The Great Octave Foundation is proud to announce an exciting new joint venture project with Services for the Underserved. Services for the Underserved (SUS) is an extraordinary not-for-profit organization with a staff of over 1,000, serving nearly 5,000 of New York City’s most vulnerable individuals and their families. Shulamit Elson, director of the Great Octave Foundation will teach MediSounds ® meditation to the staff of SUS, who will in turn teach the process to the thousands of New Yorkers that SUS serves. Over 20 SUS program directors and staff members have already experienced MediSounds meditation and the power of Medisounds. They are enthusiastic about the value of the offering of the MediSounds process to the population they assist. The community that SUS works with consists of individuals that are in a daily struggle to get “back on their feet.” Significant numbers are homeless veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress (PTS), while others suffer from developmental disabilities, trauma, ill health, and addiction. SUS provides them with a place to live as well as support services, thereby assisting their transition to a more independent life. For this project to fully succeed, we need your help. We need participation from people like yourself, at no matter what donation amount you can offer. To make your fully tax deductible contribution please visit http://www.greatoctave.com/donate/ and click on the donate button. For more information email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Massachusetts Citizens for Children (MassKids) is a Boston-based not-for-profit organization devoted to the prevention of child abuse. MassKids has joined forces with The Great Octave Foundation to seek funding to scientifically investigate the use of MediSounds as a tool to help at-risk parents cope with stress and control the impulsive behavior that often causes violence against infants. The projects goal is to prevent death and serious injury from Shaken Baby Syndrome.
The Society of Integrative Urology has joined forces with The Great Octave Foundation to scientifically study the effects of MediSounds in calming and soothing individuals in doctors’ waiting rooms or undergoing procedures for prostate-related problems. The Society of Integrative Urology and The Great Octave Foundation are currently seeking donations to help cover the costs of this project.
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