EastPark’s portfolio consists of a wide range of national and global programs that support the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, addressing some of the most important issues of our time and the companies that support them.
We work with hundreds of companies, to explore and develop partnerships that elevate their CSR efforts.
Below are some of our current projects:
Despite 3.9 billion people sheltering in place and the tragedy of the COVID-19 pandemic, over 100 million people in 192 countries took action in honor of Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary. Mayors, universities, national governments and multilaterals made commitments on a wide range of environmental issues, including climate literacy, plastics, plant-based diets, renewable energy and other issues, while faith groups around the world held virtual prayer services in support of ending climate change. People pledged to vote, parents and teachers educated millions of their students and children about climate change and environmental issues, and hundreds of millions of trees were planted.
THE GLOBAL CENTRE FOR TOURISM RESILIENCE - JAMAICA
The Centre is a place for best practices for destinations impacted by Climate Change, Pandemics, Terrorism and other crises that impact locations who's economies depend on tourism. Working directly with Minister Edmund Bartlett, EastPark is creating partnerships in Food Security, technology, transportation and other industries.
The Wayuu Taya Foundation was created with the objective of improving the living quality of the indigenous communities in Latin America, maintaining and respecting their traditions, cultures and beliefs.
Access to food, health care, water and livelihoods for the most vulnerable communities in the indigenous region along the northern Venezuela-Colombia border. This humanitarian work focuses on communities with significant needs and issues such as extreme poverty and alimentary and educational deficiencies that affect the integral development of the children.