Humanityfy

Comunity Foundation

Vision

The vision of the Humanityfy Foundation is based on promoting universal responsibility, protecting and equitably sharing natural resources among individuals and groups around the world, and on creating sustainable, ecologically and economically stable systems for plants, animals and people.

This is Raven. Here here's 3 years old.

Crowdfunding Project

We're here to provide instant global crowdfunding using modern technology to ecovillages, permaculture farms, social projects, handmade crafts projects and others.

One part of this overarching concept encompasses facets of the emotional and relationship levels such as empathy, non -violence, solution – orientated communication and mindfulness.

Raven, a dog in wolf's clothing. Or a wolf in dog's clothing?

Vision.

The vision of the Humanityfy Foundation is based on promoting universal responsibility, protecting and equitably sharing natural resources among individuals and groups around the world, and on creating sustainable, ecologically and economically stable systems for plants, animals and people.

Who are we?

My name is Rowan (the one getting bitten). Together with my wife Saran and two sons (and many other animal friends around our home) we live with Raven in a small village called Breezand, Netherlands.

>Peaceful Sustainability. The key to success.
Peaceful Sustainability. The key to success.

"I may only be a part of your life - But for me, you are my whole life.

A dog's thought.

Every dog owner knows the feeling; you are sick, tired, frustrated, sad, or just feel like taking a moment for yourself. And exactly at that moment, your wolfdog feels like running around and dragging you by your arm away from the couch. It's exactly at those kind of moments when I come home, tired, and be welcomed with extreme enthusiasm - every single day - that I remember the quote from a wise dog: "I may only be a part of your life - but for me, your are my whole life"... and then I just smile.

Humanityfy

Community Foundation

Website by Mike Narper