Tree of Life Campaign
At the Gonino Center for Healing we want to allow others an outlet to pay it forward. The Tree of Life campaign lets those that are called to give anonymously, to give to patients that may not be able to afford integrative medical care. Every donation is allocated to peoples accounts that pay for services such as Labwork, IV therapy, doctors visits etc. The Gonino's lovingly match the donation up to five hundred dollars.
Call the front office for donations accepted over the phone or simply speak to someone about the Tree of Life Campaign at your next office visit.(Any family and friends donations are accepted as a credit to the patients account. Donations to the TOL are made by people unknown to the patient as the premise for this is anonymous giving. However, if the two, the giver and receiver, would like to meet, we can set that meeting up.) Love Heals.
Texas Medical Freedom is an initiative of Texas Right To Know. The Texas Medical Freedom website details its mission to expose to the public examples where the Texas Medical Board (TMB) is exerting sanctions against health practitioners who practice under Title 22 Part 9 Chapter 200 of the Texas Administrative Code - Standards for Physicians Practicing Complementary and Alternative Medicine. When practitioners are investigated by the TMB after providing legal and compliant alternative medicine, the TMB evaluates the situation using guidelines for conventional therapies. Many times investigations include review of private patient records without patient consent or without a warrant and can lead to sanctions or revocation of the health practitioner's license without due process.
On December 9, 2016, the TMB will be having a...more
Texas Right To Know (TRTK) is a coalition of various advocacy groups with services designed to inform and connect people in a community regarding local and state legislative issues that affect their basic necessities of life and how they can get involved and influence the laws they live under. Though there are many very important social issues before us, TRTK will focus on those which bring forth a united front for action and steer clear of those issues which are controversial, polarizing and divisive.more
EatWild.com provides lists of farmers known to produce wholesome raw dairy products as well as grass-fed beef and other farm-fresh produce. Here you can also find information about local farmers markets, as well as local stores and restaurants that sell grass-fed products.
Weston A Price has local chapters in most states, and many of them are connected with buying clubs in which you can easily purchase organic foods, including grass-fed raw dairy products like milk and butter.
The Grassfed Exchange has a listing of producers selling organic and grass-fed meats across the U.S.
This website will help you find farmers markets, family farms and other sources of sustainably grown food...more
Our mission is simple: Build a socially-conscious generation of young people who END the global water crisis. We do this by educating students about it and activating them to rock the clean water cause & build real water projects all over the world. Why Water? Health and Sanitation: Waterborne diseases kill more children every single year than AIDS, Malaria, and all world violence combined. Small children typically do not have strong enough immune systems to fight diseases like cholera, dysentery, or schistosomiasis.
By providing a community with safe drinking water, disease rates can drop by up to 88% virtually overnight! Child mortality rates can drop up to 90%- overnight! Clean water also plays an incredibly critical role in effectively treating and managing HIV/AIDS in rural communities. Swaziland, for example, has the single-highest-density population of HIV/AIDS in the world. For a person with HIV/AIDS, even if you have access to medical treatment or antiretroviral medication, but are still forced to drink dirty water from...more
The Poiema Foundation was founded by Rebecca Jowers. When she was a student at Dallas Theological Seminary, she was introduced to the problem of human trafficking in an international context. As a wife and mother of four, her circumstances prevented her from moving overseas to serve in a ministry, so she began researching domestic human trafficking and realized that it was a problem right here in our own country. She spent two years studying the problem of sex trafficking in the United States. Once she became aware of the scope of the problem, she felt compelled to act and could no longer ignore the plight of the victims. She started a human trafficking ministry at her local church. But then, with the vision and hope of opening a safe house, she created the Poiema Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The name “Poiema” is a Greek word found in Ephesians 2:10, which states, “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” The word “poiema” is translated as “handiwork” or “workmanship.” God...more