Amy Minella has made two working trips to the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation in South Dakota. "It is difficult to fathom how a group of people in the United States can be living in such economic poverty," she says.
What do Mia Hamm, Troy Aikman, and Kristi Yamaguchi have in common? All were born with clubfoot. Former Project Redwood grantee MiracleFeet continues working to bring a cure to afflicted poor children in developing countries.
Project Redwood is approaching its tenth year of grant-making! To mark that anniversary, several weeks ago, we reviewed the impact of our grants in Africa. Now, here's a look at Project Redwood grants in Asia.
We have invested approximately $1.5 million in more than 65 projects, and those monies (along with volunteer time and advice that classmates have also contributed) have changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people.
An evening the San Jose Mercury News compares to the Cannes Film Festival or the Oscars, Tech Awards Gala celebrates innovation across Silicon Valley. It was a fabulous evening and gave miraclefeet high profile exposure.
On May 1st 100 sophomores at Cristo Rey New York High School in Harlem gathered in their assembly hall for a special event bringing together two of Project Redwood’s current year grantee organizations. They were about to meet Deogratias Niyizonkiza, Founder/CEO of Village Health Works