This page contains public information on prospective customers, investors, partners, employees, and our initiatives emphasizing key elements of a novel innovation in social consciousness we call the 5 pillars of social benevolent growth. Social Benevolent Growth focuses on increasing the good in society by building on the concepts of ESG goals, environmental consciousness, and philanthropy.
FIVE PILLARS OF SOCIALLY BENEVOLENT GROWTH
- Environmental Security
- Economic Security
- Educational Advancement & Security
- Community Integrity
- Continual Technological Advancement and Innovation
Our philanthropic altruism consists of private initiatives for the public good, focusing on quality of life for targeted communities. Our philanthropy efforts contrasts with business initiatives, which are private initiatives for private good, focusing on material gain; and with government endeavors, which are public initiatives for public good, notably focusing on provision of public services. Please visit our Donor Page to help with our cause!
We embrace charitable giving and philanthropy as means of change management and continual improvement in the lives of underprivileged children and communities, helping those most in need, transforming societies through public private partnerships, humanitarian aid, unmotivated by self-interest. We do n subscribe to an integrated philosophy on charitable transformation with a view on synergistic integrity with measurable outcomes embracing charity and philanthropy as means of improving the lives of underprivileged communities and children through education, employment, safety, and medical security.
Our belief is that separation of politics based on economic theories can either be good or destructive forms of social good, and that by focusing on results of such policies (effect vs. intent), instead of motives we can isolate destructive policies without reference to external political constructs and instead focus on incremental societal value compared with historical effects of political, economic, medical policies, (and helping ‘ native populations’) to gauge improvement in lifespan, mortality, educational attainment, upward mobility, and advancement.