Forces of Good: Our Humanitarian Efforts
Forces of Nature is dedicated to doing our part in helping others, and in a lot of different ways. Sometimes this takes the form of volunteer work and service, other times generous donations of money or products to those in need, support of emergency relief efforts, and professionally in the education of doctors to the benefits of natural medicine.
There's a lot to learn about nature, medicine and the development of natural medicine throughout history. Our entire philosophy is to help people be healthy. We have a lot of work ahead of us – as our Mission is to help Heal the World. Below are some of Forces of Nature's notable humanitarian and philanthropic efforts over the years:
Francis House Center – 2011 Toys for Tots Program. Corporate Sponsor USA, Thailand. Annual sponsor supplying toys and medicine to over 150 children in need.
Doi Suthep National Reserve top financial sponsor. Chiang Mai, Thailand. Providing food, medicine, and supplies to several hundred monks at the revered institution.
Watkate Home for Children. Monthly contribution to assist education of homeless children including helping restoration of historical grounds. Watkate, Thailand
The Foundation for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) sponsor, USA.
World Aids Foundation, sponsor. Bangkok, Thailand. Financial donations for research, medicine, and education to help manage the illness.
Donations for VienPing Children's Home Tambon District, Ampur Muan Thailand. Contributed to establishing the first charitable foundation in northern Thailand dedicated to the care of needy children. Established by Thais and foreigners who saw the need to establish this foundation after their volunteer work in Chaing Mai University Hospital in 1998.
Tsunami Relief Fund corporate sponsor, Thailand. Significant corporate donations to the Thai Red Cross for supplies to aid those affected by the tsunami.
Foundation for the Restoration of Wat Chedi Luang. Sponsor, Chiang Mai Thailand. Monthly donations of food, supplies, and financial support to over 100 monks indigenous to the area.
Cambodian Relief Fund Foundation. Volunteer and donor in Northern Cambodia. Assisted NGO team in the distribution of food and medicine to aid groups for malnourished children and adults in central Cambodia.
9/11 Red Cross relief fund corporate donor, USA. Financial support to the Red Cross for purchase of medicine and supplies for those affected by 9/11.
Volunteer for Non-Profit Organization to save indigenous aquatic and plant species, CA, USA. Volunteer for watchdog group to save the lives of hundreds of seals and whales from environmental toxins and human encroachment.
2000 – Present Annual member and generous donor to numerous nonprofit organizations working to support a sustainable planet.