|EWB-USA: Building a Better World
Dubbed the “Blueprint Brigade,” by Time Magazine, EWB-USA grew from littlemore than
a handful of members in 2002 to over 12,000 today. EWB-USA has over 350 projects in
over 45 developing countries around the world including water, renewable energy,
sanitation and more. These projects are completed in partnership with local
communities and NGOs.
EWB-USA helps create a more stable and prosperous world by addressing people's
basic human needs by providing necessities such as clean water, power, sanitation
EWB-USA’s strength comes from its over 250 dedicated chapters, including university
chapters on 180 campuses in the United States.
To learn more about EWB-USA and to make a donation, please follow the link below.
|Ryther Child Center
Ryther Child Center is a recognized leader in behavioral health services for
Washington State children and their families facing complex challenges. Ryther
delivers professional, caring and comprehensive services so that every child and
family they work with may realize a better life. To make a donation and help Ryther
guide, coach and teach families and children, please go here.
|Members of Engineers Without Borders in Puget Sound
testing wind turbine capable of generate 700 watts bound for
Zambia. Powder Coating completed by HYCC
|Retired Defensive End of the Seattle
Seahawks, Patrick Kerney, with a piece of
excercise equipment created for Ryther Child
Center here at HYCC.
Drivers Aid was founded by Rob Primo and Ian Dillon as an organization to
help drivers in need. Within the drifting community, we see a lot of unfortunate
events happen (i.e. Justin Pawlak's FC3S being stolen, Cody Parkhouse's S13
being stolen, etc.). As a community, we need to come together to help our
brothers and sisters in need.
Drivers Aid will be selling t-shirts, stickers, and other merchandise to help raise
money for these situations. All proceeds will benefit those in need and make
sure we continue to have the product to support those drivers.
Remember, we're all in this together.
"For drifters, by drifters".