is a non-profit educational organization helping to edify & empower individuals, schools, students, organizations

How do we work?

As the organization grows, our methods and approaches flex & change.

Flexibility is a hallmark of both youth and longevity.
Living a kosher life can do wonders for both. Health is a choice.

Technology & Innovation

To have a lasting impact, we see we must actively engage and include the communities we strive to help. We are continually learning and growing in how we show up as an authentic, ethical partner. Old adage:
"Learn more ... to live more."
Count all the meanings there!

Adopting and engaging advanced technologies familiar to the developed world, we can provide teachers, parents, students of every stripe and interest with products and services to improve learning and decision-making. The kosher advice is included :-)

Partnering with Local Communities

By nurturing relationships with likeminded organizations and private individuals, we're able to unlock new sources of capital and scale up our work far beyond what traditional funding can do alone. We don't believe in salaries and expense acc'ts: Giving kosher advice is our privilege and responsibility.

Our team

Kosher advice and guidance from those who walk the talk
Kosher advice and guidance from those who walk the talk

Official Teachers and More - Experienced Humans!

Examp;e: With a background in business finance and having grown up in a developing community with limited access to basic educational supplies, David builds relationships with our key investors and partners. uniting a dedicated, kosher team.

Kosher advice from learned scholars of Torah
Kosher advice from learned scholars of Torah

Our Team is YOUR Team
When is yours, this is about you

Earning a masters degree in Early Childhood Education,
yes, it's a good beginning. Working with children is better
When we find those who've done both, we find mentors.

Teachers shape our lives in large and lasting ways

“The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery.”

– Mark Van Doren