THE GIFT STORY
Solidarity and Sustainability
The Global Institute For Transformation® (GIFT) advances transformative solutions to unmet needs. We believe that a single action can make a difference in one's community, and that collective action can greatly impact our world.
GIFT has launched a new strategy of solidarity and sustainability to help people who are hungry and struggling economically around the world. Our goals are simple: empower our partners through solar energy and help their communities grow, enjoy and sell highly nutritious sweet potatoes!
WHAT IS GIFT ALL ABOUT?
Learn how the Global Institute for Transformation is advancing our mission.
ADDRESSING GLOBAL ISSUES
GIFT develops innovative and effective solutions to systemic global issues. Utilizing supercomputers for smart agriculture and irrigation, we are able to implement continuous farming, providing a reliable source of food and income for the poor and hungry. In addition, GIFT helps establish safe and cost-effective water filtration systems to help address the 50% of worldwide hospitalizations that are caused by impure water.
GIFT also supports organizations involved in sustainable development with innovations and resources. GIFT is currently sponsoring ministries in Haiti, Malawi and the Philippines to assist the poorest of the poor who urgently need transformative relief.
GIFT is constantly innovating. GIFT researches, develops and provides access to high-impact development resources. For example, GIFT is working to harness supercomputing for advancing the cultivation of orange-fleshed sweet potatoes and leaves. Through this process, we enable both bottom-up societal impacts and interdisciplinary, cross-sector collaborations to make a big impact.
GIFT seeks to create exciting innovations in spiritual and material resources to encourage people to grow in their faith and share Christ's love with others in tangible ways. GIFT has developed multiple spiritual resources, a number of which -- while cross-denominational -- have received Catholic Church imprimaturs and have even been covered on Catholic TV. GIFT resources have been used by various Protestant and Catholic ministries.