Laugh with Paul (this event is past)
“Resilience in a Virtual World”
A Once-in-a-lifetime Performance.
to support CoronaPlaza.LIFE!
Do you need a break from world problems?
When was the last time you really laughed?
Humor is an important ingredient in our well-being toolkit.
Enter PAUL HUSCHILT! He cleverly uses humor and song to help us stay resilient and healthy through difficult times. He’s smart, he’s funny, and has been described as ‘indescribable’.
And on July 19th at 4pm(EDT), via Zoom, he’ll take us on an imaginative, vibrant – and educational – quest: “Resilience in a Virtual World”.
This fundraiser will help Corona Plaza meet a growing demand.
(This event is past)
Registration will be available on Monday July 6th.
Our new programs need your support!
At Focusing Initiatives, we receive more requests than we can accommodate. We simply do not have the resources or capacity. We need additional funding and that is where YOU come in.
Through your donations we will be able to:
- INCREASE TRAINING in psychosocial support for aid workers worldwide
- ARRANGE PROGRAMS for child protection officers internationally
- OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS for front-line workers
- DEVELOP INITIATIVES using movement for community wellness
As its response to the spread of COVID-19 and its psychosocial impact, Focusing Initiatives quickly launched Corona Plaza with volunteers, no money and many hours of hard work.
People from dozens of countries have benefited – finding connections, learning new tools, rediscovering hope and feeling warmth and calmness.
“How difficult it is to be human, this pandemic has made me realize. Through Corona Plaza I have found out that there is a bigger, deeper connection between all of us irrespective of our color, country, or socio-economic status. These webinars have opened my eyes to the brighter side of life.”
Suzanne from New Jersey
“I’m tremendously grateful for all your activities, especially Corona Plaza. I’ve been attending every session with great enthusiasm and interest and learned a lot of things with them. They are building communities with the potential to change reality into a better place. They are truly inspirational, and have given me many ideas and tools to be able to work on myself and my community. I have nothing but love and respect for their efforts.”
Omar from Iraq