Our programs will help the community worldwide as we will be helping to solve global problems and social issues that can impact the future in a negative way. We will change negatives to positives, and the end result will be happiness to each and every person involved.
We are seeking to create change in the community and are setting a goal for a healthier future with more world leaders and activists. This will be about cleaning up the world and stressing issues that relate to different problems.
We will measure the change we are creating by receiving feedback for the work we do. Also, environmental changes that are outcomes of the work we do will be apparent and will measure the change we are creating. The funding we will obtain and give to the other organizations will be monitored for proper use and will create feedback from the organization onto our website.
Under this aspect, CTCA will be working on solving problems that are affecting the society and Mother Nature. This aspect will be focused in our sectors of funding climate change, the food and water crisis, and agriculture.
Healthcare will be a primary focus of our organization as we will be organizing organ donation camps and funding cancer and autism research. This aspect will be solely focused on by our Healthcare sector.
Under Education and Innovation, we will focus on students in underdeveloped countries and places where there is a poor quality of learning. We will also fund the newest technologies and run innovation competitions. This aspect will be focused in our education and innovation sectors.
This is a STEM, Finance, and Business Curriculum book that we released! This book was created by the leaders and volunteers of The Combine Together and Create Action Foundation. We are planning to give this book to education officers, government education members, and teachers in developing countries and introduce the curriculums inside this book in order to change both the teaching structure and content. We are publishing this book for the reasons for availability to everyone, but we will mainly be spreading it with our own initiatives in developing countries. This book consists of curriculums in STEM, finance, and business and has been co-authored by the president, leadership, and volunteers of CTCA as listed on the first few pages of the book. We will work on spreading this book to as many places as we can, and based on our outreach, we will start to release weekly toolkits and curriculums for the children to use! This book is currently published on Amazon, but feel free to contact us for a free PDF version!
The Acreage Tool is a web server and mobile application which can be used by farmers, nonprofits, and government globally.
The web server and mobile application includes various features such as a database, public forum, an account and digital records book, sales management system, and many more.
There are various undisclosed features and the development is happening in the background of our activities for farmers. The CTCA foundation is dedicated to helping farmers in developing countries, and this is our largest initiative by far to impact farmers globally.
If you would like a full specification document, abstract, features list, or the specific details of the Acreage Tool, please contact us! After development, we will be partnering with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, nonprofits, and governments, so if you fit into any category, please reach out to us!
The Combine Together and Create Action Foundation led its first, successful Earth Day Live event on April 22, 2020. As we expand our initiatives, we partnered with Future Coalition and Stop the Money Pipeline to join them in a global Earth Day live strike with the involvement of over 100+ nonprofit organizations! We created change and conducted digital strikes. CTCAglobal held one of the only local livestreams in the state of Virginia, which was accessible to people all around the world! Through this Earth Day strike, CTCAglobal was able to make its first large step towards taking action in its climate change sector!
On Earth Day, Wednesday April 22, 2020 at 12:00 PM, CTCAglobal went live via zoom to host and lead its first Earth Day Digital Strike! In 2020, due to the coronavirus, many people were quarantined at home during Earth Day, but this did not keep activists from empowering the community. CTCAglobal joined with many others on the first day of the global April 22-24 Earth Day Digital Event to STRIKE. We also advocated to DIVEST and VOTE during the 23rd and 24th. The main, heavy involvement of CTCAglobal was on April 22. On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we demonstrated collective power and unity through community building and empowerment. We focused this first day on amplifying the voice of indigenous leaders and youth climate activists who are leading the movement to halt the climate crisis. Watch the video for our Earth Day Digital Strike!
For more information go to our social media pages: @CTCAglobal or visit earthdaylive2020.org.
CTCAglobal and over 300+ organizations came together to sign on a combined letter to join together in a push to demand Congress say NO to a bailout for Big Oil and instead ensure stimulus money goes directly to our most vulnerable communities during the COVID-19 crisis. We signed a joint letter and a week of action to demand direct assistance for workers and communities most impacted, not fossil fuel executives. this was a coordinated push asking Congress to ensure that future COVID-19 response legislation, including a comprehensive infrastructure bill, puts people first and that not a single cent goes to polluters. Please click on the button below to see the full letter and all the organizations who signed!
Stop the Money Pipeline, our partner organization, sent us an email to sign on a joint letter. We read the email and letter, recognized the great cause especially during the time for crucial coronavirus relief, and signed on the joint letter to congress. Click on the button below to read the original form they sent us to sign towards a great cause!
During the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the CTCA Foundation created a public health policy memo for hospitals. This memo had a goal of allowing hospitals to provide this best care for their patients while keeping the hospital running with resource allocation methods, reducing cross contamination, decreasing spread of the virus during worker’s commute, cutting the current costs of hospitals through essential partnerships, and benefits to workers. This policy will effectively help us reach our ultimate goal and will provide hospitals and healthcare institutions with the best policy proposal. The CTCA Foundation reached out to 500+ doctors and professors for endorsements and heard back from many healthcare professionals. Click the button below to view the memo!
Human Impacts Institute
On the Road for Climate Action
Appalachian Mountain Advocates
Fossil Free California
American River Conservancy
Antelope Valley Conservancy
About And For Sustainability
Altacal Audubon Society
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