- Mahatma Gandhi
The Miner Foundation is committed to helping all person achieve good health and prosperity, and this path begins with clean sustainable water sources We are committed to partnering with other organizations to bring families water pumps, clean water wells, and to educate them to properly manage their water resources, practice water conservation and protect drinking water to keep protect them from waterborne diseases.
The Miner Foundation also believes these families must be given tools to transform their lives. We do this by partnering with organizations that emphasize sustainable farming. Farming is core to good health and healthy living. Our focus is at the community level and with small-scale farmers in impoverished nations who can be transformed. With this focus, we can make the world a better place and end hunger around the globe.
The Miner Foundation is committed to empowering women to be the author of their future. Women and children are the fastest growing segment of the homeless population in the United States. Our core belief is that helping each woman achieve self-reliance is key to their long term success. We partner with programs that help women find sustainable income and work. In many impoverished nations, Women are responsible for producing 80 percent of the food. We partner with programs that empowers mothers achieve self-sustaining work, and to send their children to school.
Moreover, we are committed to the empowerment of women in the workforce so women may have more control over their lives, and obtain a sense of freedom to make their own schedules, learn new skills and gain self-reliance. We believe in educating about the significant benefits of gender equality in the work force, allowing women more power and control in the workplace thereby allowing businesses to diversify decision-making and ensuring each employee receives equal compensation to that of other employees of similar rank, experience and tenure. Finally, we believe that businesses should provide equal access to company-supported education and vocational training programs and that employers should encourage women to pursue nontraditional jobs and ensure that all employees have equal opportunities to get involved with mentoring programs.
We provide resources and opportunities to those in need so they may have hope for better things to come. Our emphasis and core focus is on helping women and children establish stability for themselves, domestically and around the globe. We are committed to eliminating domestic and global poverty and hunger and have established critical and impactful partnerships to achieve this goal. The Miner Foundation's focus domestically is to assist established non-profit entities such as food banks and women and children shelters. Globally, we have brought fresh water, goats, cows, and other life giving necessities to thousands of women and children in Malawi and Zimbabwe, and have twice now found matching donors for our contributions. In doings so, we will empower women and children, and in doing so bring them prosperity and fullness to their lives.
The Miner Foundation is committed to giving back by helping establish Healthy Communities, and to promote community environments that can reinforce healthy choices that allow individuals to live their healthiest life. We believe that if we can help individuals achieve healthy living and overall wellness because we believe when you're healthy, you look better, feel better, require less healthcare, and overall enjoy a better quality of life. To achieve this goal, The Miner Foundation seeks organizations that encourage individuals to complete a health assessment and screening, select and set goals for the individual relating exercise and better dieting, track progress to reach goals.
The Miner Foundation is committed to research, early intervention, and education pertaining to lung cancer and autism.
We are committed to helping others better understand autism, encourage early screening for autism, provide direct and impactful advice to parents, explore what can be done to prevent autism, and to provide better education and treatment options to parents.
We are committed to research related to prevention, genetics, causes, treatment, and to encourage cancer screening and diagnostic tests.