RIDE FOR GLOBAL FAMILY PHILANTHROPY
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Saturday, April 8, 2017
7001 N. Scottsdale RD.
Scottsdale, AZ. 85253
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GLOBAL FAMILY PHILANTHROPY
Wishing you good times, good cheer, and a memorable new year.
2016 was good to us.
In January, we welcomed 2-year-old Jo Jo to our children's home.
Set up a small and sustainable goat business for a dear friend.
Staffed and opened our medical clinic and pharmacy two days a week.
Shared hundreds of GFP care kits.
Provided hundreds of fluoride treatments and dental kits.
Shared school supplies with over 500 hundred students.
Provided a quality education to our 14 children.
In June, we welcomed an elderly man who was near death to Project Dignity.
Secured and set up 3 new homes for extended families who lost everything to Hurricane Matthew.
Employed 4 staff at our children's home, 5 staff at our medical clinic and 7 staff at our elderly home.
Started the very first soccer team at our children's school.
Shared our Haiti and our family with 35 volunteers.
Provided weekly English classes to our 14 children.
Built a new home for our dear elderly friend in Derac.
Purchased a small vehicle for our children's home.
Set up a small, sustainable taxi service.
Planted a small garden at our children's home.
Provided food, shelter, love, companionship, healthcare, clothing and personal necessities to our 36 family members.
Provided parasite treatments to thousands.
Empowered hundreds of women with feminine hygiene training and ...
GLOBAL FAMILY PHILANTHROPY MEDICAL CLINIC, MALFETY, HAITI
THERE'S STILL TIME TO DONATE
We're getting closer to our target goal with eight weeks left in our fundraiser - but we still need your help!
In late 2014, the board members and volunteers of Global Family Philanthropy (GFP) made a long-term commitment to serving the major medical needs of the Haitian community when they opened the doors of the Global Family Community Clinic in Malfety, Haiti.Understanding the community's life-impacting chronic medical conditions, along with the dearth of available quality medical care in the area, volunteers busily outfitted a previously vacant space with U.S.-grade medical supplies, and received service commitments from both U.S. and Haitian physicians. Less than two years later, the clinic serves more than 150 patients a week, diagnosing and treating ailments from dysentery to heart disease, and everything in between.
But the work of GFP is not finished, and your help is needed. The non-profit can double the number of patients seen -- and the lives impacted -- at the clinic each week by outfitting an additional three exam rooms that currently remain unusable. The group is requesting donations totaling $10,000 to sterilize the space, provision supplies, and pay for the medical services of additional ...
NEWS & HEARTFELT NOTES
Through the eyes of our fifteen year old volunteer, Chloe Rudnicki
For many in San Clemente, life is full of privilege, whether it is acknowledged or otherwise. Reality hardly transcends that of one's own life, and the suffering beyond our doorstep is little more than an abstract idea that hardly evokes more a vague sense of pity or empathy.
One knows of the third world, but does not
The mind is a powerful thing, but it's powers to reason and imagine are no match for the real world. The real world contains depths of which the mind can only scratch the surface. Having lived an exponentially blessed life, I was possessed by this detached empathy that comes with the security of never having gone hungry or living only for the prospect of survival.
Featured is a Haitian Mother as she visits the local well to collect water for her and her children.
Two years ago, I sought to understand more of the world, a thing of numerous dimensions and realities even if the first world strives to simplify or ignore its complexity.
I went to Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, with a charity called Global Family Philanthropy, driven by ...
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Imagine 2016 - Growing Love
March 5th, 2016 was a memorable evening filled with love and support
Lori Goldberg, Pauline Forrester, Mark Forrester
and Maria Zorn
Our Wonderful Masters Of Ceremonies
Ms. Carey Peña, an Emmy Award Winning News Anchor, Reporter and Political Show Host, Founder and CEO of Inspired Media 360 and host of the Podcast Carey Peña Reports and Mr. Boomer Nichols, an established Comedian, Emcee and Auctioneer
Boomer Nichols and Chewie
Lori Goldberg and Carey Pena
Sarah Nolan and William Hinz
Imagine 2016 Opening Video
Thank You To Our Title Sponsor
CopperWynd Resort and Club
Imagine Award Recipients
Mr. William Hinz
Mr. Grey Halpin
William Hinz, 2016 Imagine Award Recipient
William Hinz Video
Grey Halpin, 2016 Imagine Award Recipient
Grey Halpin Video
Meet Our Newest Family Member, Jo Jo!
