2017 Grantee: Pathfinder Center

Native Americans represent about 1% of the population of the United States; and 28% of the Native American community lives in poverty (compared to 14.5% of the broader US population).  This extreme poverty leads to poor education, lack of work opportunities, poor...

2015 Grantee: STOP India, New Delhi, India

STOP India is a groundbreaking program designed to rescue and rehabilitate child victims of human trafficking and sexual slavery.  STOP India manages a safe house and school for young survivors, and provides trauma counseling, medical and health care, education, and...

2013 Beneficiary: Pathfinder International

Pathfinder International champions sexual and reproductive health and rights worldwide, mobilizing communities most in need to break through barriers and forge their own path to a healthier future.

2012 Beneficiary: International Midwife Assistance (IMA)

Uganda: Funded the Soroti, Uganda Clinic – no deaths in childbirth in 2012. IMA offers general medical care, prenatal, vaccination, family planning services and a birth center, to help the poorest of the poor in the Teso region of Uganda. Achieved a 0% maternal...

2010 Beneficiary: Bicycles for Humanity (B4H)

Namibia, Kenya: Established 6 bikes shops – mobilized over 2500 villagers for work, school, health visits. B4H empowers many in the developing world with the gift of mobility delivered by a bicycle. The economy of these nations makes it almost impossible for...

2009 Beneficiary: Global Education Fund

Kenya: Funded the Leadership Program in Kenya for one year; 19 scholars graduated. Improving the lives of children living in poverty around the world through education. http://www.globaleducationfund.org/our-programs/leadership-program...