Education

Bell Community Empowerment Foundation
United States
11445 East Via Linda, Suite #2 #490
Scottsdale
AZ
408 529 3971
Local
2009

The mission of the Bell Community Empowerment Foundation is to educate people about the Foster Adopt Programs in our home state of Arizona, nationally, in North America and globally … to ensure that every child has a loving family through whom to create and build a well-lived life!

Center for Healing By Design, Inc.
United States
76 Race Street
San Jose
Ca
+1.408.337.2887
+1.888.927.1882
International
2015

Center for Healing By Design, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 2015, raises public awareness of the intrinsic self-healing technology in the human body, revolutionizes people’s way of seeing their bodies, and teaches them to use the highly sophisticated, yet simple, “mind-body” healing techniques to enable them prevent and overcome common health challenges. The company’s mission is to provide self-care education, experience, and tools to people of all ages and cultures, to awaken them to the wisdom and power of their “inner doctor” for health and for fostering harmonious relationships with the world.

Handability
USA
4171 Piedmont Avenue, Suite 102
Oakland
CA
510-863-1054
Local
2013

The mission of Handability is to create positive self-esteem and sense of community through craft by joining skilled crafters with individuals to share their skills and art, such as knitting and crochet.

Precious Kids Foundation Logo
USA
437 waterstone place
San Ramon
CA
+1 (855) 776-7268
N/A
N/A
International
2017

Precious Kids Foundation

Our Mission:
Aspiring to make a difference by eliminating Preventable causes of Premature deaths through Educating, Equipping and Empowering Orphans, and Widows in impoverished rural areas to overcome their hardships while creating healthier, self-sustained and productive communities through our evidence-based programs.

Our Vision is a world with highly trained and successful Orphans and widows from formerly impoverished rural areas who are now empowered, self-sustained, and productive citizens of their communities, able to contribute back and influence their own communities and the world at Large.
One Person at a time; One Community at a time.

Rhythmix Cultural Works
USA
2513 Blanding Avenue
Alameda
CA
510-865-5060
Local
1999

Rhythmix Cultural Works brings people of all ages together to experience and explore music, dance, visual art and educational opportunities. The organization seeks to build community by inspiring engagement in the arts as a way to learn about each other and the world. With a strong commitment to provide programming relevant to the local population, Rhythmix strives to promote cultural awareness, encourage participation in the arts, and support artists in the presentation of their work.

Science is Elementary
USA
1954 Old Middlefield Way, Suite B2
Mountain View
CA
(650) 605-3027
2008

Science education in the US is sorely lacking, especially at the elementary school level. Only 37% of 4th graders scored at or above proficient nationwide in science and the achievement gap between Whites and underrepresented minorities is 45-50 points; the gap between high- and low- income students is 30 points.

These achievement gaps begin in kindergarten and persist at least until 8th grade, proving how critical early intervention is for these students (http://bit.ly/scigapsbeginearly). Teachers spend less time on science than they have in the past, they are ill prepared to teach science, and don’t have enough resources to do so (WestEd 2013).

Science is Elementary is unique. We provide a turnkey solution to help schools and districts build capacity for high quality science education through implementation focused professional development for teachers coupled with engaging, hands-on, thought provoking, science experiments for students.

Our vision is that All children realize science is awesome and use its principles to better their lives and our mission is to effect systemic change in elementary school science education by teaching students, training teachers, and engaging the scientific community.

We have two programs: a direct service in-class program for students and a professional development program for teachers. Our In-class program offers monthly 90-minute lessons in elementary classrooms (TK-5th) during the school day, teaching scientific reasoning through hands-on experiments in physical science and engineering. Lessons are taught by scientists and engineers with deep classroom experience. Students show gains of 85% in content acquisition and and increase of 50%-100% in positive attitudes to science. Our professional development program focuses on how to teach rigorous science and engineering, and scientific reasoning, integrated with English literacy. Teachers increase their science teaching by 50% and 90% report increased confidence.

To date, we’ve impacted over 10,000 students and their teachers and have trained 1,000 scientists and engineers to serve as mentors.

Our goal is to double our program in the next two years, both locally and nationally.

Unplanned Good Inc.
United States
1658 Topeka Avenue
San Jose,
CA
4086561876
United States
Unplanned Good
International
2010

About Unplanned Good

We promote adoption as a positive option for those facing unplanned pregnancies. Open adoption can be so very good (and beautiful!) for all involved but all too often, young women think they have only two options; abortion or single parenting.
Unplanned Good is reaching out to both teens and their parents, to let them know that adoption is an option. Studies have shown that girls are 50% more likely to see their pregnancy through and make an adoption plan when an adult suggests this path. We reach both audiences through social media, newsletters, conference workshops and speaking engagements. We try to get adult mentors, teachers and parents to suggest adoption, and we try to get young women to consider this option when facing unplanned pregnancy. The testimonials on our web site are there to give them more information about open adoption today.
Please visit our site at www.UnplannedGood.org/ and encourage others to see it. Read the heartfelt personal stories there. You, too, will be convinced about the beauty of open adoption.