Why do we do?
Seniors exhibited feelings of isolation, loneliness, and dependence.
Recognizing how technology allowed these senior citizens to become more active during their daily routines
Integrated the benefits of voice-activated technology by installing Amazon Echo and Google Home devices at their cottages and residency locations.
How do we collect?
Once enough eyewear is collected
It is assembled and taken to homeless shelters
Distributed through fittings, where people see whether our eyeglasses improve their vision.
Other times, it is donated overseas.
Some forms of eyewear, such as the lenses and frames given to other organizations to better assemble them
What do we do?
Distribute sleeping bags and care packages to the homeless
Host Leadership Forums
Host Human Rights Forums
Host Education Expos
Donate supplies to underprivileged schools
Host fundraisers to support community
Sponsor members' non-profit efforts
Where do we get?
Providing shoes to the under privileged school children, initiated a simple yet powerful movement to ensure that every child can wear proper footwear to school.
It is heart warming to see the tremendous outpouring of support from donors and dedicated volunteers.
Children are very vulnerable to soil transmitted diseases which can lead to serious illnesses & many cases resulting in death since most of the children go around barefoot.
Why we do?
Seeks to educate seniors about technology through teaching them about social networking, surfing the web, and operating the basics of computers.
This program is run by student volunteers who have a passion to teach technology and give back to the senior community.
It is valuable to learn how to use new technology in this technologically savvy world.
How do we meet?
Committed to providing underprivileged students with free financial literacy classes.
Through an interactive and hands on approach, we have taught youth in the Bay Area about topics ranging from delayed gratification to compound interest.
Classes are once a week for six weeks, aimed at 3rd-6th grade students.