CHARITY PROJECTS






New City Seminar

In championing the causes of children and their well-being, we also recognize the importance of good parenting. Good mental health is a pre-requisite to being a good parent, caregiver, and spouse. Beginning with these convictions, The Daniel Foundation presented its first public seminar on depression and Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.). The seminar took place at New City Fellowship on January 27, 2007. The guest speakers included speakers Mr. Darwin White, a psychotherapist with over 16 years experience, and Dr. Dale Anderson, a psychiatric physician specializing in these areas.

Read more about S.A.D.

Read more about depression


RECENT PROJECTS

The Freedom School
Providing private elementary education for at-risk children, especially literacy programming
This project was aimed primarily at inner city youth without the means to afford private education.

The American Red Cross
Aimed at further advancement of the lifeguard training program. To ensure that individuals are properly educated and leave the program qualified to watch our children and perhaps someday save a life.

Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Helped to provide for the improvement of the hospital’s interpreting services for international families.

 




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