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Global Volunteers

Direct Help to Children

You can help a family get the micronutrients they need to be healthy and thrive, from food they grow and harvest themselves.

Childhood is supposed to be a time for growth, learning, loving, and being supported. We all know that millions of children around the world never get the chance we’ve had to reach their potential. Their parents don’t have even minimal means to protect their pre-natal and early growth. So, they end up stunted. And this is a “wrong” we can “right.”

Childhood stunting is the number one problem on the planet. WHO estimates that 25% of all children under 5-years-old are stunted. Stunted children have significant deficits in physical and cognitive ability that often result in an inability to learn and reach their potential. Stunting perpetuates the cycle of generational poverty and steals hope. We know that stunting is preventable. Adequate food, nutrition and protection from infectious disease, starting when the child is in utero up to their 2nd birthday (the first 1,000 days of life), is the answer.

Global Volunteers

Brought to you by First Unity Spiritual Campus and Global Peace Workers.

lIFE rIGHTS

a peace through people initiative with respect for all of life.

It’s time to make a significant difference in the world by helping people live the principle of respecting the right of all life to live in freedom and in peace.

It is time to live our lives respecting the diversity of our world.

 Supporting human rights, civil rights, equal rights, gay rights, religious rights, animal rights, children’s rights, elder rights and the ecological rights of this planet under one universal umbrella is the focus of the Life Rights movement.

It’s time to make a significant difference in the world by helping people live the principle of respecting the right of all life to live in freedom and in peace.

It is time to live our lives respecting the diversity of our world.

 Supporting human rights, civil rights, equal rights, gay rights, religious rights, animal rights, children’s rights, elder rights and the ecological rights of this planet under one universal umbrella is the focus of the Life Rights movement.

Everyone has freedom of thought. Everyone has the right to express that thought as their belief and value system as long as that expression does not infringe upon the right of another to live their life in freedom and peace.

Once we understand the importance of the words, “the right of all to live the life of their intention in freedom and peace” and begin being an example of what it means to live according to that principle, individuals will have a dramatic impact on the lives of others.

Peace will spread.

Respect for freedom becomes the norm around the globe. All have a natural respect for all life and the environment. This mindset, this knowing, is actually a natural part of our being.

The Goal of the Life Rights Movement

Life Rights Mission: expand the knowing to all around the globe that all life is connected. With that knowing, allowing all life to live in freedom and peace is a natural extension of ourselves. Check out the book that started it all – purchase today for yourself or add this book to the early reading canon of children you love! Beautifully illustrated and designed for classroom teaching and story time, this book has captured many hearts, and will lighten the imaginations of all people who read it.

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Support Life Rights

Supporting human rights, civil rights, equal rights, gay rights, religious rights, animal rights, children’s rights, elder rights and the ecological rights of this planet under one universal umbrella is the focus of the Life Rights movement.

Animal Rights

A grassroots global movement honoring all living things.

During a visit to the healer John of God in Abadiania, Brazil, one of the first things Temple saw as she arrived on the grounds were many stray, hungry, neglected and homeless dogs. Several of the dogs came to her and a relationship was formed.

Without any hesitation, she decided on the spot that she would rescue as many as she could.

Calling on friends, and using her own resources she brought 8 dogs back to the United States. SOFI (pictured here) was one of them, and the SOFI project was born.

The SOFI Project, headquartered in Tampa Bay, FL, is a non-profit organization that rescues and rehabilitates dogs and cats globally.

Team SOFI: Loralei Matisse – Grant Writer, Barbara Zagaria, John Bergstrom

Support rescue and rehabilitation for dogs and cats globally.

It’s never too late to make a difference…

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