Co.Existence is the title of a series of full-length documentary films that will be made with funding support from this campaign.
From the Northern Territory of Australia to the plains of the United States and elsewhere across the planet, human civilization is faced with the extinction of indigenous wisdom that has been there for thousands of years. This tragedy is being played out most profoundly in the fragile lands of the Victoria River region of the Northern Territory of Australia, Paul Taylor’s homeland.
Amy is the love of Elmer Dalton’s life. She has been dealing with Multiple Sclerosis for 25 years. Elmer has been able to support Amy with many of her needs including a van that allows Amy to get in and out easily.
Roxana and Jim are seeking funding for the re-initiation of their project which helps kids (and adults) at risk in the small Mexican village of Tepoztlan where they have lived and worked for many years. Contributions will cover Roxana’s and Jim’s part time community service of 6 hours per week for a duration of six months plus expenses for the materials used to create stilts and drums for as many as 20 participants. This means it will be cost free for the community.
Down the road from government house their is a little place called "The friendship Inn" and it’s owner John Foley. He’s a quiet Irish business man who is getting on with life.
How Can I Keep from Singing pays tribute to the music of Eva Cassidy – A North American treasure. Featuring the talented and versatile vocalist, Cayla Brooke, the show takes you on a journey from Eva Cassidy’s humble beginnings in Washington DC, to some of her most magical moments on stage and ultimately her untimely death in 1996.
As a youngster, James DePelma (Rainbow Bridge Group CEO) often used to bring stray dogs home, only to have his mother say he could not keep them. So off the dogs went to the pound, where James knew the fate of most of these loving creatures was not good. James also remembers seeing many more stray dogs, helpless and homeless and not being able to do anything to help them. There came a point in time where James knew he never again wanted to experience these feelings, he never again wanted to shed a tear over a dog being taken to the shelter. He wanted to help every dog he could. Thus James’ vision to help these wonderful creatures grew into an all consuming passion. The Rainbow Bridge Group is that passion come to life.
Dr. Sol Regwan has been a practicing eye doctor since the past 13 years. He has worked extremely hard to build his practice and is considered to be the people's doctor. By carefully listening to his patients and gaining feedback about what is important to them when it comes to their eyewear, he knew Rejwan Eyewear had to be born.
Partnering with Gen Why Project to train volunteers to teach homeless teens to start and run a business to get off the streets.
AppLyst is the College Application Wizard, an app that provides a personalized, pre-loaded task manager that makes the college application process easier to understand and more manageable.