[tp no_translate=”y”]Future Kind[/tp] is very grateful to have the opportunity to work with the River School Farm. Thanks to this collaboration we’ve been able to move forward with “Future Kind Summer” a project we’re really excited about and hope continues to grow. To find out more about all the cool projects and classes going on at The River School Farm, visit www.riverschool.info
Big thanks to the Truckee Tahoe Lumber Co. for its generous contribution to Future Kind!
We have developed a wish list on Amazon.com for our project to bring a Digital Library to Colegio Pirizal in Puerto Casado, Paraguay. As requested by the school, we have gathered a list of textbooks they need to complete their curriculum. If you’d like to help us complete this project, please consider buying a book (or Kindle) that will directly go to this project. When you purchase a book, it will automatically be uploaded the Kindle Fires acquired by Future Kind for this project.
Click here! or the image above to go to the Wish List! Thank you for your support!
We are excited to announce that the 2012 Reno Vampire Crawl will benefit the programs of Future Kind. All VIP Cup purchases will directly go to benefit Future Kind, so make sure you get your VIP Cup before you go crawling around downtown Reno this year! For more information on the VIP Cup please visit renovampirecrawl.com/vip/
Big THANKS! to Ed Adkins, organizer of the Vampire Crawl and President of the Board of Director of Future Kind for his great contribution!
[tp no_translate=”y”]Future Kind[/tp] holds free educational summer camps for the youth. The goal is to empower young people to improve their quality of life and reduce their impact on the environment. The camps are designed to teach students about a wide-range of topics including acro-yoga, music, permaculture and speech-and-debate. The common thread that runs through all classes is an emphasis on developing habits that promote health, environmental consciousness and self-efficacy.
The 2012 Summer Camp will be held at the River School Farm (www.riverschool.info) in Reno, NV. Students from local low income high schools will be selected to participate in the camp. This year’s workshops will cover the areas of permaculture, yoga, and music.
We are currently having planning committee meetings for the 2012 summer camp. If you would like to help and/or teach a workshop, please send us an email at email@example.com. We are looking for positive and enthusiastic people who are eager to make a difference in their community.
The Maskoys, natives of the northern region of Paraguay, in the heart of South America, are one of the many indigenous communities living in sub-human conditions in the area. With no access to clean water, sanitary systems, or electricity, the Maskoys struggle to sustain themselves, and are very susceptible to disease. Communities like these are disappearing around the world due to total neglect of authorities, taking with them invaluable knowledge and culture.
[tp no_translate=”y”]Future Kind[/tp] is working with local and tribe authorities to provide access to basic sanitary system to the Maskoys. Please consider donating to [tp no_translate=”y”]Future Kind[/tp] if you believe in the importance of helping keep cultures like these alive around the world.
This is the Centro Educativo Pirizal, in Puerto Casado, Alto Paraguay – Paraguay. This center was built as a technical high school, to provide students with the technical support they need to become a technical professional, or aim to get into higher education. The center was built as a donation from Dr. Nicolas Leoz (current president of the South American Soccer Federation), which consist of classrooms and office space; however, the center is lacking the appropriate educational material to help students further their education. [tp no_translate=”y”]Future Kind[/tp] is working with the schools officials to provide ebooks, contained in tablets (such the Kindle Fire), covering an arrange of topics from accounting, mathematics and physics; to arts, literature and health. These tablets will be donated to the Centro Educativo Pirizal to be used as a resource for students and teachers to further their training and education.
The tablets will also be loaded with educational videos and apps for a variety of topics, such us permaculture, music and more.
If you’d like to help us complete this project, please consider donating to [tp no_translate=”y”]Future Kind[/tp]. You can also directly purshase the ebooks needed for this project from our Amazon.com wish list. We have purchased our first Kindle Fire tablet, so the books are ready for download. We appreciate your support!