Anna’s High Five
by Anna Houston
I am starting this campaign because having traveled through India and SE Asia, I know that the need for targeted health solutions is vast. Something as simple as replacing a floor can make a great impact, but can also be overlooked as a viable …
Mad River Valley, VT | USA
Diarrhea No More!
by Nailah Eddoo
A Note from Nailah: I have lived a very exciting childhood on the island of Mauritius, playing under the sun at the beach where as a child my only concern was to protect myself from sunburn. The only time I suffered from diarrhea in my …
Alive Beyond Five!
by Walter Simons
I want to save children’s lives by putting a health protecting floor under their feet. After having worked in the development world for over 30 years, I know the ins and outs of development schemes. Something as simple as replacing a floor can have …
Mill River, MA | USA
Never Too Late
by Raakhi Sunak
This ARCHIVE project is probably the simplest project they have ever done. Replace floors. Save lives. I’m starting this campaign because I trust in ARCHIVE’s approach, I trust in ARCHIVE’s financial model and I trust in ARCHIVE’s project …
Dar es Salaam | Tanzania
Peter’s Hi-Five for little Aasha
by Peter Williams
I’ve had the benefit of traveling to Bangladesh and seeing up close the challenges that these children face. No one, let alone a child, should have to choose between having a good home and good health. Why can’t they have both? This …
New York, NY | USA
High Five – You’re It!
by Jacquelin Tancredi
Hi everyone, I have taken on the challenge to get 5 high fives a day! 1 High Five = $20! Each high five will get me closer to my $500 goal. This means one more child in Bangladesh will reach her 5th birthday! High Five me to her 5th birthday!
Paramus, NJ | USA
Hate Diarrhea? Me too.
by Cleo Stern
I want to help the children in Bangladesh because no one should die from diarrhea that they contract through a floor. This is an incredibly direct, and effective way to help a family in need. While everyone is else is pouring buckets of ice over their heads …
New York, NY | USA
For a moment, try to picture yourself and your family living in the house without such a basic thing as floor. Do you realize what kind of consequences it would have for you and your loved ones? Probably not so much … Did you know that thanks to the floor …
London | United Kingdom
The Wizards Team
by Wizards Team, 5th/6th Grade Class
We are 6th graders on a 5th and 6th grade team at Crossett Brook Middle School in Waterbury, Vermont. We want to help children in Bangledesh by fundraising money for cement flooring. We are going to our Farmers Market to sell our homemade …
Waterbury, Vermont | USA
A Family’s Healthy Survival
by Shabari Shaily
Housing and Health are two inherently associated elements of a human being and in all conditions must be protected. Having lived and worked in India as an Architect for a long time, I have seen people living in dire conditions, which is unjustified …
Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh | India
by P&T Interiors
“A successful design can be the catalyst towards positive change and a better quality of life.” -Pol Theis of P&T Interiors, an NYC-based boutique interior design firm.
P&T Interiors told us why design matters. What do you think?
New York, NY | United States
Change a Family’s Life
by Francine Corry
There’s no place like home. The state of one’s home is known to affect behavior, emotions, and overall mental health. The benefits of improved housing also include greater financial independence and a more secure life for an entire family.
Paramus, NJ | United States