Stories We Love to Share
Eligible individuals and organizations can receive special funding from HeartMath Institute’s Caring Initiatives sponsorship projects. These include HeartMath Education Projects, HeartMath for Communities Project and the Military Service Appreciation Initiative. We’ve selected some of their inspiring stories to share and hope these will touch your hearts as they have touched ours.
HeartMath Helps New Vision Wilderness Reach At-Risk Youth in Rural Wisconsin
Braving the cold in Northern Wisconsin’s Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Steve Sawyer climbed a modest mountain for better phone reception and for nearly an hour described New Vision Wilderness’s therapy program for at-risk youth and how HeartMath tools helped reach them. (HeartMath Education Projects.) Read more.
HeartMath Making Difference for South African Youth
A Unity minister and youth education consultant who trained a group of adult youth advisors working with impoverished youth in South Africa said the HeartMath training she provided was a big success. (HeartMath for Communities Project.) Read more.
Arivaca Boys Ranch
The Arivaca Boys Ranch therapeutic boarding school in Arizona teams teenagers struggling with various emotional disorders with horses on a historic working ranch. Learn about their story in this appreciation video.(HeartMath Education Projects.) Read more.
Veterans Tell Stories of Hope
Hear what a retired Marine Corps sergeant wounded in combat during his second tour in Iraq says in this video about how this training program helped him on his road to recovery. (Military Service Appreciation Initiative) Read more.
Doctor Uses emWave® in South Korean Orphanages
The heartfelt care of pychotherapist Christina Sung Aie Choi, Boystown of Seoul, South Korea and HeartMath Institute did wonders for a little boy known as the “terrible monster.”(HeartMath Education Projects.) Read more.
Brighten Children’s Horizon With HeartSmarts
A group of fifth-graders speak candidly in this video about their experiences they had at their Northern California school using the HeartSmarts learning program. (HeartMath Education Projects.) Read more.