Notes on our activity within our local and global communities.
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International Medical Corps
Donation to International Medical Corps and directly to Narayan Khanal in Nepal.
Trees for the Future
Given we used a LOT of cardboard from all the deliveries received in Austin.
To Lydia Tam in New York who partook in the recent 2015 AIDS Walk.
Keep Linda at Home
The Linda Davis "Keep Linda at Home" campaign.
In memory of Colin Arnold and Alan Parker.
Abdul and Reem
Helping Abdul and Reem start a new life.
Electronic Frontier Foundation
EFF (inspired by a conversation with Seb Ko). Paid with Bitcoin :)
Helping Hong Kong's homeless.
International Animal Rescue
Adopted an Orangutan named Gito.
World Food Program's Share the Meal
Donated 3 months of meals.
Mountain Gorilla Conservation Fund
Austin Gorilla Run.
Towards helping the Syrian refugees.
The Guardian & Observer Charity Appeal 2017
Helping tackle urgent problems of homelessness and destitution.
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
For their work with on "Panama Papers"
Ashtons Charitable Trust
To support our friend Bez Baker who is riding from Land's End to John O'Groats
"For true democracy to work, people need easy access to independent, diverse sources of news and information", donated via Bitcoin :)
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Nairobi
Fostering of the elephant Naisula, in memory of "Elephant Bill"
British Red Cross
To help people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.
World Wildlife Foundation Hong Kong
Supporting Divya Samtani and the "Jawsome 4" team.
Helping the trust plant trees, protect woods and inspire people to enjoy the nature on their doorstep.
Charity serving the many children without families and pregnant teenagers in Hong Kong.
Run For The Water
The Gazelle Foundation improves the quality of life for people in Burundi by providing access to clean water.
To help those affected by the earthquake / tsunami on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.
Wildfire Relief Fund
To help the communities affected by the California wildfires.
The Guardian and Observer Charity Appeal
Securing justice for the Windrush generation.
Jason J. Spindler Foundation
In memory of Jason Spindler and everything he stood for.
Helping save our oceans and its wildlife!
Warren for President
Miles for Our Social Good
Supports organizations committed to improving stability, health and care for global citizens in need.
Rainforest Action Network
To help tackle the Amazon fires via their Protect An Acre program.
The Guardian and Observer Christmas Appeal
Tackling the climate crisis.
Helping refugees, forcibly displaced communities and stateless people.
COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund
Supporting the World Health Organization in their vacination research.
Joe Biden & Kamala Harris's Presidential Campaign
Let's end this madness.
The team at Signal is committed to the mission of developing open source privacy technology that protects free expression and enables secure global communication.
Supporting a number of communities via the wonderful Kiva.
Carbon Capture via Pachama
"Nature is powerful. Pachama is leveraging data, artificial intelligence, and automation to protect ecosystems, restore forests, and improve carbon markets."
Eanes Education Foundation
Supporting the amazing teachers and team via the EEF
Columbia (SPS) Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship Fund
The Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship Fund will measure its success by how many doors it can open for students
Adbusters - Friend of the Foundation
"a global network of artists, activists, writers, pranksters, students, educators and entrepreneurs who want to advance the new social activist movement of the information age."
Save the Children’s Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund
"...supports humanitarian programs aiming to reach 3.5 million children and their families with immediate aid..."
5 metric tons of CO₂e captured via Pachama
"Pachama combines machine learning with satellite and airborne observations to measure carbon captured in forests."
"UNICEF is on the ground around the world, working to save and protect children."
Why are so many countries witnessing mass protests?
"Blame economics, demography, a sense of powerlessness...and social media"
The Rohingya Crisis
"...progress on alleviating the crisis that led more than 720,000 Rohingya Muslims to flee to neighboring Bangladesh has been slow and if there is no action it will be time to “ring the alarm bell."
Hong Kong protesters occupy roads around Gov’t HQ again, as huge anti-extradition law rally escalates
"Hongkongers marched in their thousands on Sunday to call for the withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill..."
Dadaab Refugee Camp
"Dadaab is a semi-arid town in Garissa County, Kenya. It is the site of a UNHCR base hosting 245,126 refugees in five camps as of April 2017, making it the second-largest such complex in the world."
"Over 5.4 million people have fled Syria since 2011, seeking safety in Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan and beyond. Millions more are displaced inside Syria and, as war continues, hope is fading fast."
Students have a right to protest gun violence
"Students at more than 2,500 schools across the United States are planning to walk out of class at 10 am in each time zone Wednesday to protest congressional inaction on gun control."
Azraq Refugee Camp
"36,883 refugees are currently in the camp, from a total of 41,505 persons of concern registered. 59.02% are children..."
Global Footprint Network
Share The Meal
Future of Life Institute
UN Refugee Agency
Electronic Frontier Foundation
American Association for the Advancement of Science
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Be My Eyes
National Society of High School Scholars
World Wide Web Foundation
The Center for Public Integrity
National Parks Service
The Knowledge Society
I AM WATER
She's Building a Robot
The Planetary Society
Empowering the world’s citizens to advance space science and exploration.
Basel Action Network
The Basel Action Network is a charitable non-governmental organization working to combat the export of toxic waste from technology and other products from industrialized societies to developing countries.
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