There are several projects worldwide that relate to Attitudinal Healing. We are proud to support these projects and look forward to bringing you more information about each one.
Hawai'i Forgiveness Project: Hawai'i International Forgiveness Day
The Hawai’i Forgiveness Project was started in 2002 by a diverse group of people in island society including Drs. Jampolsky and Cirincione of AHI. We were concerned to bring greater harmony to our people, and were inspired by the example of International Forgiveness Day. Click here for more information.
Worldwide Forgiveness Alliance: International Forgiveness Day
The Worldwide Forgiveness Alliance is a non-profit organization whose mission is to evoke the healing spirit of Forgiveness worldwide. Their vision is that "Forgiveness Is the Greatest Healer of Them All" and that "Without Forgiveness There Is No Future".
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The Hope Project
The Hope Project was started in 1975 with the aim of feeding starving children in a very poor neighborhood in New Delhi. Thirty ﬁve years later, it has grown into several facilities and services: a school that serves 600 children a day, a health clinic that provides HIV, pre-natal and gynecological care, as well as eye exams and healthcare for hundreds of families in the neighborhood. Click here for more information.
Since 2008 Project Grace has organized and led service trips for grieving mothers, fathers and family members. Whether dancing with orphaned children in Tanzania, or helping in the construction of a school in Nicaragua, the goal is to help participants find strength, hope and a renewed sense of purpose through dedicating their time and hearts to a meaningful endeavor. Click here for more information.
Architects of a New Dawn (AOAND)
AOAND is a project inspired by Carlos Santana and created in partnership with Rick Lukens, Jerry Jampolsky and Diane Cirincione, with the goal of catalyzing a new global network, featuring uplifting and positive media content. We wish to inspire, uplift, engage, and transform the global community through music and positive media, and help bring about a world where we choose peace over conflict and love over fear. Click here for more information.
World Business Academy
The World Business Academy is a non-profit business think tank and network of business and thought leaders. Our Mission is to inspire business to assume responsibility for the whole of society and assist those in business who share our values. Click here for more information.
Tangible Hope Foundation
Tangible Hope Foundation (THF) is a nonprofit humanitarian organization committed to empowering and protecting young girls and women to break the cycle of poverty and create a thriving community by advancing their rights through education, sustainable development, basic medical care and nutrition. Thereby creating a generation of women who can lift the next generation of women out of poverty and into a vibrant life opportunity. Click here for more information.
Starfish International works to empower Gambian girls by providing them with an advanced education that is focused on service to humanity, while at the same time providing international service-learning opportunities for our volunteers. Their vision is to establish a state of the art Academy of Excellence that will provide students an exceptional education from pre-school to graduate school. The five values and qualities highlighted in Starfish International are Nobility, Independence, Courtesy, Knowledge, and Service. Click here for more information.
Search For Common Ground
Search for Common Ground is one of the world's largest non-profit organizations in conflict transformation. Keys to growth have been creativity, nimbleness and an unswerving vision of a transformed world - all reflected in the range of work which includes international TV and radio soap operas, peace-building computer games in Rwanda, multiethnic kindergartens in the Balkans, a News Service connecting the Muslim world and the West, peace songs in Africa, and Congressional Conversations on Race in the US. Click here for more information.
The Milagro Foundation
The Milagro Foundation is a publicly supported foundation established by Carlos Santana and his family in 1998. Milagro benefits underserved and vulnerable children around the world by making grants to community based tax-exempt organizations that work with children in the areas of education, health and the arts. Click here for more information.