What are AFA’s specific projects?


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Wow, there are sooo many projects AFA wants to do.

Here are a few ideas that have come up since 2005:

(If you have any ideas, please submit them to be added)


*  This www.allforall.us website

*  Provide living & recovery supplies & services to survivors of natural disasters (i.e. Hurricane Katrina) who have been displaced and relocated.

*  Provide alternative energy systems (i.e. solar, wind, etc) to those that can’t afford the initial high startup costs.

*  Teach financial planning, tax & investment education to lower-income earners, who generally can’t afford such quality advice.

*  Cultural field trips.  I think of Rachel Carlson’s Silent Spring: “The more clearly we can focus our attention on the wonders and realities of the universe about us, the less taste we shall have for destruction.”  So many people are not aware of the world and people outside of their small realm.  By taking people on trips to communities they are unfamiliar with, their horizons of acceptance will broaden, and they’ll bring back to their own communities a sense of appreciation, tolerance and acceptance of others around them – thus promoting a more peaceful existence wherever they go and throughout their life.

*  ­It’s a Big Small World – a “coffee table” photo book of children around the world, celebrating their similarities and differences, such as their activities, physical characteristic, clothing, activities, settings & expressions.

*  Instruct & provide suggestions for reducing, reusing and recycling.

*  Teach healthy nutrition.

*  Produce and distribute, via print, audio, video & computer, AFA teachings and promotions.

*  Contribute time and/or money to other like-minded organizations or efforts.


            There are many more projects to be added, as they are acted upon, remembered or thought up.



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