What If? Foundation: Class Act

| September 9, 2011

Source: What If? Foundation

The What If? Foundation provides food and educational opportunities for vulnerable children in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. In addition to providing school scholarships, after school programs, and summer camps, it also provides meals. Each child receives a plate of fresh vegetables, rice, beans, and sometimes meat or fish. Each meal costs $0.62. Since the 2010 earthquake, the number of meals served have increased to over 750,000.


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With a flair for spontaneity, pizzazz, creative excellence and her own unique sense of aesthetic grace and perspective, we have our very dear friend, Belinda (or B, to some of us). Although an incredibly accomplished professional and career woman, B’s down-to-earth approach and demeanor transcends all scenarios, communities and people. She manifests, in her day-to-day, the essence of the word “Zomppa” as demonstrated by her extraordinary commitment to creating sustainable and positive change for us and future generations to come. She’s asked for a dog every year since she was five. Check out Belinda’s work on global education research and coaching: www.hummingbirdrcc.com or more about her portfolio www.belindachiu.com.

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  1. a Nordn'Ireland dad says:

    Just think what the true consciousness of the oneness of humankind in everyone of us could do to ensure material food to all the starving and malnourished in the world today. Reminders like this posting are so important. Thanks Belinda.

  2. Peggy says:

    What a great foundation!

  3. Erica says:

    Amazing foundation…..Helping kids is a wonderful thing! Thanks for sharing!

  4. My daughter led a team of therapists to Haiti. It was an experience she’ll never forget. I’ll pass this wonderful post on to her.