Community

Supporting Change – One Small Step at a Time!

The World Sales Solutions team practices combining “business” and “civic engagement” around worthy causes that bring inspiration and hope to communities around the world.

Programs we actively support include:

HOPE worldwide in Delhi, India
The Village of HOPE worldwide in Delhi, India (the first Center of HOPE worldwide) provides a full spectrum of services to an entire community of roughly 4,000 people affected by leprosy. Their services include housing; preschool and after school programs; basic medical services; vocational training; and microfinance programs to promote economic self-sufficiency for the desperate people of Delhi, India.

Drexel Alumni – CAN DU
The Community Alumni Network at Drexel University (“CAN DU”), an outreach program of the Drexel University Alumni Association, supports alumni, students, faculty, and staff in making a difference in our community. This group embraces civic engagement, social responsibility, giving back, volunteerism, and leadership development. The team consists of talented alumni with the motivation to provide time and resources which enable campus partnerships and outreach with Drexel alumni in the Greater Philadelphia region, nation, and globe. Recently CAN DU won a Gold Award in the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Circle of Excellence Award Competition.

Nelson Mandela Foundation
The Nelson Mandela Foundation was established after Mr Nelson Mandela’s retirement and leads the development of a living legacy that captures the vision and values of Mr Mandela’s life and work. Through the creation of strategic networks and partnerships, the Nelson Mandela Foundation directs resources, knowledge and practice to add value and demonstrate new possibilities. The Nelson Mandela Foundation embodies the spirit of reconciliation, ubuntu, and social justice. Their work is a celebration of Mr Mandela’s life.z

A.J. Drexel Autism Institute
The A.J. Drexel Autism Institute is the first research organization built around a public health science approach to understanding and addressing the challenges of autism spectrum disorders. The Autism Institute’s mission is to discover, develop, promote and disseminate population-level and community-based approaches that will prevent autism-associated morbidity and disability and improve the quality of life for individuals with autism of all ages.

Manna on Main Street
Manna on Main Street in Lansdale, Pennsylvania was founded in 1981 and has grown to be a place where those seeking help and those willing to help have gathered to work together. Manna provides a soup kitchen, food cupboard, and emergency financial aid to help individuals and families in need. Manna’s vision is “that everyone might be fed.”

 

 

 

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