Completed and In Progress
South Africa - Primrose High School, Germiston. Eleventh Grade students. The Helping Hearts
South Africa – Koinonia Bible Church, Sebokeng, a previously disadvantaged community of the apartheid regime in South Africa. The KBC L.O.V.E. Program
USA – In partnership with Kaiser Permanente. For Kaiser members in San Francisco. The Caravans of Healing:
Canada - In partnership with Partership Afghanistan and Canada for Afghan women refugees in Vancouver. The Window to Hope - Through Empathy and Self-Discovery.
Haiti – In partnership with a CapraCare, a public health and social services NGO for volunteers serving the community of Fonfrede. Ak Espwa N'ap Chanje Visaj Kominote a
USA - An open enrollment program made available to residents of the San Francisco Bay Area in partnership with Think Round, Inc. The Resilients!
South Africa - In partnership with Trust Hope Faith Youth Development in Olievenhoutbosch for youth in the community, elementary school teachers and volunteers, eleventh graders at Seshegong High School and residents of the village of Sonop:
We Are Not Alone
USA - In partnership with Think Round, Inc. for counselors at the Oklahoma City Public Schools school district. The Pioneers for Healing.
San Francisco, California - Ongoing open Enrollment for SF Bay Area Residents offered biannually in partnership with Think Round Inc.
Pretoria, South Africa - Programs for youth and staff in partnership with Blue O Community Development.
Oklahoma City, United States - Programs for middle and high school students at Oklahoma City Public Schools.
Afghanistan – in partnership with an Afghan organization in Vancouver, Canada to implement through psychology students at the University of Kabul
San Francisco, California - in partnership with a research scholar to establish a program in Rwanda
Tembisa, South Africa – Forum of pastors from churches serving the communities in and around Tembisa
Uganda - Communities traumatized by political unrest and child soldiers retrieved from South Sudan and Somalia
Many other individuals, communities, and organizations have expressed an interest in the program. Their projects will be added as that interest turns into action.
The program materials have been translated into the following languages: Spanish, Chinese, European French, Haitian Creole, and Dari.
Summary of results of individual programs available upon request.