The 306 Foundation was started in response to the personal experiences, research and stories accumulated from over 25 years of humanitarian work around the world. We’ve found the common thread in all of these situations is a general lack of care or concern for women; particularly in third-world and at-risk communities. If this situation is not addressed, it has a debilitating effect on the overall health of not only a town or village, but a region or country as well.
It has been shown that wherever women and children have unfettered access to healthcare and education, the whole community thrives. Therefore, we focus on building relationships in and around at-risk communities so that we might help identify and develop those “assets” to make positive changes and alter systemic challenges and situations present in under-valued communities around the world.