A New Love Venture program designed to support community-based nonprofit organizations in the development of fundraising campaigns. From website building to logo development to event organizing, the Cup of Change program provides an affordable option to support various community-based initiatives.
"OUR LIVES MATTER"
The mission of the "Our Lives Matter" collection, developed in partnership with the Rare Advocacy Movement (RAM), is designed to raise funds in support of the "Our Lives Matter" Diversity, Equity, Inclusion (OLM DEI) unLearning programs, a customizable set of corporate-focused programs scientifically developed to effectively address institutionalized biases and discriminatory healthcare practices. The OLM DEI programs are the first community-based DEI solutions to be implemented into the rare disease ecosystem.
The mission of the "Living Rare" collection, developed in partnership with the Rare Advocacy Movement (RAM), is designed to raise funds in support of the Adults Living Rare Initiative, a virtual estate designed to serve the best interests of the global rare disease community-based landscape. The Living Rare Estate is the world's first home to rare disease experience professionals and the very first sustainable stakeholder collaboration model to be implemented into the rare disease ecosystem.
The mission of the "Endosalpingiosis is NOT BENIGN" collection is to raise awareness for a rare condition called Endosalpingiosis, that only affects women. While several research papers report Endosalpingiosis to be a "benign" condition, this claim is inaccurate.
Endosalpingiosis is a rare gynecological condition, which can affect females in reproductive age and postmenopausal women. Abdominal pain is a commonly reported symptom of Endosalpingiosis. Characterized by the presence of tubal epithelium outside the fallopian tube, it can affect any organ in the abdomen and pelvis. High associations of Endosalpingiosis are found with ovarian cancer, endometriosis, and uterine cancer.