Nonprofit Organizations

THE FIRST-EVER MEDICAL PSYCHEDELICS SERIES AT DAVOS 2022 hosted by Energia Holdings Incorporated

As the COVID-19 pandemic laid bare, mental health is one of the largest underserved areas in the medical community. With few solutions in sight, there is a growing body of evidence that suggests that psychedelic-assisted therapy could provide a breakthrough in treating countless mental health ailments, such as depression, substance abuse disorders, and PTSD.
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Tax filings reveal how BLM co-founder spent charity funds

Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors used charity funds to pay her brother and child’s father eye-watering sums of cash for various services, according to tax documents filed with the IRS. The co-founder’s brother, Paul Cullors, saw a cool sum of $840,000 hit his bank account for allegedly providing security services to the nonprofit organization, tax documents seen by The Post show. Meanwhile, the organization paid a company owned by Damon Turner, with whom Cullors shares a child, almost $970,000 to help “produce live events” as well as other “creative services.” On top of the controversy, BLM wrapped up its fiscal year — which...

Three questions to ask political candidates about sport and recreation services

Recreation and sport provide important opportunities to improve physical health, quality of life and well-being in our communities. As a result, some data suggest that 98 per cent of Canadians believe that recreation and parks are essential services. However, recent data also indicates a decline in sport participation over the past 20 years. In 2021, adults in Canada received an F for sedentary behaviours on the Participaction Report Card, suggesting that participation in recreation and physical activities is also declining. There are a variety of reasons for why participation in sport and recreation is on the decline, including lack of opportunities,...

Overdose Prevention Centers save lives (opinion)

Tuesday, May 10, was our nation’s first-ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day, created by a broad coalition of nonprofit organizations, major corporations, government agencies, and schools whose mission is to raise awareness about the presence of fentanyl in counterfeit pills. Illegally made fentanyl is the primary driver of the recent...