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Muhammed Ali Center

A multicultural center with an award-winning museum, the Muhammad Ali Center captures the inspiration derived from the story of Muhammad Ali’s incredible life.  A visit to the Center is not just an experience, but a journey into the heart of a champion. The Ali Center’s two-and-a-half levels of award-winning exhibits and galleries invite visitors to explore Muhammad Ali’s legendary life, as well as to reflect upon one’s own individual values, inner strength, character, and what makes you the greatest person you can be.

Take a breathtaking journey through the Ali Center’s interactive and multimedia exhibits and discover the six core principles that Muhammad Ali embraced throughout his life: Confidence, Conviction, Dedication, Giving, Respect, and Spirituality. Learn how they gave him the wherewithal to be the best athlete he could be, the strength and courage to stand up for what he believed, and the inspiration to reach people around the world and dedicate himself to helping others.

BrandMoxie

BrandMoxie is a leading advertising and marketing agency that provides clients a one-stop shop of the entire breadth of marketing services, from strategy consulting and research, to branding, advertising and campaign implementation. Established in 2004, BrandMoxie sets itself apart from other agencies through its active community engagement and corporate social responsibility.

BrandMoxie established Tamakkan, a knowledge sharing platform, in June 2009 to support SME growth by promoting entrepreneurship, leadership and innovation.  Tamakkan holds monthly seminars on business, marketing, technology and innovation, and it promotes best practices and corporate social responsibility. www.brandmoxie.com

In August 2009 BrandMoxie launched Tempo magazine to build cultural bridges and find common img_3138ground between people of different nationalities and backgrounds. The magazine celebrates everyday heroes who are creative, artistic, entrepreneurial and socially engaged. Through its diverse content, Tempo promotes the ideals of generosity, kindness and tolerance. The magazine’s online presence is www.feelyourtempo.com

In April 2015, BrandMoxie launched the Smovies, a short film competition, platform to provide an opportunity for emerging filmmakers. The Smovies recognizes new talent and gives them cinema screen exposure. The Smovies’ partners have included Vox Cinemas, New York Film Academy, The US Embassy in Abu Dhabi, twofour54, Image Nation and Infiniti. www.thesmovies.com

 

Play For Peace

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Everyone is invited and everybody wins!

Play for Peace is a community of people who are, right now, creating a more peaceful world. In fact, one of the most exciting things about Play for Peace is that at any time of day or night Play for Peace is happening somewhere in the world. Children, youth and adults, even in communities in conflict, are deciding to choose compassion and practice peace, and they are learning to do this through the joy of play. Few things can provide a common link between people like laughter and play. Through cooperative play, we have a universal and non-threatening platform around which people can come together and learn. Play creates a gateway to moments when differences dissolve, fear melts away, and we see what connects us rather than what divides us. At Play for Peace we believe: Everyone can be an architect, builder and leader for peace; Every community can create and sustain peace; Play is one of the most innovative catalysts for peace in the world today.

Learn more at PlayforPeace.org!

Silent Disco Squad

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Our Mission

Silent Disco Squad is an experimental Danceparty that creates shared music experiences in everyday moments. SDS started with there burning questions:

  • – How can we carry the power of the dancefloor into everyday moments?
  • – Does technology bring us closer together or further apart?
  • – How can you scale a vibe without losing integrity?

We believe the Dancefloor is a powerful space deeply embedded within human culture. The Dancefloor is a transformational of expression, connection, and community. We intent to bring the power of the Dance floor into everyday Urban moments!

10371255_253742244816815_8415164598851735852_o (1)Hi there fellow compassion agents! David Zangwill Here. I’m a Co-Founder of Silent Disco Squad – an organization dedicated to Turning the World into a Dance floor. To see where the roots of this project come from, here is a TEDx talk I gave on Silent Disco Squad. We dance in the streets to bring people together in celebration, radically express who we are, and intimately connect through music and dance. Ultimately Silent Disco Squad is ushering a new way to relate to others in public space. In our present world all to often we go through public space as strangers – if we are courageous and compassionate we meet we can turn strangers into someone familiar through a simple action. We are collaborating with Compassion Games International, Unify and co-creating a Global Silent Disco for Peace September 21. Join the Global Dance Party here at our site, Silent Disco Squad.

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Corporation for National and Community Service

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We are the Corporation for National and Community Service, a federal agency that helps more than 5 million Americans improve the lives of their fellow citizens through service. Working hand in hand with local partners, we tap the ingenuity and can-do spirit of the American people to tackle some of the most pressing challenges facing our nation.

We invest in thousands of nonprofit and faith-based groups that are making a difference across the country. We are AmeriCorps, Senior Corps, the Social Innovation Fund, the Volunteer Generation Fund, and more. We serve, we build, and we make an impact that changes lives and communities.

