We currently operate three enterprises: Construction, Building Services and Landscaping & Yard Maintenance. .
I started in 2006 underneath the nomad surf shop in the extraordinary town of ocean ridge, fl. Leaving my teaching career to launch a campaign called "save a teen donate a giant" and my vision as an educator is listed below.Halting school-age obsesity across america, grooming students for success in a sustainable global society, creating the healthiest role models for our students , and safely planting cardiovascular seeds of health & wellness in your hearts. Healthy hearts equals healthy academics! Our motto is "dollars a day halts school-age obesity our way."
We want to order a BBQ trailer that can be shared amoungst local community groups such as clubs, as a fundraiser.
Green Vet provides green job skills training and material support services to veterans, native americans, and others
We are launching a craft coffee shop in Pasadena to provide employment and a skill set for homeless and "transitional aged youth."
We are six dental students from the University of North Carolina School of Dentistry travelling to Kampala and the Nakasongola region of Uganda to provide provide oral hygiene education, toothbrushes, toothpaste, and relief care. This project hopes to create a sustainable initiative where that will help stop the cycle that is currently ending in dental disease and pain for many of the citizens of Uganda.