Our vision is to create a holistic model that will help break the chain of poverty for future generations. Our mission is to find and implement alternative approaches to improving the lives of the less fortunate and in particular abandoned and disadvantaged women and children living in the US and abroad. We help them become self sufficient and environmentally friendly with our 9 Steps to Eradicate Poverty. 9 Steps focuses on teaching others how to grow their own nutritious food, self heal with medicinal herbs, harvest and purify water, make home made graphene batteries, harness solar energy, make useful items out of trash they can sell to make money, family planning using cycle bead necklaces, make home made soap, stop erosion and deter deforestation.

Bridging Humanity also endeavors to connect well known global charities with smaller, unknown foreign NGOs who are doing outstanding work. We are able to transform lives by connecting these groups. We strive to foster a better understanding and appreciation of how we can learn from one another and live a happy, healthy balanced life in harmony with our environment and each other.

We are a volunteer based, registered 501c3 as we believe that funding should go directly to help those in need. We invite you to join us in this important endeavor. Your expertise, time, connections and donations are of great value. Click here to send us an email with your thoughts and let us know how you would like to get more involved and help make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate.

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  • The humanitarian work you and your organization Bridging Humanity have been performing are worthy of praise. I’m sure you realize the difference you are making in the lives of so many impoverished people. You truly are a blessing for them.

    Eduardo J. Padron, President, Miami-Dade Community College
  • Tina Cornely came to visit our orphanage in Bamako, Mali, Africa when no one else would come. Everyone tried to discourage her. Even I told her my country was having a lot of problems and she should not come. Her answer to me was, when times are tough is when we are needed the most. Continue Reading

    Mali Sangho, Orphelinat Niaber - Bamako, Mali, Africa
  • Tina has the most kind and caring heart. I truly applaud the difference she has made in the lives of so many.

    David Lawrence Jr., Chair of the Children's Movement of Florida
  • Thank you so much for spending time with the artisans and children at REBUILD Globally. We are all very thankful to receive your donation of medicine, school and art supplies. We truly enjoyed the eco friendly classes you taught our team.

    Julie Colombino, Founder, REBUILD Globally

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