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OUR FOUNDATION PROUDLY
SPONSORS A NUMBER OF PROJECTS
AND INITIATIVES LOCALLY,
NATIONALLY, AND INTERNATIONALLY

OUR PROJECTS

HEALTH and MENTAL HEALTH INITIATIVES FOR UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS

Americans for International Aid and Adoption - $6,435 from 2009 - 2012 to support street orphans in Kathmandu, Nepal, Providing food, clothing, housing, medical care, education.

YWCA OF Bangalore, India - $2,450 from 2009 - 2023 - awarded to We Build People Project to support at-risk women and children by providing education, job training, and meals

St. Paul Center for Hope and Healing, Cary, NC - $2,000 from 2011 - 2012 to provide health and mental health resources and services to at-risk underserved communities.

Duke Center for Integrative Medicine, Duke Medical Center, Durham NC - $2,000 from 2009 - 2019 to provide scholarships for under resourced individuals to attend health and mental health classes, workshops, retreats offered by Duke Integrative Medicine

Stone House Retreat Center - $900 awarded from 2011 - 2012 to provide scholarships to health and mental health providers, and clergy for respite retreats

Individual Scholarships - $2,700 for Health and Mental Health Medical Needs, Education, Workshops, and Retreats

St Claire Health Mission Clinic, Sparta, Wisconsin - $500 awarded in 2009 to offer free Medical and Mental Health services to under-resourced and under-served individuals and families

Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, Durgapur Mission, Durgapur, West Bengal,India - $100 awarded in 11/2009 to support education and meals for those in need

Resources for Seniors - $500 awarded in 2014 - to support a spectrum of health, mental health, transportation, home care, housing, etc. services to seniors in NC

El Futuro - $500 awarded in 2013 to offer mental health services for underserved Hispanic individuals and families

Holly Springs United Methodist Church - $1,000 awarded in 2015 to purchase hearing technology for the church to assist those in need

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HEALTH AND MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH for UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS

North Carolina Central University, Dept of Counseling, Durham, NC - 10/2014 - Grant Award of $750 - "Resiliency Among Survivors of Domestic Violence" - Primary Investigator Rita Schabel, MS, LPC

SonoRelief Research Study, Cary Medical Clinic, Cary, NC - Grant Award of $600 in 2016 for "SonoRelief: Stress Reduction Technology for Those with Medical Conditions"- Primary Investigators, Anish and Neelu Agarwal, MD

University of North Carolina, Dept of Nursing - 7/2017 –Grant Award of $2,000 - "Perspectives of Stress, Psychological Distress and Self-care Among Pregnant African American Women: An exploration of intersectional and integrative factors to help women and their healthcare providers understand and reduce stress-related risk for adverse birth outcomes" - Primary Investigator, Karen Sheffield, Ph.D.

Gynecological Cancer Research Foundation - $500 awarded in 2010

Lymphoma and Leukemia Society - $1000 awarded in 2013

M.J Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research - $300 awarded in 2014

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EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS FOR UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS

Society for Excellence in Education - Project Dadawas, Dadawas Village in Pataudi, Gurgaon of Haryan - $2,075 awarded from 2008 - 2012 to support students in need of food, clothing, housing, educational materials

Individual Scholarships for Higher Education and Medical School, US - $4.150 awarded from 2010 - 2020 to under served students in need

International Montessori School, Durham, NC - $1,300 awarded from 2011 - 2015 - to provide tuition scholarships for underresourced students

Holly Springs Rotary Club, Education Committee - $1,200 awarded from 2008 - 2012 to provide college scholarships for under-resourced students

Empower Nepal Amppipal Village, Palungtar, Gorkha District, Nepal - $500 awarded in 12/2007 to fund computers and build a computer lab for Amppipal School District

The Alice Project -$300 awarded to 2010 - Italy - School Program founded on Mindfulness and Universal Spiritual Principles (includes providing food, medicine, etc to those in need)

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HEALING ARTS SCHOLARSHIPS and INITIATIVES FOR UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS

Writing to Heal, NC - $8,300 awarded from 2009 - 2012 to provide scholarships for individuals with medical or mental health needs attending workshops on using writing as a vehicle for healing.

Documentary Film on The Power of Arts in Mental Health Healing, NC - $7,000 awarded in 2019 to Ajit Anthony Prem, Film-Maker and Tripp Jarvis, Artist, "Temple of the Heart" found on www.TrippJarvis.com

Visual Arts and Healing, NC - $4,770 awarded from 1009 - 2012 for individual scholarships to under-resourced individuals using the visual arts for healing

Holly Springs Rotary Club, Education Committee - $1,200 awarded from 2008 - 2012 to provide college scholarships for under-resourced students

Holly Springs, NC Arts Council Healing Arts Initiative - $1,300 awarded from 2014 - 2016 to offer the community the experience of participating in healing art practices

Liberty Arts Healing Arts Initiative, Durham NC, - $1,000 awarded in 2017 to offer healing arts experiences for those in need in underserved communities

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