GREANWOLD FOUNDATION PHILOSOPHY
Greanwold’s philosophy on children is; it is possible to capture a glimpse into the future when we look into the faces of children. The environments in which children live are shaping this world's future generations. Nowhere is that more apparent than in India, a country where the population is fast approaching the 1.3 Billion mark.
Greanwold the Minosaur loves children. In his opinion, children are the treasure trove of the world, if not the universe.
Greanwold hates mistreatment of children, hence the Greanwold Foundation for Kids Worldwide. Currently, You N Me Productions provide financial aid to , an orphanage in Thailand on the Burma (Mayamar) border. Baandada provides food, healthcare, education and a refuge for displaced and orphaned children from both Thailand and Mayamar. The facilities resources are always stretched to the limit with the only funding they receive being from private donations and fund raising.
As well as securing donations to such a worthy cause, a percentage of Greanwold profits, (yet to be finalized as it will require an agreement from investors) will be channeled to the Greanwold Foundation where a Board of Directors will be entrusted with the disposition of these funds to worthwhile children’s causes on a world-wide basis.
Therefore, on the subject of children, adults today have to ask themselves the question –
Is our environment nurturing children into become caring and productive citizens?
Are we really doing enough for the children, not just in our own country but in all countries?
Are there better ways to provide support and assistance particularly for those children with mental and physical handicaps for whom there are no social safety nets?
The Greanwold Foundation is being developed with a plan to provide funding to children in need around the world, regardless of class, race, colour, religion or nationality. There are many definitions of special needs. In the "well off" countries of the western world such as Canada, the United States, England or Australia, a special needs child can be autistic, physically handicapped, mentally handicapped, suffer from fetal alcohol syndrome, be a victim of sexual abuse, to name just a few. In the Latin American countries and most of the Third World countries, you can add the horrors of malnutrition, homelessness, sexual slavery and sweat shop laboring. Many third world children are without parents due to warfare or having been abandoned for no other reason than the parent or parents had too many children to support.
The destiny of all countries and all people on the planet Earth depend on the support, care and development of children.
The Greanwold Foundation will be managed by Ms Christy Ellynby, a trained counsellor and mediator specializing in child and family issues. Christy will manage under the auspices of a board of directors to be selected. Once the foundation begins operations, therefore receiving funds to disperse to worthy casues, the board will meet once a month to review applications or suggestions from interested parties.
The Greanwold Foundation for Kids
There are many children's foundations in the world today. Some focus on offsetting the misery of poverty and hunger. Some support education, medical needs, clothing and shelter.
All we are doing is adding our small part to provide help and assistance to needy children. Sadly however, there are always more needy children than there are helping hands. There is every reason to believe that many of the needy children in the poorest countries will not live through childhood.
Greanwold wants to change that. With your help!
"We would like to bring just a little of ‘GREANWOLDS WORLD’ to all kids in need on Planet Earth and by working together and in time maybe we can make a difference". A peronal message from Christy
Projects we support
The Baan Dada Children’s Home and Community Services is a project of the Neo-humanist Foundation and is located near the Thailand / Burma border. Baan means “house” in Thai and Dada is Sanskrit for “brother”.
Baan Dada supports 47 disadvantaged children: 37 currently live at Baan Dada. Eight are in University Level and stay in dormitories near their school.