The Not Yet Foundation was established June 7, 2012. The foundation will operate primarily in Washington and will have satellite projects in Hawaii. Every project funded will have a personal site visit by a board member to ensure all projects are in alignment with the Not Yet Foundation mission. We believe in personalized interaction and have a “hands on” approach to every project we support and offer our own time to volunteer on all funded projects.
The foundation supports the idea of helping to improve an individual’s state of being which includes the body, mind, and soul. We believe that every day and everyone matters and any help offered to another human or living being who is suffering can make a big difference for a better world.
Our areas of interest are diverse and we strive to help in all domains. The primary area of interest is with feeding the hungry with organic and nutritious food. We support the local organic farming industry, farmer’s markets, and any organization that collaborates to provide healthy food access to those in need. The foundation also supports at-risk youth programs; equine-assisted therapy; education programs; senior support programs; and clean water access projects. Other projects that are of interest involve aiding under privileged children in India and Africa as well as helping elephants rehabilitate to their natural environment.
The ultimate goal is to give to those who will give back in some way so as to promote perpetual giving. We conduct our work with the foundation’s core values in mind and hope to inspire the philanthropist spirit in all of those whom we encounter.
The Not Yet Foundation is non-profit and a 501(c)(3) supporting organization.