A Thriving Existence For All

clean food and water . a place to call home . free holistic health care . flourishing knowledge . creative expression



3 billion live on < than $2.50 a day
The “global middle class” income bottoms out at about $10 a day
1 billion children worldwide are impoverished
1 in 9 people in the world suffer from hunger
3/4 billion lack adequate access to clean water
25 million (22,000 each day) children die from malnutrition every year
22,000 children die each day due to conditions of poverty


1/4 of homeless people are children
30% are youth < 24 years old
Domestic violence is the primary cause for women
16% of single adults suffer from mental illness
Addiction often occurs AFTER homelessness
Lack of affordable healthcare and employment opportunities
Disabilities and decline in public assistance funds

Building A Global Model For Collective Thriving



sustenance, life necessities, arts and community for hope and survival.



semi-permanent refuge with life support services.



center for community empowerment, arts convergence, and individual development.



state-of-the-art ecological co-habitat inspiring a nexus of learning and creativity to advance civilization toward a peaceful, sustainable, and enlightened existence.


Collective Thriving

The future of the collective hinges on a sustainable, compassionate, and evolving mode of existence. Thriving transcends species, race, class, ability, and faiths — it is an existential imperative for all.

The Future-Now Initiative

A holistic approach: trace poverty to its roots, develop evolving solutions while supporting immediate needs. The future lives in the now and we must take initiative now to ensure the security of future generations.

Life's Necessities

Our needs are basic: supply the body with material sustenance and the spirit with love. Food and shelter provide for survival, while love in all of its forms contribute to a condition of thriving; these are necessities of life.

Unconditional Love

Love for all beings, unconditionally.

Creative Expression

How can we fully realize collective creativity when individual beings are deprived of the most basic necessities for living?

Unlimited Wealth

Wealth is an unlimited resource: the more of it that is shared, the greater the depth of its abundance.

A Profound Hope

It is our profound hope that individuals will come to the self-recognition of developing a natural impetus to help relieve the suffering of others within their own capabilities.

You Are Empowered

To help every being experience the highest quality of life possible.


A Helping Hand

Volunteerism is community. Working together as one to achieve a common purpose. To volunteer is to surrender oneself, the ego, and to work for the benefit of others. It is a commitment of time and an expression of compassion.

Share Resources

Once basic necessities are met and novelties exhausted, material things diminishes in returns on happiness. Abundance can be achieved when wealth is shared for the common prosperity. Our generosity is the antithesis of poverty.

Take Initiative

A cause needs one or a few to rise up and rally the many toward a shared mission, aligned visions, and a common goal. Join the community and use your passions to help pave the way to a thriving existence for all.

The Now

Start local.

Poverty spans the globe but there are also many people experiencing homelessness here in Orange County who can use a helping hand.

In Phase I, we host localized outreach events to provide sustenance, basic life necessities, with a touch of the arts to bring people together and increase awareness of poverty’s hold on the people within the community.

Organic, Gourmet Cuisine


Live Entertainment

Dignified Flare

Practical Services

The Future

Go Global.

Use insights from Phase I & II as a foundation to establish a collective center for community empowerment, arts convergence, and individual development.

Find a suitable location and raise the funds necessary to sustain operation of “The Center for Collective Empowerment.”



The Environment

The People


We are not rich by what we possess but by what we can do without.
—Immanuel Kant

Thieves of Poverty

Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed…
—Dwight D. Eisenhower

Facets of One

There is no Them. There are only facets of Us.
—John Green

A Precious Mind

You might be poor, your shoes might be broken, but your mind is a palace.
—Frank McCourt, Angela’s Ashes


“Tell me I’m clever, Tell me I’m kind, Tell me I’m talented, Tell me I’m cute, Tell me I’m sensitive, Graceful and wise, Tell me I’m perfect –
But tell me the truth.”
—Shel Silverstein


You see things; and you say, ‘Why?’ But I dream things that never were; and I say, “Why not?”
—George Bernard Shaw


“If water derives lucidity from stillness, how much more the faculties of the mind! The mind of the sage, being in repose, becomes the
mirror of the universe, the speculum of all creation.”
—Chuang Tzu


“Our task must be to free ourselves by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and thewhole of nature and its beauty.” — Albert Einstein


“When I turn my mind’s eye upon myself, I understand that I am a thing which is incomplete and dependent on another and which aspires
without limit to ever greater and better things…”
—René Descartes


“The most fundamental phenomenon in the universe is relationship.”
—Jonas Salk


Health is the soul that animates all the enjoyments of life, which fade and are tasteless without it.
—Lucius Annaeus Seneca

Alleviate Suffering

“In every sorrowing soul I pour’d delight, And poverty stood smiling in my sight.”


“Until he extends the circle of his compassion to all living things, man will not himself find peace.”
— Albert Schweitzer


“An awake heart is like a sky that pours light.”


“When Simplicity is broken up, It is made into instruments. Evolved individuals who employ them, Are made into leaders. In this way, the
Great System is United.”
—Lao Tzu