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.
EastPark is pleased to be working with Vida Luz, a sustainable development group building the most environmentally efficient and responsible hospitality projects, micro cities and more.
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.
SUSTAINABLE PURCHASING LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
The Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council is a non-profit organization whose mission is to support and recognize purchasing leadership that accelerates the transition to a prosperous and sustainable future.
CIVIC HALL NYC
Located in the heart of New York City’s technology community, Civic Hall @ Union Square is a new institution combining collaborative workspace, digital training facilities, and a state of the art conferencecenter, supporting individuals and organizations working to improve civil society, find jobs, and help make the technology industry more diverse, equitable and inclusive. When finished this new facility will annually help over 2500 New Yorkers from under-represented and under-served communities find well-paying jobs in the digital economy as well as serve over 50,000 others with additional programs,trainings, events, and resources.
EastPark is pleased to be working on Media City in Qatar, a $50 billion Smart City project. www.lusail.com We are creating partnerships with media companies, newspapers, magazines, film companies, gamers, streamers and more. Lusail is a smart city that will be a hub for uncensored journalism in the region and the host of the FIFA World Cup in 2022 as part of the launch.
Spiral Bank's mission is to create the future of ethical banking. By building a bank that rewards people who do good, so they can live a better life, and empower them to easily donate to and promote the organizations they support. EastPark is pleased to be helping to develop non-profit and NGO partners for Sprial.
GLOBAL ALLIANCE FOR
A SUSTAINABLE PLANET
EastPark is please to collaborate with the Global Alliance for a Sustainable Planet, a new NGO founded and spearheaded by Former Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations Satya Tripathi. The Global Alliance catalyzes virtuous partnerships of governments, international organizations, entrepreneurs,earth champions, and global investors to tackle the world's most pressing challenges.
GAMES FOR CHANGE
Games for Change empowers game creators and social innovators to drive real-world change using games and immersive media. We convene stakeholders through our annual G4C FESTIVAL and foster the exchange of ideas and resources through workshops, design challenges, and consulting projects. We inspire youth to explore civic issues, learn 21st Century and STEM skills, and train educators to run game design classes on impact games through our STUDENT CHALLENGE. We act as an amplifier by curating games for change to the public through our games arcades and awards.
Our focus is on top healthcare issues affecting women, such as maternal health, cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. Investing in these typically easily diagnosed and treatable medical issues is critical to reducing disproportionate female mortality in developing regions.
The functional equipment that we use to strengthen healthcare systems would otherwise go to waste in its current location - making our work feasible, affordable, and sustainable. Our commitment to communities ensures a sustainable solution to combat the frequent problem that arises when healthcare facilities in developing regions lack the funds to service or replace equipment that fails. We are dedicated to delivering the full continuum of care by partnering with people on the ground in every country and monitoring to measure impact.
We are pleased to announce our new office in Doha, Qatar - EastPark Gulf. We are uniquely positioned to create partnerships in the MENA region and we have opened this new office to help businesses, brands and NGOs have a presence in this fast growing part of the world.
PLAN USA'S WE ARE THE GIRLS CAMPAIGN
Plan International is a girl’s rights organization that has 85 years of experience, operates in 79 countries, and positively impacted 26.2 million girls worldwide in 2021. We are the Girls is Plan International USA’s five-year campaign to raise $200 million and reach 10 million girls with programs spanning the world that address issues of safety, education and economic empowerment.