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Review for My Hero Project Inc, Laguna Beach, CA, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

My Hero is MY HERO. This is one of the very best educational on line projects that emulates the POSITIVE things in life at a time when so much disastrous and destructive acts seem to permeate our environment. By having such a great CREATIVE project that affords people the opportunity to share the good there is on this earth through personal stories, videos, music and other interactive event, we can feel the joy and hope that our world can be rescued and healed whether it be caused by natural and/or human disasters. The staff of My Hero walk the talk and collaborate with true talent and goodness and always have a kind and helpful word/gesture to support those of us who hunger for and work for a Culture of Peace. I LOVE MY HERO and all they do. The results are truly meaningful and I have been witness to their success of "an act of peace creates peace". The networking that takes place is beyond awesome and lifelong friends have come from this project, because it works wonders in so many fabulous ways!

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Review for iEARN-USA (International Education and Resource Network) , New York, NY, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I am the co-founder/executive director of The Art Miles Mural Project. There is no non profit organization in the entire world that has initiated and accomplished so much for the benefit of education among teachers and students and the public in general as iEARN. We have been associated with iEARN since the year 2000 when the Millennium United Nations Environment Program brought us and hundreds of children together in the United Kingdom. We were so impressed with the staff that were representing iEARN there because of the workshops they offered and the quality of instruction that came from them and in addition, because our own workshops (mural painting) became so popular and oversubscribed, the iEARNers jumped in to HELP US by helping to coordinate and assist with hundreds of international youth painting murals on the floors of the facility in Eastborne, UK! They even helped us carry the rolls of finished murals to the train station before we had to ship them off. This began what has become a long and rewarding collaboration and cooperation between not only our own organization, but the amazing networking that they are masters at; and largely because of them, we have also happily benefitted from the Project Book tha and conferences that has helped us complete more than 4,000 five by twelve hand painted murals on canvas with more than 1/2 million people from over 100 countries. What they do by connecting people in so many countries inthe world is nothing less than award winning. Interacting with them even inspired me to go meet the founder, Mr. Peter Copen in person because I sought his advice when starting our own project. How often does the founder of a magical project like iEARN consent to give positive advice to another up and coming non profit? The lifelong associations, friendships and FAMILY comradery that has come from our interaction with iEARN has become one of the highpoints of our lives and those that are "touched" by the learning and connecting of humanity they are so successful with. By reaching out with technology way ahead of what others have done, and connecting people throughut the world, it is my view that iEARN has also accomplished a ground swell for living in a culture of peace by teaching millions of adults and children how much more we have in comon versus differences. WE LOVE iEARN and thank them for connecting us with so many incredible and amazing people and projects that grow stronger throughout the years!

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