As we end the Thanksgiving weekend and move into the holiday season, this is a traditional time to count our blessings. 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. The Humanity Project serves on the South Florida Gang Reduction Task Force and the Broward Children’s Strategic Plan Leadership Coalition, among other collaborations. We work closely with the nation’s sixth largest school district at the elementary, middle and high school levels, and now we’re beginning to reach out to college students. To us, this seems like only the beginning. There is much to do in the world, as we all know, and the Humanity Project believes our group can play an increasing part in efforts to build a better society. Our goal is to teach children and adults that people can accomplish this through cooperation and social connection, improving our own lives and those of others in the process. That’s what our original philosophy of shared value is all about. It’s a psychology based approach to societal change. You can read more about these ideas here: http://thehumanityproject.com/programs/sharedvalue/. Thanks for your interest in the Humanity Project … and your support. Because, you know what? You are one of the folks we have in mind when we express our gratitude. Many, many thanks!