Working to Become Sustainable

Working to Become Sustainable

Kindness, Faith & Healing takes more than SevenDays®!

In 2014, after William L Corporon, MD, his grandson, Reat Underwood and Terri LaManno were murdered by a white supremacist, the SevenDays® Make a Ripple, Change the World event was launched!  After five successful years of hosting SevenDays® – the Faith Always Wins Foundation is now asking for our followers to help sustain our work in Kindness, Faith & Healing year round.

We are submitting grant requests, we are speaking with local, regional and national entities with whom we might partner for sustainable resources, we own 51% of Workplace Healing, LLC and we are launching our “It takes more than SevenDays®” campaign with the intent on creating several revenue channels for sustainability. With tenacity and perseverance, we know our foundation will continue to grow in our community and beyond.

Your monthly donation will make a significant difference in the lives of many! When we reach 400 donors interested and ready to donate $36.5 monthly, we have the financial ability to continue our work annually.  When we reach 569 donors interested and ready to $36.5 monthly, we will expand our reach regionally and nationally.

With a monthly donation of $36.5 you will be part of our mission to promote dialogue for the betterment of our world through Kindness, Faith and Healing. #youaretheripple

Hugs like this one between our co-founder Mindy Corporon and Pastor Cheryl Jefferson-Bell are needed more and more as our nation struggles with the increased chatter and violence surrounding hateful ideology. KINDNESS has to be louder! Share your hugs with us on our Facebook page.

Mindy Corporon and Pastor Cheryl Jefferson-Bell
Global Ties 2019

In July, the high school students involved in our FAITH pillar enjoyed an engaging evening with students from KCIYA and this summer’s group of students from Mexico hosted by Global Ties. Providing us a fun to read account of his personal experience, reflections and the impact these relationships have on our young people, is Jack Reeves. Jack is a recent graduate of Blue Valley High School and an incoming freshman with George Washington University. We are thankful to have had Jack involved with Faith Always Wins Foundation for four years!

Workplace Healing

Life disruptions continue to happen in our lives and those around us. Often, we don’t know what to say to those most affected. 

In the 90-minute H.O.P.E. Workshop provided by Workplace Healing, LLC we offer tangible, easy to adapt language and tools. 

Provided are three things you can say to someone who is hurting, reeling from a personal disruption in their life:

1. I am sorry (for your loss).

2. I wish I had the right words, please know I care.

3. I don’t know how you feel, but I am here to help in any way that I can.

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