Nobelity Project

Rating: 5 stars   27 reviews


PO Box 161925 Austin TX 78733 USA


By bridging gaps in information and infrastructure we work to ensure an education for all: increasing access, improving quality and fostering global citizenship. The Nobelity Project : Inspiring Stories, Inspired Actions


3 feature documentaries, 50 short films, over 30 community school projects in Kenya, and countless screenings of our films in US schools. Our goals for 2015 include 10 new preschools for Kenyan communities, sponsoring Kenya students to attend college, support of literacy learning in Roatan Honduras, 50,000 trees planted in fire-ravaged areas of Texas and deforested lands in Kenya, providing free service learning opportunities and lesson plans for teachers , and many more chances to tell the stories of people around the world doing good work.

Target demographics:

partner communities carry out innovative solutions to local challenges, and to share their inspiring stories.

Direct beneficiaries per year:

over 30 community partners impacting thousands of young people and their families

Geographic areas served:

Kenya, Honduras, Mexico, Ecuador, Nepal and the US


Nobelity In Action--supporting environmental, health, and education initiatives helping communities bridge the gap in funding and implementation. Nobelity In Schools--engaging US students in issues that effect their futures and providing service opportunities that prove the local acts have global impacts. Nobelity On Screen--producing short and feature length documentary films that raise people's awareness on these issues and move them to action.

2014 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Rating: 5 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

I have been involved with Nobelity Project as a volunteer and board member for over five years. All of my experiences with them have been extraordinary. The imagination, determination and hard work of the two founders is exceptional. The organization exceed in stewardship of funds, partnerships and community involvement.

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The Nobelity Project is making a positive change globally and in the Austin area. Working for children in other areas of the world is creating positive change and connecting people in a deep, meaningful way. Their educational outreach program is incredible. Students in the US learn about social action and global competencies and participate in service l The students are able to understand and act on global issues.

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As a board member, it has been a great honor to assist The Nobelity Project and the founders, Christy and Turk Pipkin in the impactful and varied work that TNP is involved in around the world. Education and connecting people globally through education has been a main focus of TNP and seeing the empowerment in the faces of those whose communities have benefited AND those who have donated and volunteered, is an amazing example of how working together globally and locally make a difference in so many lives. TNP also assists other non-profits doing important work around the world, by making award-winning films which help those groups fund-raise and gain visibility for their projects. Schools, libraries, clean water systems, tree planting and incredible documentary films, these and many other projects have been accomplished in less than ten years because of the integrity of TNP and the founders, and their dedication to efficient use of funds, and hands-on community volunteers working together to accomplish life-changing goals, in the US and abroad.

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