The Sevens community
This is a forum of women in each village who can be met with entrepreneurship skills to enhance maternal health, they are given basic facts about the subject and expected to give a feedback within one month of activity implementation in their communities, and each trained individual goes back and trains other seven members in the community of which these are promoted to different stages with different awards and recognitions
The Sevens community
Score! is a swapmeet for the NYC community.
Attendees bring their once cherished-though-no-longer-desired items to the event and drop them at the door. Volunteers sort and distribute these items to themed departments, where professional
curators organize these items into boutique-like displays. Attendees have the option to browse each department
and take as much as they can carry. At the end of the day, all leftover items and proceeds
from the event are donated to charity.
Score! is a roving pop-up “free store”. Attendees donate unwanted items (books, clothes, housewares, etc), these items are organized into boutique-like displays, and attendees are free to browse and take whatever they like. All remaining items are donated to charity. Typically, these events draw over 1,000 people.
is a series of canvases that represent our worlds dances.Each piece is made of foot&body prints of different dancers.The idea is travelling to the poorest villages in the world&producing artworks with street kids from those places&after selling them returning the revenue into the development of those villages!
A unique storytelling platform to share the plight of women with obstetric fistula. Structure allows partner organizations to easily translate and index videos that can be edited into fundraising or advocacy narratives by volunteers in the USA. New communication strategies critical to marshaling desperately needed support.
Idealive is an online network that fosters the transformation of ideas into action through user collaboration. Idealive provides its users with a forum for idea development and implementation by linking users based on their desired needs and wants. As such, Idealive fills the societal and market need of "idea delivery."
Our idea is to create a social networking website to link local organizations to potential volunteers and donors around the globe. The site will provide a platform for grassroots organizations to raise awareness about themselves, provide extensive resources for prospective volunteers, and a rating system to ensure quality volunteer experiences.
The Voices of Women Organizing Project (VOW) brings together survivors of domestic violence to improve the systems that abused women and their children turn to for safety and justice. VOW provides training, support and technical assistance so that survivors can reclaim their power, identify their needs and collectively craft public recommendations. VOW members organize to promote long-term systemic change by documenting institutional failures, testifying at hearings, creating position papers and meeting with local and state officials.