Eco Ed Impact Corp connects with communities to provide projects that build awareness and access to the UN Sustainable Development Goals through fun and engaging activities. We are on the ground, putting our hands to the plow directly, serving the community, and making an environmental and social impact. Our projects promote the well-being of individuals and families through social justice, emergency preparedness, and food security. We build community gardens, conduct youth resilience workshops, clean-up initiatives, and an overall opportunity to meet and provide solutions.
We believe that putting a smile on someone's face can provide human well-being through laughter. The EEIC smile campaign is part of our Ecosystem Service (ESs), promoting human-wellness as part of the UN Sustainable Development Goals toward "Good Health and Well-Being." Join us in helping to make a difference by volunteering, sponsorship, or simply by donating below.
EEIC will offer ongoing free "Green Car Wash'' events to the elderly, frontline workers, individuals with disabilities, and single parents. Our car wash is part of our Ecosystem Services (ESs) to communities that can benefit the most from "Good Health and Human Well-Being" during the Covid19 crisis. Our car wash process uses a limited amount of water and the energy commitment of our volunteers. Our methods help reduce the carbon footprint caused by the energy produced from a traditional car wash and minimize water consumption and waste. Join us in promoting good health and human well-being by volunteering, sponsoring, or donating below.
Communication is key. One of the best ways to know what communities need is to ask them and listen carefully to the answers. The Community Conversation Circle is a weekly meeting hosted in green spaces. The CCC will discuss the need and attempt to solve the individual and collective needs in a holistic rather than segmented way. In addition, the collaboration of partners on the “Social Impact Solutions Chain” will synchronize actions using a centralized system to get participants aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Join us in making an impact by volunteering, sponsoring, or donating below.
As part of the "Sustainable Cities and Communities'' Sustainable Development Goal, EEIC will provide free Front Yard Cleanup assistance to the elderly, disabled, and single parents in the communities we serve. In addition, our Ecosystem Services (ESs) utilize the energy typically burned through exercise and reroute it toward projects that will offset the carbon footprint on our environment and impact the community. Join us to promote sustainable cities and communities and offset the carbon footprint by volunteering, sponsoring, or donating below.
Neighborhood Pride is an Ecosystem Service (ESs) offered by EEIC to fulfill the UN Sustainable Development Goals of “Sustainable Cities and Communities.” The collaborations are between local government, faith-based organizations, community advocacy groups, local businesses and sponsors, and donors seeking to impact the community. Supporting strong neighborhoods and making sure no one is overlooked is social and economic justice. Join us in making a sustainable impact on cities and communities by volunteering, sponsoring, or donating below.
Vicarious Views is a project that promotes an appreciation for "Life on Land" (SDG15) and "Good Health and Well-Being" (SDG3), using visuals, sounds, and communication. EEIC, in partnership with AskChaashab, streams video content of nature, exercise, and motivational conversation to mobile devices, computer screens, and televisions. Participants will get both live and have access to replays. Join us in providing awareness and well-being content and nostalgic experiences by volunteering, sponsoring, or donating below.
What if your community was responsible for growing one specific type of food, perfecting and packaging that food, then coming together weekly with other communities to trade food with each other? Zipgrow aims to achieve this community objective and is part of EEIC’s food security and social justice mission. We believe the UN Sustainable Development Goal of “Zero Hunger” is achievable through collaboration with local government, communities, farmers, and support from corporate partners seeking to make a social impact. Join us in fighting hunger by volunteering, sponsoring, or donating below.
The history of a community is part of its soul. Capturing the essence of its unique qualities while highlighting its heroes is a process that requires time and excellent communication. The perspective of the elderly and the community's youth's voice are relevant in shaping the mural layout. The Community Beautification Mural is about preserving culture, history and highlighting their contributions through art. Join us in promoting human well-being, cultural preservation partnerships for the goals by volunteering, sponsoring, or donating below.
EEIC wants to provide maximum awareness of the UN Sustainable Development Goals by delivering information in the language and platforms most appropriate for our participants. We believe that the individuals, families, and communities who can benefit the most from SDGs are sometimes the least informed that it exists. Therefore, EEIC will promote the "SDGs Awareness Workshops'' using traditional and digital marketing campaigns. The workshops will be held in person and remotely and present information on ending poverty, protecting the planet, and ensuring that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030. Join us to build awareness of the SDG goal by volunteering, sponsoring, or donating below.
The EEIC Cultural Mart is a pop-up arts and culture market featuring artisan works worldwide on a local platform. This pop-up experience will provide an opportunity to fulfill the Sustainable Cities and Communities (SDG11) and Decent Work and Economic Growth (SDG8) guidelines provided by the UN SDGs. The Culture Mart will also help preserve and showcase the people's heritage and culture, adding well-being to the list of benefits from this Eco Ed Impact Corp project. Help us duplicate this vibrant and artsy monthly event to local markets in as many states as possible by volunteering, sponsoring, or donating below.
Today’s youth have their language. Unfortunately, there is a growing disconnection between Generation Y, Generation X, and baby boomers. Everything from texting acronyms to social media addiction to the thirst for social media content has created a more profound generational gap. EEIC has designed “The Generation Bridge - Youth and Elderly Literacy Club” to “ Reduce Inequality” (SDG10) and promote “Good Health and Well-Being (SDG3)”. Our reading program will schedule remote and in-person reading activities and dialogue between elderly and youth participants. Join us in bridging the gap by volunteering, sponsoring, or making a donation below.
EEIC creates Healing Gardens to capture nature's psychological, social, physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits. Our team of master gardeners, designers, and volunteers create a space where individuals can experience peace, tranquility and connect with themselves. We add various colors, textures, lights, and sounds in the Healing Garden to provide, therefore,-being. Thus, keeping the mind distracted from trauma, depression, and other nuances caused by loss. The Healing Garden also serves as a STEM learning experience for children and promotes appreciation for the environment.