We act to change lives.
The Bassoul Dignity Foundation provides solutions and supports people in need by offering second chances for them to build a dignified life.
In response to the needs of 100 million homeless people in the world, the Bassoul Dignity Foundation developed a stove for refugees and displaced people, to enable them to cook for themselves and their families.
We enable people in need to work their own way out of poverty by providing microloans to achieve their dreams. We offer them the opportunity to start successful businesses; building independence and financial resilience to regain back their dignity.
We empower women by providing sewing machines in refugees camps, for women to learn a skill and in turn be independent.
Support Drug Rehabilitation
We help organizations that provide services to those willing to overcome addiction. We want to help them build a healthy society.
Life Skill Education
The goal of the foundation is to create an education program that addresses promotions of self-empowerment, prevention of alcohol and drug abuse, and reintegration back into society.
We, at the BDF, are saving lives by helping people in need of medical support.
Providing water purification equipment to disaster-hit areas
The foundation delivered hundreds of those water purifiers to refugee camps and to Puerto Rico right after hurricane Maria.
Our Challenges Are
> Provide them with tools to survive
> Provide them with an education
> Overcome temptation from previous lifestyle
> Ability to aspire to something better
> Reduce Recidivism