The Benjamin Mario Shadrick Foundation is spearheading the following missions:
Yearly grants for Alternative cancer treatments for eligible children
Shortly after Benjamin‘s first birthday, he was diagnosed with two rare forms of cancer in his liver, hepato-blastoma and hepatocellular carcinoma. A Biopsy confirmed the presence of two malignant tumors on his tiny liver. Because of Benjamin‘s underlying conditions, chemo radiation and resection were off the table. The only option for Benjamin was hospice or palliative care at home. We took Benjamin home on palliative care. We quickly consulted a licensed Gerson Therapy practitioner out of Florida. She provided a protocol suitable for Benjamin and we wasted no time in healing him from the liver cancer that was threatening his life. Within a year Benjamin was cancer free! We will forever be grateful for the Gerson therapy. In memory of Benjamin, every year we are offering a Gerson therapy start up kit for a child in a similar situation as Benjamin. A child who was diagnosed with cancer yet is not a candidate for surgery chemo or radiation.
The Gerson therapy was our last hope and we were able to cure our son with faith in God and knowledgeable professionals to guide our way. Click here to see what’s in the Gerson Therapy start up kit. If you would like to apply for the Gerson therapy start up kit, please fill out the application form and someone will get back to you. If you would like to donate to this specific mission please hit the donate button and give your gift today.
Yearly grant for a parent training to enhance their child’s potential
"What To Do About Your Bain Injured Child" by Glenn Doman discusses the various types of brain injuries in children and what we as parents can do at home to reverse the injury. Kirk and I participated in the What To Do About Your Brain Injured Child Parent Training Course through the Institutes For The Achievement Of Human Potential in Philadelphia. Through this training we learned specific techniques to enhance Benjamin‘s potential and within a week of beginning the program Benjamin began to crawl with confidence. The Doman Program was instrumental in helping Benjamin reach his potential and we would like to gift a family the opportunity to do the same for their child. To learn more about the grant for the Institutes For The Achievement Of Human Potential and the Doman Program please contact us. We are currently accepting applications for this grant. If you would like to donate to this mission please hit the donate button and give your gift today.
The mission of Project BENconmigo is to build a LEED-certified self-sustainable orphanage in Cuernavaca Mexico.
The proposed business plan is for a LEED-certified, self-sustainable orphanage in Cuernavaca, Mexico. The orphanage will provide housing, education, and basic necessities for orphaned children in the region. The orphanage's design and operation will be environmentally friendly, utilizing sustainable building practices and renewable energy sources. The project aims to provide a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment for orphaned children while also promoting environmental sustainability.
Cuernavaca, Mexico, is a densely populated area with high poverty rates. The area is also home to many orphaned children who lack basic necessities such as food, shelter, and education. There is a significant demand for orphanages in the region, and the proposed project aims to fill this gap while also providing a sustainable living environment for children.
The target market for the orphanage includes orphaned children between the ages of 6 and 18 years. The orphanage will prioritize children from the local area, including Cuernavaca and nearby communities. The project will also aim to provide education and vocational training for the children to equip them with the necessary skills to become productive members of society.
The marketing strategy for the orphanage will focus on creating partnerships with local NGOs and government agencies that work with orphaned children. The project will also leverage social media and other digital marketing channels to create awareness and promote the project's mission.
The orphanage will be designed and constructed to meet LEED certification standards, utilizing sustainable building practices and renewable energy sources. The orphanage's energy requirements will be met through solar panels, and water will be harvested through rainwater harvesting systems. The facility will also include a vegetable garden, a chicken coop, and a fish pond to produce food for the children.
The management team for the orphanage will comprise experienced professionals with backgrounds in social work, education, and sustainable building practices. The team will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the orphanage, including managing staff, overseeing educational programs, and ensuring the facility's sustainability.
The project's initial investment is estimated at $1.5 million, which will cover the construction of the facility, including solar panels, rainwater harvesting systems, and sustainable farming infrastructure. The annual operating costs are estimated at $500,000, which will cover staff salaries, food, and educational expenses.
Revenue will be generated through a combination of donations, grants, and corporate partnerships. The project aims to be self-sustaining, and any surplus revenue will be reinvested in the facility to improve and expand services.
The proposed LEED-certified, self-sustainable orphanage in Cuernavaca, Mexico, aims to provide orphaned children with a safe and nurturing environment while promoting sustainability. The project's unique features, including sustainable building practices, renewable energy sources, and sustainable farming infrastructure, will create a model for future orphanages to follow. With the right funding and management team in place, this project has the potential to make a significant impact on the lives of orphaned children in the region while also contributing to environmental sustainability.
The Benjamin Mario Shadrick Foundation Co. is a registered 501 c3 non-profit organization and is 100% operated by volunteers, committed to this cause. All donated funds go directly towards the purchase and staffing of a new self- sustained home.