What We Do
The Templer Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our primary purpose is to provide financial and practical support to people in need, specifically – though not exclusively:
- Terminally and chronically ill children and their families – particularly those living below the poverty line
- People living with PTSD
The Templer Foundation is firmly committed to social enterprise; finding ways to generate sustainable revenue streams that will fund social programs and serve disadvantaged populations and others in need.
Our current focus is on designing and funding:
- Erin’s Light: Children with special needs and their families (predominantly those living well below the poverty line).
- Women Empowerment – Nepal Outreach: is a program to help individuals, specifically women, who are homeless and have children to support. The program is designed to help restore dignity, security, and financial independence for these women by offering them work in exchange for a monthly wage used to support their family’s needs. In addition, it offers opportunity to achieve full independence allowing individuals to work towards housing and schooling for their children. It promotes the idea that with structure and opportunity an individual can create and sustain a balanced, secured and bright future for themselves and their children while escaping poverty and breaking the cycle for further generations.
- Project XI: PXI is the Templer Foundation’s commitment to provide pragmatic and cost-effective support to people suffering with depression, anxiety and suicide ideation and/or experiencing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) PXI is intended to support people living fully, peacefully and joyfully with dignity.
The Templer Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our primary purpose is to provide financial and practical support to people in need.
© 2018 The Templer Foundation
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