Anthony Robbins Foundation
Rating: 4.92 stars 12 12 reviews
9672 via Excelencia Suite 102 San Diego CA 92126 USA
To serve those individuals who are most often forgotten: the homeless, the elderly, youth, disabled and incarcerated members of society.
Geographic areas served:
Global youth leadership summit "gyls" - gyls is a five day program providing and environment design to boost participants into leadership roles that will change their lives and that of their community. The program includes speakers presenting on topics which help participants to identify their own particular leadership strengths, team building exercise, contribution and focusing on the oneness of humanity while still honoring our individuality and diversity.
global community connection "gcc" - the anthony robbins foundation offers its heartfelt compassion of the victims of the numerous natural disasters felt throughout the world. The foundation is passionate about participating in reconstruction activities throughout the world. As men and women across the world begin to rebuild, the anthony robbins foundation takes honor in providing hope and funding support to the many suffering communities.
basket brigade "bb" - basket brigade is built on a simple notion: one small act of generosity on the part of one caring person can transform the lives of hundreds. It takes only one light to dispel the darkness, and even just one basket or a few, to bring hope! A basket brigade takes place when one individual prepares one basket to personally deliver to a needy family or individual.
homeless, youth mentoring, clear event scholarships, upw leadership, inmate, platinum partnership footprints, volunteer. The anthony robbins foundation mentoring program encourages community leaders to serve as mentors within their local schools and nonprofit organizations. The foundation mentoring program provides leadership materials and ten lessons designed to give students new skills, introduce them to amazing leaders and help them to make a difference in their communities. The anthony robbins foundation inmate program offers correctional facilities support through materials and a curriculum specially designed for incarcerated adults and youths. Over the course of a decade the anthony robbins foundation has provided books, tapes, and lesson plans to more than 800 correctional facilities and halfway houses. Participating institutions have developed successful programs that give program participants the tools necessary to break their patterns and lead law-abiding lives for the betterment of our society. The homeless program was designed exclusively for nonprofit organizations with a mission to support homeless and transitioning populations. The desired outcome of our program is to teach organizations and their staff how to make great strides towards their organization's success. Providing the resources, information and education needed to take strides towards a successful future, we are dedicated to helping individuals thrive.
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www.AnthonyRobbinsFoundation.com Global Youth Leadership Academy - Coach for teams about 200 plus Outstanding youth ambassadors age 14 - 17 from 15+ countries Students must qualify Free except for activity fee – Students must get there on their own. Held at University California site annually July for four – five days, meals cafeteria, dorms – multiple world class speakers, training, exercises, on Leadership, Teamwork, Business, Public speaking, growth and contribution. Richard Bradshaw – Senior Leader Tony Robbins.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
five years plus
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Make it bigger
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
My own personal growth - it is very rewarding
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Outstanding and some are already changeing the world
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Add more students
Ways to make it better...
I had more time
In my opinion, the biggest challenges facing this organization are...
getting more people both as participants and volunteers
One thing I'd also say is that...
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About once a year
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