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Global Paint for Charity Inc


The World Health Organization and Center for Disease Control estimated that 3 million children die each year from diarrhea and harmful germs on interior surfaces, including unpainted walls and unsanitary conditions. Also, mosquito viruses result in the deaths of more than 6 million people every year. And just one touch of latex paint on the wall is to become the latest solution to reduce the number of deaths by 75% in developing countries every year.

Nearly 150 million gallons of paints end up as waste in The United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and New Zealand combined. At the same time, nearly 2.5 billion people in developing countries live on less than $2 a day can't save enough to buy a gallon of paint. So when people paint their home, or a plant is closed, they have a lot of "paint." Unfortunately, some of this "paint" is perfectly new or half-full that could be donated to the community in need rather than thrown away. So today, we've mobilized over 200 companies across several states in the U.S. and five countries to present their non-consumable paint for our humble cause.

Although Global Paint for Charity has made tremendous progress in its mission, the lack of paint in many developing countries remains a true challenge. In many countries, people are cutting down trees for firewood with stones and soil to make color powders, and fruits and vegetables (i.e., beets, lime, carrots, etc.) have to be used to paint. This outdated practice existed a hundred thousand years ago, simply because people didn't have today's technology to make paint. But, we all can agree, people who live on $2 a day should not have to use their fruit and food resources to beautify their homes. Global Paint for Charity works to help the underprivileged families that otherwise could not save enough to buy a bucket of paint by supplying the excellent quality of paint to reduce deforestation and eliminate outdated activities to make paint.

Why is this issue important to our organization?

Global Paint for Charity's mission is to recover leftover paint from businesses and residences, reprocess it and distribute it to vulnerable individuals and families in developing countries worldwide. And many of the existing family homes, schools, churches, hospitals, and orphanages are in such a poor state of renovation that they are not only uninhabitable conditions but also poorly conducive to safety and healthy living standards in many countries around the world.

Eighty percent of school in most developing countries has never been painted, and 70 million children have never had a painted classroom. The infrastructures in many classrooms in developing countries are unacceptable. Many people in the United States take their classrooms and necessities for granted, but children in developing countries treasure their painted classrooms.

In October, we launched the "Basic Schools Beautification Programs in Africa," which aims to paint approximately 8000 Schools in 12 countries by 2025. We hope that all underserved children and adults learn in a very comfortable and painted classroom one day. And in Central America, our volunteers paint schools and orphanages, which helped save many lives. Thanks to their efforts, single mothers and young girls can put a layer of coating on their murals or furniture and craft products to attract local customers. The number of women starting and running their painting businesses continues to grow every day. So many of them lived in poverty, and they lacked abilities, education, and opportunities. Our programs help underprivileged people to launch a small paint business and assist them in realizing their dreams around the world.

We know a painted house ccan'tsolve all of their problems, but it does give them hope, comfort, and a positive spirit, builds their confidence, and makes them feel better. When a house or school is painted, it becomes the hub of the community in the rural areas; people gather there to network and socialize among themselves. The painted house or classroom has become a place that creates happiness and offers and inspires the entire community.

The PProject'sFocus

Many local groups from different Universities in the U.S. have worked with The Global Paint for Charity on various projects. These projects are a part of an "out" "experience through which students have the opportunity to integrate and apply the knowledge acquired in multiple courses related to Non-profit Management, Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Public relations, Economics, Administrative Law, Policy Analysis, Criminal Justice, Logistics, Technology, and Urban Planning and Development. In addition, through our community service programs, we have coached, mentored, and trained individuals to behave and ultimately become better workers, students, and leaders in our community.

What specific activities do we expect the Group to complete?

Your students will benefit from engaging in activities and opportunities to learn and contribute in a more meaningful way. For example, we currently have 12 projects from creating marketing materials, developing a strategic plan, community development, supply chain management, creating spreadsheets, developing Urban Community Beautification projects (Murals & Artworks), and conducting surveys. Students also will have an opportunity to supervise their projects and become leaders and officers of an actual functioning non-profit organization. Can you imagine your students entering the job markets out of college and saying that their experience with Global Paint has provided them the confidence and personal experience to locate a specific industry? Can you imagine your students applying for a job or internship and being able to show the interviewer how they developed a successful project or how they managed a community project?

The deliverables that we hope to receive from the project.

After completing the projects, the Group would be asked to present their final work to the Executives and Board of Directors of the organization, taking place virtually or at their school or The Alston and Bird LLC building. There will be some funding available to assist the team with business expenses, transportation, meals, etc.

Project Activities

-Information management- Blockchain Integration

-Review contracts/proposals/Strategic Plan

- Collection and Supply Chain Development (Donors/Volunteers/Customers/vendor relations)

-Data Entry- Contents Management

-PR, Marketing & Communication

-Business Plan

-Product Development

The Group must consist of 4-10 students who can come from various professional and educational backgrounds. For example, they can be high-school, college students and seasoned professionals with years of work experience in private and public organizations, recent college graduates committed to public service, and mid-career professionals who want to advance or shift their career paths.

The Projects and the needs for the Groups:

* We will provide a clear definition of the problem or issue to be addressed in the project;

* Projects are targeted key issues in scope;

* Provide Students with specifics and hands-on experience;

* The Projects are achievable within the academic semester (approximately 12 weeks) and with the resources available to support the Group and your program expectations; and,

* Are essential to your scschool'surriculum.

The Group will not be asked to do administrative support work or involved in fundraising activities or other types of events without their prprofessor'sermission to support the teteam'sfforts appropriately.

Please refer to and gain a perspective of the impact we are making both internationally and locally. Would you mind passing along as you see a great opportunity within your network?

Global Paint for Charity currently has several initiatives where your students can gain real-life experience in their primary area of interest. By working on Global PaPaint'sission, your students will get impactful and experiential learning opportunities that go many steps beyond voluntarism that challenge them to apply their expertise professionally in a real-world context.

Please Feel free to give us a call today at 855-853-7772 or contact us via email at

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About Global Paint for Charity Inc


PO BOX 48855, ATLANTA, GA 30362, US

Mission Statement

The Global Paint for Charity "Global Paint or GPC" is a Non-Governmental Organization designed to solve the logistics of paint waste in the U.S. and Canada to promote a more sustainable, healthier, and more beautiful and colorful environment around the world. Since 2010, as many as 320,000 tons of discarded paints have been removed from the waste stream, recycled, then shipped to 44 countries in West Africa, the Caribbean, Central & South America, and targeted cities right here in the U.S. The goal is to use colors to help beautify the local structures, boost people's confidence and happiness, change lives, and assist vulnerable individuals in reaching their full potential. Everyone wins!


Our efforts have reached a population of 13000000 and our worldwide volunteers have completed 625800 volunteer hours by painting beautiful murals, family homes including schools, sports centers, orphanages, churches, and homeless shelters. At Global Paint, we believe that everyone, no matter their circumstances, deserves to live in a beautiful and colorful environment. Increasing access to paint in underserved communities could improve the local economic power for millions of vulnerable families and uplift the spirit of the people.

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Tue Nov 16, 2021 - Mon Feb 14, 2022


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