Jo Jo's Living Conditions Before GFP
House Mother Sarah Loves New Baby Jo Jo
Artists At Work
Heart for Haiti VII
GFP Benefits from Napa's
Blue Oak School Community Service Project
"Relationships among freedom, responsibility, community and the environment are explored through studies that engage students as stewards in service to the school, the region and the world."
Utilizing primarily reused, recycled or donated materials, students, faculty and friends of Blue Oak School created fantastic works of valentine inspired art and are proud to have earned close to $3,500. ...
With the new year comes new happenings with GFP!
The Latest News About GFP
Happy New Year!
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Purchase your tickets now for Global Family Philanthropy's 7th-annual Imagine Fundraiser, taking place Saturday, March 5, 2016.
Thank you to our Title Sponsor
CopperWynd Resort and Club
Global Family Philanthropy is honored to announce this year's two Imagine Award recipients - Mr. William Hinz and Mr. Grey Halpin.
Saturday, March 5, 2016
5402 E Lincoln Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85253
Cocktail Reception & Silent Auction
Dinner, Live Auction & Dancing
As always, the heart of our event remains the same, "Together we can create change from within. Let's empower unfortunate children and provide the homeless and elderly with renewed hope through nurturing, education & nourishment both in Haiti and the U.S."
Imagine 2016 Tables Tickets and Sponsorships
Masters of Ceremonies Imagine 2016
Ms. Carey Peña is an Emmy Award Winning News Anchor, Reporter and Political Show Host, founder and CEO of Inspired Media 360 and host of the Podcast Carey Peñ
Mr. Boomer Nichols is one of the Valley's most established veteran comedian/emcees. While performing regularly at Stand-Up Live & Tempe Improv, he has also hosted events for Phoenix Children's Hospital, Valley Women's League and The 100 Club.
A father pleased ...
Fall brings hoodies, pumkin spiced lattes, and GFP adventures!
Everything You Need to Know About GFP
Fall is finally here! Cooler weather, hot apple cider, and campfires are just around the corner.
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SAVE THE DATE IMAGINE 2016 DREAMS TAKE FLIGHT
Get ready for takeoff.
Reserve your boarding pass now for Global Family Philanthropy's 7th-annual Imagine Fundraiser, taking place Saturday, February 20, 2016.
New venue. Same heart.
For just one night, GPF guests will gain first-class entry to the legendary Red Room at Hangar One, a members-only venue usually only accessible to the Valley's jet set. Wheels are up at 6:00 p.m., with cocktails, live music, dancing, and a gourmet internationally themed dinner, along with non-stop fun in the form of live and silent auctions.
Beyond the sleek new venue, the heart of the event remains the same: attendees young and old joyfully coming together to celebrate the warmth and passion behind the Global Family Philanthropy mission. All proceeds from Imagine 2016 are used to empower poor families, children and the elderly in Haiti and the U.S. by providing access to shelter, education, nutrition and a loving community of support.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the flight!
Tickets will sell out fast for the Valley's most exclusive philanthropic event of ...
Global Family Newsletter
Summer 2015 Another Wonderful Volunteer Experience
The group of dedicated volunteers visited the elderly at "Project Dignity."
Once again a team of Global Family Philanthropy volunteers traveled to Haiti to check up on our projects and spread their love. The team departed in June for Ouanaminthe with full suitcases and hearts filled with excitement and anticipation. The volunteers did not waste a second. Upon arrival they immediately headed over to GFP children's home where the kids were waiting with smiling faces and open arms.
The volunteers were eagerly awaited at Project Dignity in the small village of Derac. With arms full of pillows, sheets, reading glasses, slippers, socks and other supplies the team spent a whole afternoon and evening with the elderly. The staff at Project Dignity surprised the visitors with a one year anniversary celebration with a service, music and a meal for the whole village.The elderly in the home are doing well and enjoyed their time with our volunteers.
As expected and greatly appreciated, the Catholic Church is taking great care of our medical clinic in Malfety. Our impact continues to benefit the community and medical volunteers looking for a well-equipped site to provide services now have a facility ...