Welcome to THE Seeds of Change FOUNDATION!
The Seeds of Change Foundation is a Denver-based501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of regenerative technologies, educational development and environmental reform in local communities. Working with areas struggling with social and environmental conflict, Seeds of Change seeks to bridge the gap between problems devastating local communities and sources of practical long-term solutions. By promoting sustainability and education, Seeds of Change seeks to spark social progress for those in dire need of positive change.
Discover the R.C. Project (Regenerative Colorado)
The Seeds of Change Foundation is currently developing groundbreaking prototypes for water filtration, resource procurement, and educational development for use in our home state of Colorado. Having adapted many of our award-winning international systems and designs for domestic use, the R.C. Project seeks to bring regenerative resource designs and educational resources to areas of the state and country. Powered by solar panels and needing no internet connection, these prototypes will bring struggling and underfunded parts of the state the tools to be self-sustaining and socially responsible.
Learn About Our LafargeHolcim Foundation Award winning Project: Lali Gurans
Millions of children and communities around the world suffer from extreme poverty, pollution, a lack of resources, and the absence of modern educational curricula to learn how to fix the severe issues at hand. In many situations, children have become orphaned, abandoned and shunned by their communities.
Introducing Lali Gurans Community Center, an all-in-one solution to helping communities grow from within.
Our flagship model is currently fifty percent complete and located in Kathmandu, Nepal. The design, once completed, will be replicated all around the world, including locally in the United States. However, Nepal was chosen as the flagship location due to the millions who have lost their homes due to war and natural disasters, While millions of dollars in foreign aid has been sent into the nation, little progress has actually been made due a lack of educational resources, sustainable designs, and a crumbling federal infrastructure. At Seeds of Change, we believe the best way to help Nepal combat these problems, and by extension, our local communities, is not only by sending aid, but also by planting the seeds of change from within.
For more information on Lali Gurans, its educational programs and sustainable designs, please take a moment to view our digital booklet or click here to visit our Lali Gurans project page.