Emerald Hills Institute Needs Your Help!
We are the volunteers of the Emerald Hills Institute in Utah. We have been proudly serving the communities of Utah for years with the help of our donors. However, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic crisis has affected many of our donors financially; and because of this, we have been having hard times to afford the rent, the funding for the community projects, and other utilities of our building. And now, we need your generous help more than ever.
We have been serving the communities of Utah under several names for more than 10 years now. But, we always had the same mission: Help those in need and develop social capital to contribute to the peace and harmony of this great nation. Since we live in Utah, we started our contributions from there. But we always believed that everything we have been doing is an important step to help not just the people of Utah but everyone in the U.S. and in the world in the grand scheme of things.
Emerald Hills Institute has always been a volunteer-driven institute. No one has ever been paid. We consist of many people with various expertise. We have engineers, doctorate students, medical doctors, university professors, social workers, teachers, and many others with different backgrounds. Everyone has been genuinely contributing their time and expertise to all of the events we have organized for all these years. And we want to continue doing it for many years to come. Because we believe in something big. We believe in the dignity of human life, hard work, honesty, peace, and harmony. We believe in the fact that with the help of many, we can leave a better world for the next generations.
It doesn't matter where you live in the world. If you believe in what we believe, your donations with any size will help us continue working for our common goals. Don’t just take our word for it, but please visit our website at www.emeraldhillsinstitute.org to see how we have been contributing to these goals. We also had many other events documented in our past websites in the last 10 years, but these websites are no longer live.
Your donations will be used in the following ways:
* Paying the rent of the building for the following months.
* Helping some of our volunteers who have been affected by this pandemic financially. We may need to use some portion of the donations to help them feed their families.
* Initiating the projects to help front-liners during COVID-19 to ease their job. (Providing mask, offering lunch, etc)
* Any remaining fund will be used for the community projects we plan to develop when this crisis calms down.
If you cannot donate, you can also help us by sharing this page with your friends and your social network. Thank you for believing in us.