Projects in the Domain of Health
Ronald McDonald House New York WorldLegacy's NC174 Leadership Team funded a family guest room for an entire year by raising $13,060 in less than a week. The money pays for multiple families to stay for free at the Ronald McDonald House New York City. This money...
The project created a space where patients could exercise and socialize in a hospital environment.
Club Nova members helped design and paint outdoor murals. All the air conditioning ducts under the house were repaired and new thermostats were installed. Weather stripping was installed around the doors. The front of the house was scraped and painted
WorldLegacy’s NC154 Leadership Team raised, in one week, $13,500 for the Children of St. Judes Research Hospital. St. Jude’s Research Hospital for Children believes that “no child should die in the dawn of life.”
WorldLegacy’s NC123 Leadership Team chose The CAARE Center as their Extreme Makeover Legacy Project to support the people who can benefit directly from the services, as well as their families and the community.
Freedom House Recovery Center is committed to making a difference in the lives of people with addiction, mental illness, and developmental disability. People come to Freedom House to reclaim their lives, reclaim their freedom and to heal.
At the end of a winding gravel road just outside Raleigh’s city limits sits a small barn and a couple of horses that have brought together more than 200 people in the name of volunteerism. Helping Horse, a nonprofit group that has provided therapeutic horseback riding for disabled children since 1989, has relied
The WorldLegacy’s Leadership Program has contributed more than 27 pro bono projects in the Durham community. Among the many projects the WorldLegacy has made possible is their project to enhance the efficiency of the Family Center of Northern Durham,
The NC87 Leadership Program chose the Ronald McDonald House in Durham for their project. They completely redesigned the playroom, including new flooring, a “castle” for children to play in, and toys and books.
Camp Royall, a summer camp for individuals with autism, received an extreme makeover by WorldLegacy’s NC 148 leadership team. In only two days, the facility received an upgraded staff lounge, upgraded cabins and a spa appreciation day for the caregivers.
Building a State of the Art Hospital in Botswana Two Extreme Givers that are WorldLegacy North Carolina Leadership Graduates: Jane Arnold, CNM and Julie Sweedler. They left cushy UNC to create a state-of-the-art hospital in a country where there is nothing like it....
In January of 2009, WorldLegacy’s NC106 Leadership team chose the Woman’s Rehabilitation and Counseling Center in Florida for their project. This facility provides a home for up to a year for woman and children who are transitioning in life.
I used the courage, confidence and skills I found there to win a first-time $990,000 grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for the global polio eradication project
John Foley, NC100 Leadership Graduate and Kaaren Johanson, NC61 Leadership Graduate were part of the first 16-person kidney donation chain last month at Johns Hopkins Hospital and who are now promoting kidney donations.
I recently returned from a trip to Arequipa, Peru with my church. It was a mission focused on being with the people and then going where wanted and needed. The people there are poorer than we could ever imagine – as in not having food for TODAY.
100% is possible 100% of the time. I’m in S. Sudan today because two years ago, one week after completing my WorldLegacy Trainings and beginning Leadership Practice at the WorldLegacy, I decided to do something about the fact that very few children here have access to basic health services, so one in four of them die before reaching their fifth birthday.