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About WholeTree Foundation

Launched on Oct 22, 2010, the WholeTree Foundation for Youth Wellness was founded as the family foundation of Yen-Lu & Yee Ling Chow, together with their beloved son Lawrance H Chow.

The mission of the WholeTree Foundation is to identify, initiate, partner worthwhile charity and social innovation projects to effect positive transformations in areas of youth and human wellness, including health and education, on a global scale.  We wish to orchestrate a holistic and socially conscious approach to creating awareness and catalyzing sustainable solutions to the society’s most vexing and challenging problems as they relate to youth wellness.

To date, two projects have been initiated:

These projects are currently ongoing and have gained significant traction in their respective areas of work: education for the underprivileged, and youth mental health early intervention.

We are very excited about two new programs in the pipeline, being initiated by the Foundation:

Education is fundamental to the development, growth and overall wellness of the individual, the welfare of society, the wealth of nations, and the well being of humanity as a whole. With iQube™ OTPC Literacy Program, we aim to accelerate literacy and bridge the education divide, at the base of the pyramid – by developing a series of interactive reading programs implemented on a low-cost tablet, to advance literacy and catalyze the vision of a new and more powerful way of learning, at the base of the pyramid – interactive collaborative & personalized learning, anytime, anywhere.

With, we want to create a new generation of Youth Wellness Network – for early detection and intervention in youth mental illness – bringing together both online communities and digital interactions, as well as offline communities and physical activities – by deploying the latest in internet, social networking, virtual world, and artificial intelligence technologies. By creating a 21st century youth engagement platform – to assist and support young people who may be at risk – we may be able to prevent the illness from occurring, and reduce its long-term impact on the young person's life.

We are working with a number of partners in the private, public, and non-profit sectors to get these two initiatives off the ground. These initiatives are long-term commitments with big audacious goals, and will take a lifetime or even multiple lifetimes to achieve their intended impact.

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.

Yen-Lu & Yee Ling

The Key to Human Wellness and World Peace:

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