Speaker Date Topic
Bob Baker Marionette Dec 02, 2022 7:00 AM
ZOOM: Project Street Vet & Dr. Kwane Dec 09, 2022 7:30 AM
Serving the homeless population and their pets
Serving the homeless population and their pets

Project Street Vet is a 501c3 non profit public charity that provides free vetinary care, treatment, and support to the pets of individuals experiencing homelessness and/or housing vulnerability.

With support from Fest by The Dodo pet insurance, Project Street Vet will be able to expand into more communities to help the people and pets who need it the most. 

More information
projectstreetvet.org

Smithsonian Magazine The Street Vet
The Street Vet Episode
Instagram: @drkwane @thestreetvet   
 

Peter Keller Dec 16, 2022 7:30 AM
Aid Africa - Update and Progress
Razia Jan Jan 06, 2023 7:00 AM
Razia’s Ray of Hope Foundation
Razia’s Ray of Hope Foundation

Razia Jan is an entrepreneur, business owner and professional speaker, globally recognized for her activism and humanitarian work in Afghanistan, including the CNN Tope Hero award, the Woman of Excellence Award from Germaine Lawrence, Rotary International’s Service Above Self Award and Global Woman of Action Award, and certificates of appreciation from the Army Corps of Engineers and the American Legion, Razia also received an Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters from Lasell University in 2022. Razia has served as a member of the Interfaith Council, the No Place for Hate Committee, and Jordan Hospital’s board of directors.

In 2007, Razia Jan launched the Razia’s Ray of Hope Foundation (RRH), an organization founded on the belief that education is the key to positive, peaceful change for current and future generations. RRH soon brought girls’ education to a rural Afghan community for the very first time, and the resulting transformation has been nothing short of remarkable. The foundation improves the lives of Afghan girls through community-based education, in addition to the provision of basic necessities like food and warm winter clothing, understanding that we must empower girls and young women through both education and resources to work toward brighter futures in their own villages and beyond.

R. K. Chetty Jan 20, 2023
Global Grant Project in Bangalore, India