 

http://www.nationalservice.gov

9/11 Day

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9/11 Day is the largest annual day of charitable engagement in the United States. Each year more than 40 million Americans, and many others in 150 countries observe September 11 by performing good deeds that help others. The goal of 9/11 Day is to keep alive the spirit of unity and compassion that arose in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, providing a positive, helpful way for people to annually remember and pay tribute to the 9/11 victims, and honor those that rose in service in response to the attacks.

www.911day.org

Charter for Compassion

On February 28, 2008 acclaimed scholar and bestselling author Karen Armstrong received the TED Prize and made a wish—to help create, launch, and propagate a Charter for Compassion. After much work and the contribution of thousands of people. the Charter was unveiled to the world on November 12, 2009.

Our organization — Charter for Compassion — was inspired by the Charter for Compassion, created by Karen Armstrong and the Council of Conscience in 2009, and inherits a confluence of contributions made by TED.com, the Compassionate Action Network, the Fetzer Institute, and many others. Charter for Compassion International provides an umbrella for people to engage in collaborative partnerships worldwide. Our mission is to bring to life the principles articulated in the Charter for Compassion through concrete, practical action in a myriad of sectors.

Our advisory body for the Charter for Compassion is the Global Compassion Council, led by Joan Brown Campbell, and our governing Board of Trustees is drawn from the members of the Council.

Aware that our world is deeply troubled and polarized and committed to make the world a better place, we work to establish and sustain cultures of compassion locally and globally through diverse initiatives—education, cities, business, religious and spiritual communities, and the arts. We supply resources, information and communication platforms to help create and support compassionate communities, institutions, and networks of all types that are dedicated to becoming compassionate presences in the world. Through a vibrant Charter for Compassion Partner Network we welcome and communicate the sharing of information, stories and experiences that touch the work of compassion.

CCARE – Center for Compassion and Altruism Research Education

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While science has made great strides in treating pathologies of the human mind, far less research exists to date on positive qualities of the human mind including compassion, altruism and empathy. Yet these prosocial traits are innate to us and lie at the very centerpiece of our common humanity. Our capacity to feel compassion has ensured the survival and thriving of our species over millennia. For this reason, the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE) at Stanford University School of Medicine was founded in 2008 with the explicit goal of promoting, supporting, and conducting rigorous scientific studies of compassion and altruistic behavior. Founded and directed by Dr. James Doty, Clinical Professor of Neurosurgery, CCARE is established within the Department of Neurosurgery. To date, CCARE has collaborated with a number of prominent neuroscientists, behavioral scientists, geneticists and biomedical researchers to closely examine the physiological and psychological correlates of compassion and altruism.

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Mission

CCARE investigates methods for cultivating compassion and promoting altruism within individuals and society through rigorous research, scientific collaborations, and academic conferences. In addition, CCARE provides a compassion cultivation program and teacher training as well as educational public events and programs.

Vision

CCARE envisions a world in which, thanks to rigorous research studies on the benefits of compassion:

  • the practice of compassion is understood to be as important for health as physical exercise & healthful diet
  • empirically validated techniques for cultivating compassion are widely accessible
  • the practice of compassion is taught and applied in schools, hospitals, prisons, the military and other community settings.

Learn more about CCARE here!

Seat of the Soul Institute (with Gary Zukav)

“I love ‘Survival of the Kindest’ because it is an accurate and precise expression of our new evolutionary circumstance.”
– Gary Zukav on the Compassion Games

OUR INSPIRATION
We believe that a great transformation in human consciousness has begun, our evolution now requires spiritual growth, and spiritual growth requires conscious choices.

OUR MISSION
We assist people across the world in creating meaning and purpose, creativity and health, joy and love. We call this authentic power – the alignment of the personality with the soul.

OUR MEANS
We provide programs and tools that help you create emotional awareness, responsible choice, intuition, trust, and spiritual partnerships – partnerships between equals for the purpose of spiritual growth (creating authentic power).

OUR VALUES
We believe the values of the soul are harmony, cooperation, sharing, and reverence for Life. They are our values, too.

OUR VISION
We envision a world of Universal Humans who are beyond nation, race, sex, religion, culture, and economic circumstance; who are citizens of the Universe; and whose allegiance is to Life.

About Gary Zukav

435x245-Gary-Zukav_052Gary Zukav’s gentle presence, humor, and insightful wisdom have inspired millions to realize their soul’s greatest potential. A master teacher and eloquent author of four consecutive New York Times bestsellers, Gary is dedicated to the current extraordinary transformation in human consciousness – an unprecedented threshold in the human experience. This transformation is no less than a Revolution of the Soul, one that touches the heart of all humanity and is based on spiritual growth, conscious choices, and a celebration and reverence for Life.

Learn more about the Seat of the Soul Institute and Gary Zukav’s work at http://seatofthesoul.com/

Whats Good 206

Mission

We are a collective of creative and social justice minded people working together to use digital media as a catalyst to inform, inspire and engage our community to act and make our communities a more compassionate place for all people.
www.whatsgood206.org