GOOD Maker Challenge Winners: 5 Nonprofits That Are Changing Young Lives (Part 4) GOOD Maker Challenge Winners: 5 Nonprofits That Are Changing Young Lives (Part 4)
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GOOD Maker Challenge Winners: 5 Nonprofits That Are Changing Young Lives (Part 4)

by GOOD Partner

March 25, 2013

This content is produced by GOOD with the support of Microsoft

The David Lynch Foundation implements stress-reducing modalities programs for at-risk populations like underserved students. They hope to implement a Quite Time program in New York City public schools that would teach Transcendental Meditation to students. Programs in San Francisco, D.C., Detroit and Los Angeles have provided teachers and faculty a way to promote learning readiness and reduce acute stress. Learn more about Quiet Time and the Foundation here.

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This is the fourth post in a series of four. Take a look at the first, second and third post. You can donate to any of the causes above, as well as others from the Give for Youth GOOD Maker challenge here.

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GOOD Maker Challenge Winners: 5 Nonprofits That Are Changing Young Lives (Part 4)