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Psychology of Vision

The Psychology of Vision community supports a number of charities or funds. Either by collecting money by arranging special events or by collecting money during a seminar. We are also happy to receive your donations.

In all cases it is not simply about giving a financial hand out, the guiding principles of the Psychology of Vision are also applied.

This money is used in various ways which you can see by clicking on the links below.

For more information about a particular fund please use the contact details for the specific fund.

First Nations

December 12, 2019 5:06 pm Published by

First Nations in Canada First Nations – the first peoples of Canada — are made up of more than 200 culturally autonomous Indigenous communities that have unique languages and traditions. Some First Nations communities have been decimated by colonization, and many First Nations people have been negatively impacted by the residential school policy that separated… View Article

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The Bethsaida Foundation

November 7, 2019 3:33 pm Published by

If you give a fish to a boy he will be hungry again tomorrow. If you teach him how to fish, he will have food each day. Anon The Bethsaida Foundation: In 1989 Father Bernardine M. Louis, an Indian from Kerala, founded an orphanage on the former property of a monastery site called Bethsaida. Together… View Article

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Initiative Against Hunger

November 7, 2019 3:31 pm Published by

The Republic of Haiti is located in the Caribbean Sea and is considered the poorest country in Central America. The Initiative Against Hunger (IAH), one of the local NGOs in Haiti, has established a medical health center in Petii-Place-Cazeau, one of the poorest suburbs of Port-au-Prince, the capital city of Haiti, and provides treatment, for… View Article

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NGO Hunger Free World (HFW)

October 8, 2019 10:04 am Published by

We support a multi-purpose training center in Kaliganji, Bangladesh, which is run by the NGO Hunger Free World (HFW). An elementary school uses the same building, which also supports other activities such as computer training, sewing classes for women, poultry farming, and providing small-scale loans for poor women, which are designed to empower the local… View Article

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