The Humanity Project is very pleased to announce a new friend today. The Fred Gellert Family Foundation has joined our impressive list of sponsors and community partners. This fine foundation, in their own words, “funds innovative programs that encourage a sustainable quality of life for present and future generations.” Of course, innovation is among the qualities for which the Humanity Project is best known. Indeed the words “innovative programs” are written into our mission statement. We believe that the Fred Gellert Family Foundation is a wonderful match for our efforts — and that we can help further the important goals established by the Fred Gellert Family Foundation. Win-win, which is another hallmark of everything the Humanity Project does. This foundation was established in 1958 by Fred Gellert, who made a big name for himself in the San Francisco Bay area as a developer and home builder. And as a philanthropist. Now his organization takes its place beside other respected names that provide the lifeblood financial support to the Humanity Project. They include State Farm, Sears, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, Broward Sheriff’s Office, Children’s Services Council of Broward County, Ben Cohen StandUp Foundation, Dr. David Sharaf and Skin and Cancer Associates and the Center for Cosmetic Enhancement, Barry University and Google, among others. We are proud to work alongside Mr. Gellert and his family’s generous foundation. And we look forward to many years of innovative, effective action together toward a better world for all.
To create and implement innovative programs that teach children and adults how to use cooperation and social connection for individual development and grassroots community improvement