It is said quite often, although perhaps not often enough, that to receive more in life, we must express Gratitude for the blessings we already have.

One of the ways to express such gratitude in a tangible way, is by using some of what comes to us to help others less fortunate.

In addition to Han’s legacy work in founding and directing the Advancement of Humanity Institute & Foundation, see: AdvHumanity, here is a list of organizations that he presently participates in supporting.  ALL these organizations are doing incredible work on behalf of others. Perhaps YOU also might consider contributing to any (or all) of these as a way of YOUR “Giving Back” ?

CM (Community Matters)

 CM is a non-profit organization located in northern California. They are developers of the Safe School Ambassador (SSA) student empowerment program which teaches elementary, middle and high school students about the negative effects of mistreatment of others, and ways to Intervene in incidents of exclusion, ridicule, bullying, and harassment that have devastating effects on their peers.

Did you know that here in the USA almost 160,000 kids stay home from school each day because they are afraid of what someone might say or do to them at their schools?  Community Matters is helping to change that.

Growing steadily for over 10 years, CM’s student-based youth empowerment programs have received both national and international acclaim for excellence and effectiveness. The Safe School Ambassador Program is implemented successfully in 30 states with more than 30,000 kids trained in over 850 schools.

The need for SSA programs in our schools has never been greater. However, state and federal financial cutbacks resulting in school budgets being at an all time low.  CM needs help in funding their programs. Please check their website at  and find out how you might assist them in this invaluable work.


 It's finally easy to actually do something about poverty. You can go to Kiva's website ( and lend to someone across the globe that needs a micro loan for their business - like raising goats, selling vegetables at market or making bricks. You can participate for as little as $25. -----------.

Kiva lets everyday people lend small amounts of money via the web to the working poor worldwide. Since launching in 2005, Kiva has connected over a million people through lending to alleviate poverty in 57 countries, including the United States.

You will know exactly who your money is loaned to and what they're using it for. And most of all, you will know that you’re helping them build a sustainable business providing income to feed, clothe, house, and educate their family long after your loan is paid back.

The best part is that when the entrepreneur pays back their loan, and you get your money back, you can use it to help someone else. All Kiva loans are managed by micro-finance institutions that have a lot of experience doing this, so you can trust that your money is being handled responsibly.

 Join KIVA in helping to change the world one loan at a time


Mother Miracle (  makes a difference through education, healthcare, human resources and unconditional love. Their mission is to help improve the quality of life of children and families living in underprivileged communities in India.

It is their aim to help people in need become self sufficient through education, community development, and individual care. For children and youth, they provide quality education and vocational training free of cost, as well as health, nutrition, and basic needs. For needy families, they construct homes, provide building supplies and basic furnishings, as well as provide emergency aid for unexpected circumstances,

For community development, they provide resource materials and teacher training to schools in need. They help people to develop their skills and expand their businesses with small loans to produce sustainable income to care for their families

Find out how you can make a great difference in the lives of those in need.     

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