All Together Now International

aka ATNI   |   Boulder, CO   |  www.alltogether.org
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Mission

Our mission is to advance in underdeveloped countries unique programs that foster self-sufficiency, personal responsibility, and community building while addressing people's most basic needs. Our core program involves the design and replication of health delivery system prototypes for the prevention and treatment of spinal diseases in children. We promote other innovative, locally sustainable programs that: * Provide housing and education to destitute or orphaned children *Deliver requisite health services to impoverished women, promoting their health and enabling them to provide greater care and support to their families * Create economic self-sufficiency for impoverished women through learn to earn programs that give them the necessary knowledge and skills to manage their own small businesses

Ruling year info

1997

Principal Officer

Cynthia T. Kennedy, Esq.

Main address

PO Box 7111

Boulder, CO 80306

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EIN

84-1418750

NTEE code info

Fund Raising and/or Fund Distribution (E12)

Health - General and Rehabilitative N.E.C. (E99)

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Life-Saving Surgeries in the US
With the arrival of Drolma Lhamo, a 10-year old Tibetan orphan girl, ATNI has brought five children from the Himalayan region to the United States for surgical and rehabilitation procedures to treat their life-threatening spinal diseases and resulting deformities. Each child has received approximately $200,000 in donated medical services form doctors, hospital staff, laboratory technicians, therapists, and support staff. These children's cases involve disease processes so advanced that the kinds of spinal surgery and treatment required to save their lives are best performed here in the US.

The Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children (HRDC)
All Together Now International has been helping for several years to fund Nepal's first and only spinal surgical center for children, the Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children (HRDC), located near Kathmandu in Banepa, Kavre, Nepal. HRDC's objective is to identify spine problems early during childhood, and to institute effective management plans for these young patients. The Centre's efforts are focused on very poor children, most of whom are less than 16 years old. The HRDC spine program involves center based screening, case selection, patient management including operative and non-operative treatment, a special spine clinic for surgical intervention when necessary, and requisite patient follow-uHRDC operates 50 mobile clinics each year that travel to remote parts of Nepal.

Children's Home
ATNI supports Children's Home, an organization established in 1989 to provide education, health care, and a residential facility to the orphaned, abandoned, underprivileged, or needy children of Nepal. The organization runs two facilities: a boys? orphanage in Mahendranagar, in the far western area of Nepal, which houses 64 boys aged 4-18, and a girls? orphanage in Kathmandu, which houses 46 girls, aged 1-19.

Shanti Sewa Griha
Located in Kathmandu, Nepal, Shanti Sewa Griha (Peaceful Helping Home) is the name of our leprosy and medical clinic project, where some of the most desperate patients are helped. Leprosy still carries a terrible stigma, and so the afflicted are not only sick, they are social outcasts cut off from any contact with their community. Leprosy is curable, however, and the afflicted individuals can receive vocational training despite disfigurement and the loss of fingers that sometimes occurs. Shanti trains the patients in weaving, knitting, and other art forms so they can be productive and self-sustaining. Given medical treatment, job training, respect and love, these former outcasts are offered the chance to live a meaningful life.


Rokpa International
Rokpa means 'help' in Tibetan. Based in Switzerland, the Rokpa International organization has 18 branches around the world. Akong Tulku Rinpoche and Swiss actress Lea Wyler founded Rokpa in 1980. All Together Now International supports the branch in Boudha, Kathmandu, which features a residence for children from the street, a soup kitchen that feeds the homeless during winter, a medical clinic, and a clothes depot. Rokpa has also initiated a sponsorship program within which children receive financial and material support to better provide for their living and education.

Kala Raksha
ATNI supports Kala Raksha, a grassroots trust working in Gujarat, India. Kala Raksha works to preserve and promote traditional arts by assisting artisan cooperatives and women embroiderers from six marginalized communities. The belief underpinning this simple program is that women can achieve self-sufficiency by developing their crafts, managing their small businesses, and making intelligent decisions about how to use the income they generate.

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All Together Now International

Board of directors
as of 06/14/2006
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Gwendoline Van Doosselaere

Jennifer Cleary

Wendell Wallach

Steve Harrison