Hoop houses to increase access to food and employment

Posted Posted in Poverty

The pandemic has exacerbated many long-standing problems faced by the Navajo Nation. Specifically, access to nutritious food, employment opportunities, and technological advancements have been limited. Women lead the charge As primary caregivers, Navajo women continue to bear a disproportionate share of family responsibilities: caring for the children, the household, the garden, and small animals. Of […]

Advancing Life partners with relief organizations to aid Germany & Haiti

Posted Posted in Disaster Relief

This past summer, areas in western Germany and Belgium experienced severe flooding while southern Haiti was hit by a magnitude 7.2 earthquake. The loss of lives and destruction to homes and businesses left survivors in crisis. To help these devastated communities, The ASEA® Advancing Life Foundation worked with partner organizations the Salvation Army and Hope […]

Volunteers Celebrate First Annual Service Impact Week In Tennessee and Utah

Posted Posted in Poverty

Meal kits for food-insecure areas In collaboration with the US Hunger project, ASEA associates and field leaders attending the 2021 North America Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, assembled 40,000 meal kits in honor of Verdis Norton’s birthday and the annual ASEA Impact Week of service.  The ASEA Advancing Life Foundation worked with the Feeding America Foundation […]

DigDeep Partnership Seeks to Solve Water and Employment Challenges for Navajo Natives

Posted Posted in Poverty

The ASEA Advancing Life Foundation is excited to announce its latest partnership, a collaboration with DigDeep. A human rights project, DigDeep focuses on helping indigenous people of the Navajo Nation access clean water.  Roughly one-third of the Navajo Nation lacks clean water or basic plumbing at home. In these areas, 36% of the adult population […]

Migrant Women Rescued from African Prison

Posted Posted in Rescue

Partner of the ASEA® Advancing Life Foundation, Operation Underground Railroad (O.U.R.) continues its efforts in Africa to rescue migrant domestic workers who are exploited and trafficked. A recent rescue mission funded by the ASEA foundation led to the release of 30 women who were wrongfully imprisoned in the Middle East. After years in prison, these […]

OUR Dogs Continue to Help Fight the Global Issue of Human Trafficking

Posted Posted in Rescue, Stories

Ever-expanding access to information and communication via the internet can be a benefit but also has a dark side. This criminal component must be continually monitored by law enforcement to find and prosecute those who exploit children. Recently, the Advancing Life Foundation’s partner Operation Underground Railroad updated us on two police dogs helping the fight […]