The Wellbeing Approach
We define wellbeing as a holistic state of thriving dependent upon internal elements of health, happiness, and personal meaning that are often influenced by external factors such as social ties, economic circumstances, and environmental exposures.
The combined power of quality education and learning, having opportunity to prosper and grow, building healthy habits and good social relationships, and eco-sustainability can significantly contribute to elevating overall wellbeing of both individuals and communities.
We believe for any change to be adopted and sustained, it needs to be internalized by both individuals and the community going through it.
All our initiatives have a focus on values-based training so that the beneficiaries become the key drivers of change in their neighborhoods. In turn, communities and entire regions become resilient and self-sufficient.
By creating widespread understanding and awareness, identifying and supporting agents of change (champions) within the community, and long-term vesting, we ensure the transition sustains.
Unlike the traditional one-problem-at-a-time approach, our solutions are consecutively applied in a community to bring transformational social change at multiple levels. The initiatives address a wide range of issues at both individual and community level.
With the vision of wellbeing for all and grassroots commitment to social change, our initiatives bolster growth for children, youth and women, prosperity for framing community, foster care and connectedness among the members of the community and eco-sustained environment for all.
Creating community-operated marker spaces to impact market-aligned skills and encourage entrepreneurial mindsets among rural youth.
Encouraging organic farming for farmers to build new skills and economic sustainability while improving population health outcomes, and enhanced fertility and resilience of the land.
Using art to create vibrant, engaged communities that take pride in their habitats.
Restoring Punjab’s ecological balance through plantation drives and afforestation with indigenous plant species.
Instrumenting improvements in rural women's physical and mental outcomes by building awareness, knowledge and decision-making abilities - breaking the transgenerational cycles of bias.
Promoting economic growth through the creation of rural women alliances that in-turn encourage and empower members with support, education, and finances.
Rekindling culture of sports in rural Punjab to help children and youth make positive life choices.
Reviving Punjab's rich craft heritage to be a source of re-learning and re-creating it as a source of livelihood for marginalized infringed urban migrants.
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Your donations will help us give people of Punjab interventions they need, for a better life, a better future.
RoundGlass Foundation is a 501 (c )(3) organization, EIN: 82-3556226. Gifts are deductible to the full extent allowable under IRS regulations.
If you would like to donate by check please mail to:
1800 114th Ave SE
Bellevue, WA 98004