With half the year gone, I wish I could stand before you and say I’ve accomplished everything I imagined when the year started. But the nuisance of creating ambitious goals at the year’s beginning, is the unescapable necessity to reevaluate and adjust those goals at regular intervals throughout the year. Such honest evaluation makes you vulnerable, dependent on others, and […]CONTINUE READING →
When we began to put out funding appeals last year for our pre-school project there wasn’t much of an immediate response. By then the project had been running for almost 8 months and had facilitated 30-40 volunteers, but we still wondered what the fate of the project would be coming into 2014. Fortunately, we didn’t […]CONTINUE READING →
Note from Dwight: Our last update was a big one with our annual report and documentary. This week we wanted to let you know about another worthwhile project. Please read the following guest post about Ben, a friend who has been personally impacted by human trafficking. “M” his missing friend isn’t very different from the […]CONTINUE READING →
Last week I wrote how friends assembled by a project called Impact 48, helped us to create a beautiful financial report (Read Small Steps for Big Change for a small recap of the Impact 48 gathering). This week I want to share the report with you. The report is available on our donate page. Go […]CONTINUE READING →
Another positive omen that we’re off to a great start this year was having a team of friends from Impact 48 hanging out brainstorming ways to improve our project this past weekend. The purpose of Impact 48 is to bring together tech and media savvy volunteers who donate a weekend to helping a non-profit. The […]CONTINUE READING →
The Courageous Kitchen team experiments with it’s first pop up event, hosted by Lub d Siam in downtown Bangkok (BTS National Stadium).
The inaugural Art and Soul Sundays event, a new charity arts and crafts market.
The 2014 V-Day bringing awareness to violence against women will be celebrated with a performance of The Vagina Monologues by a cast of 18 women from the group Bangkok Rising.