Bob Knotts | November 27, 2011
At the Humanity Project, we have much to be grateful for. We appreciate our members and supporters and friends, the folks who believe in our work. Each of our sponsors and community partners is in our thoughts too, those organizations and companies that make it possible for us to help others. They include Broward Sheriff’s Office, State Farm, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital and the whole list of backers you’ll find on our “Sponsors/Community Partners” page on this website. Beyond all of that, we are deeply grateful for the chance to develop our ideas into practical programs that make a difference in the community — programs such as our Anti-bullying Through The Arts and Shared Value For Adults. We also connect with the public through our new PeacePage as well as through our podcasts, blogs, newsletters and more. Much more.
Bob Knotts | November 18, 2011
Today we had the pleasure of meeting the kids at Broward Estates Elementary Magnet School in Lauderhill, Florida. They’re wonderful children and their guidance counselor, Sabrina Thomas, is terrific too. When introducing us, Ms. Thomas told the students and teachers, “The Humanity Project program is known among guidance counselors in our school system and is one of the most acclaimed anti-bullying programs in Broward County!” Broward County is the sixth largest school district in the United States so that’s a lovely thing to hear. Of course, we’ve long been proud of the praise that our program has received in the media as well as from schools we visit.
Bob Knotts | November 11, 2011
Kids and candy. It’s a classic match, isn’t it? Add in some useful information, some fun costumes and lots of warm smiles and you have a very good afternoon. The Humanity Project was lucky enough to be part of such an event just before Halloween. Our good friends (and sponsors) at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital held an open house at their beautiful new facility in Hollywood, Florida.
Bob Knotts | November 3, 2011
Editor’s Note: The Humanity Project has partnered with an important nonprofit group in Egypt: Egyptian Association for Educational Resources, or E-ERA. They are non-governmental and non-religious. Our partnership involves a blog-and-photo exchange to promote better understanding of the humanity we all share. This is E-ERA’s second blog about their work to help young people, an article written especially for the Humanity Project.