"If you think in terms of a year, plant a seed; if in terms of ten years, plant trees; if in terms of 100 years, teach the people"

- Confucius (Philosopher, 551 BC-479 BC)

The Paz Foundation is dedicated to the following Social Issues:

The Paz Foundation was established to support and assist women and children that are victims of the following social issues: abuse, violence, exploitation and neglect.  We assists victims by providing shelter, education and economic opportunities as follows:

a) We Provide Women and Children with Education Scholarships, grants and Charter Schools.

b). We donate funds to fully established local and National Scholarship Programs and Education Organizations.

Domestic Violence and  Job Training Center:

c) We are designing and building Women and Children Domestic Violence/training  Centers. Our business and operational model for the domestic center is as follows:


  1. Design a Circular construction multi-purpose center on a minimum of five acres of land
  2. Our Organization will be managed by a Board of Directors made up of highly respected civic leaders, experts in Domestic Violence shelters, Attorneys and Accountants specialized in Non-profit organization laws.
  3. Our organizational structure and business model will be designed by highly qualified MBA’S.
  4. We are registering all our programs and activities with local Police, Sheriff and other security offices as well as all Hospitals, the Mayor’s office and the office of the Governor.
  5. There will be a minimum of 30 housing units for a small family of three to four persons.
  6. Our plan is to network with restaurants, supermarkets and distributors who will provide food, supplies and services so we can offer freshly prepared meals to all our guests, volunteers and employees.
  7. There will be a full-time registered nurse, a licensed therapist and a crisis hotline for victims of violence and sexual exploitation.
  8. The Center will provide Legal services for those who lack financial resources. In other words, all victims will have to attend awareness counseling with Children attending separate sessions.
  9. All victims and their families will be invited to volunteer and support us in the other services we provide. For example, food preparation, Feeding the homeless and Elderly etc.
  10. The Center will provide Job Training and certification programs for those wanting to learn a new trade, profession or complete their education degrees.
  11. The Center will have a special section dedicated to the protection of children whom are victims of sexual, labor and exploitation abuse. In other words, children will be counseled by experts in the field of Child and sexual abuse.
  12. The Center will offer awareness and community outreach programs to various schools, organizations, and community centers.

Fundraising Committee

  1. The Center will have a full-time fundraising committee and organize fundraising events year-round.
  2. Out IT specialists will design an interactive website with worldwide live video feeds in various languages including podcasts. In addition, the IT Center will provide job-placement and continued education services for all of our students.

What We Do?:

What we do?: Our programs are designed and implemented to assist victims of domestic violence, substance abuse and children’s sexual and emotional abuse issues. In other words, our centers will provide physiological and psychological counseling for individuals and their families specifically designed to help them recover from personal crisis.

d) We assist families with transitional legal counseling, medical services, education and housing services.

e) We are establishing Women and Children’s Hospitals with highly specialized medical services.

f) We are providing Emotional and Grief Recovery Programs.

These programs help our members with deal domestic violence, substance abuse and children’s sexual and emotional abuse issues. The centers will provide physiological and psychological counseling for individuals and their families specifically designed to help them recover from personal crisis.

What We Do?: Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence One Victim at a Time

One in three women may suffer from abuse and violence in her lifetime. This is an appalling human rights violation, yet it remains one of the invisible and under-recognized pandemics of our time. -Nicole Kidman-

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