To improve the health and wellbeing of underserved populations by providing accessible resources that will empower individuals to achieve a greater quality of life.
We envision a healthier and more equitable world where every human being has an equal opportunity to succeed in life- where all sectors of society come together to reduce social and economic inequities- and where individuals inspire each other to be in active pursuit of social good until it is achieved.
WHO WE ARE
Founded in 2016 on the basis that attaining quality health care should be accessible to all people, we first established a mobile clinic to provide free health services for low-income, uninsured, and underinsured families in areas classified as "healthcare deserts". With just one doctor and one dentist, we set out to serve elderly patients at a local temple. Over time, more healthcare providers reached out to express their shared vision in increasing health equity. Today, our team of healthcare providers include dentists, dental hygienists, physicians, pharmacists, registered nurses, acupuncturists, and optometrists.
Following the establishment of a free health clinic program locally, we formed valuable partnerships in international communities such as Cambodia to bring our free clinics to global impoverished areas. Thereafter, our work has evolved to become cross-sectoral, as we believe that ensuring greater health and well-being of all people is both an outcome and a means of achieving progress in other crucial areas such as education, gender equality, and economic development.
a) To provide accessible and vital health services for low income individuals who lack access to affordable quality health care through our free health clinic program;
b) To provide scholarships and other educational programs to increase access to quality education by breaking down barriers for young individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds;
c) To promote self-sufficiency by empowering individuals from marginalized groups (i.e. homeless, immigrants, foster children, minorities, women, etc.) to find solutions to real world issues through literacy in areas of health, taxation, law, immigration, community safety, and business management;
d) To support community-led initiatives that focus on enhancing the development of underserved communities and share our values to work towards a healthier and more equitable world.
We define health as much more than the absence of disease. It consists of overall physical, mental, spiritual, and social wellness in every human being. Holistic health opens the door to greater opportunities for each individual to thrive.