Miraglo Foundation

MIRAGLO FOUNDATION
Supporting Innovative Education

The Studio at Pacific Pearl La Jolla was created through the financial support of Miraglo Foundation and the Taylor Advised Endowment Fund for Integrative and Holistic Medicine Education and Research.

Miraglo Foundation was co-founded by Rauni Prittinen King, RN, President,  and Mimi Guarneri , MD, FACC, ABOIM, Treasurer.

MISSION: “Healing people and transforming lives through education, health and research.”

WEBSITE: http://www.miraglofoundation.org

Miraglo Foundation, founded in 2011, is dedicated to providing healthcare and education to the underserved. Grants are given to support programs nationally and internationally that enhance the sustainability of people and communities. The non-profit was created after traveling to developing countries and witnessing poverty and starvation, with the goal of more effectively improving the lives of those in greatest need.

In the words of Miraglo Foundation’s founders, “Our goal is to promote love, dignity and healing to those in need around the world. The international board of directors oversees each and every donation, gift and expense. Your generous gifts enable us to fulfill our vision and mission of delivering healthcare and education to underserved communities globally.”

Learn more about Miraglo Foundation  at: www.miraglofoundation.org

Miraglo Foundation was featured in the 10th Anniversary Issue of San Diego Woman Magazine in August, 2017. Miraglo feature cropped SD Woman Magazine 7-2017

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Our goal is to promote love, dignity and healing to those in need and the undeserved around the world. We thank our generous donors enabling us to create miracles locally and globally.

We would also like to give a special thank you and recognition to the following organizations that have supported our vision:

  • Taylor Advised Endowment Fund for Integrative and Holistic Medicine Education and Research
  • Loram Maintenance of Way, Inc.
  • Simms- Mann Family Foundation for funding scholarships for the AIHM Fellowship program

Local and National Projects Funded by Miraglo Foundation:

  • Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine (AIHM)  Development
  • AIHM Inter-Professional Fellowship Program  Development
  • Scholarships for the AIHM Inter-Professional Fellowship Program
  • AIHM Annual Conference with UCSD: People, Planned, Purpose in October 2016, in San Diego, CA hosted and educated over 1000 health care practitioners from 23 countries
  • AIHM International Integrative Medicine Conference in June 2016 in Stuttgart, Germany,  co-sponsored by European partners,  over 600 health care practitioners attended from 47 countries
  • AIHM conference scholarships for pre-med and medical students
  • AIHM Annual Conference 2015 which hosted and educated over 900 health care practitioners
  • Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine (AIHM) educational website development
  • AIHM – Integrative Healthcare Policy Consortium (IHPC) Advocacy in Integrative Health and Medicine
  • Visionary dinner for AIHM Award recipients, the Donors and the Board of Directors
  • AIHM Medical Student’s reception
  • AIHM Membership fund raising with Feeding San Diego program, sponsoring one inner city San Diego School “take home food bags on Fridays”.
  • Global Advances in Healing and Medicine Biofield white paper development
  • Monarch School, San Diego, CA, a public K-12 school for students who are homeless or impacted by homelessness. Monarch School is committed to helping students prepare for a successful future and life.
  • Welcome Home Ministries/FAIR Dorm Project, at Las Colinas Women Detention Center in San Diego is dedicated to preparing and supporting women who are released from confinement. The recidivism rate for women participating in the FAIR dorm program is 6% versus 68% for women who lack this kind of necessary education and support.
  • Opio Haku Mo’olelo, a program in the Hawaii juvenile justice system to empower youth using creative writing, art and music as positive tools, helping youth grasp individual responsibility, integrity and to move forward successfully in life after a brief incarceration.
  • Healing Beyond Borders (Healing Touch International) Healing Touch education and research.
  • Not for Sale, San Francisco based nonprofit anti-human trafficking organization dedicated to empowering individuals and communities affected by trafficking and exploitation. Not for Sale has assisted more than 6.050 men, women, and children out of situations of exploitation.
  • Feeding America San Diego, the largest hunger relief organization in San Diego, distributing 21 million meals within 2014 alone.
  • San Diego Book Project, which delivers thousands of books to underserved communities, locally and globally.
  • Big Animals for Little Kids, an organization bringing joy into the lives of children by visiting them in hospitals, homeless shelters and foster care facilities and wearing their “Big Animals” costumes.
  • Memorial of Dr. Mitchell Gaynor including distribution of Dr. Gaynor’s latest book to over 900 health care practitioner’s at the AIHM conference
  • Light Bridge Hospice to provide Integrative Therapies for people with life threatening disease.
  • Lifestyle Change Program Development at Pacific Pearl La Jolla
  • La Jolla Community Center  Health Fair
  • Las Patronas/San Diego Jewel Ball 2016 Community fundraising publication.
  • Consciousness Healing Initiative (CHI) Summit as an AIHM post conference workshop, Scientific Research Meeting, Sponsor organizations meetings, Space for an office /lab.
  • Consciousness Healing Initiative (CHI) website development
  • Biofield Science and Healing Conference San Diego 2015
  • Biofield Science educational videos
  • Institute for a Sustainable Future is focusing on individual and Planetary Health by attending the following educational forums: Ecology of Care Congress in Denmark and Cambridge Sustainable Healthcare Symposium in UK.
  • Membership to Global Health Council
  • Attended the WHO in Geneva, Switzerland in May, delegation to the World Health Assembly
    • Sri Narayani Hospital and Research Centre, Southern, India. Thanks to our donors, Miraglo has been able to support many of their ongoing needs. The hospital expansion is under way to include a cardiac catheterization laboratory, open heart Surgery Theater. Currently SNHRC Emergency Department admits 5-6 cardiac victims per day that could be saved if the proper interventions, such as stenting, angioplasty and open heart surgery was available. This project is a Miraglo Foundation priority for 2017.
    • Sudanese Children Heart Society:  Children with Rheumatic Heart Disease Screening and Treatment Program in Sudan.
    • SAMMM Project in Southern India is a microloan project empowering women to learn to hand-make shirts, prayer items and tote bags to become the bread winner for their families. Miraglo Foundation ordered 1000 bags for the AIHM conference attendees that were well appreciated by the recipients.
    • To Give a Gift of Sight: Funding provided to a San Diego based eye surgeon who travels to under-served countries (Mexico, Caribbean and Fiji) to provide eye surgery for those in need.
    • Support for pre-school teacher in Southern India to provide care and education to the children of very low income homes, enabling the parents to work.
    • Warm Heart Worldwide Inc. Thailand, is an organization addressing family care, education, microenterprise, environmental concerns, and health care for the elderly and needy in Thailand.
    • Healing Touch education in South Africa, 3 instructors
    • Mari Kelley Cows’ Project, Uganda Africa, is an organization dedicated to finding or purchasing cows and bringing the nourishment of milk, cheese and butter to families in need.
    • Friends of Maiti Nepal, Nepal, is the USA based organization focusing on supporting Maiti Nepal (Mother’s Home) in Kathmandu, Nepal. Maiti Nepal focuses on rescuing young children –mostly girls that have been victims of human trafficking. Our fundraising was initiated with the 2015 catastrophic earthquakes in Nepal. Our funds have been able to provide rebuilding education and rehabilitation as well as healthcare, including hospice care for the women and children infected with AIDS.

International Service Projects Funded by Miraglo Foundation:

  • Sri Narayani Hospital and Research Centre, Southern, India. Thanks to our donors, Miraglo has been able to support many of their ongoing needs. The hospital expansion is under way to include a cardiac catheterization laboratory, open heart Surgery Theater. Currently SNHRC Emergency Department admits 5-6 cardiac victims per day that could be saved if the proper interventions, such as stenting, angioplasty and open heart surgery was available. This project is a Miraglo Foundation priority for 2017.
  • Sudanese Children Heart Society:  Children with Rheumatic Heart Disease Screening and Treatment Program in Sudan.
  • SAMMM Project in Southern India is a microloan project empowering women to learn to hand-make shirts, prayer items and tote bags to become the bread winner for their families. Miraglo Foundation ordered 1000 bags for the AIHM conference attendees that were well appreciated by the recipients.
  • To Give a Gift of Sight: Funding provided to a San Diego based eye surgeon who travels to under-served countries (Mexico, Caribbean and Fiji) to provide eye surgery for those in need.
  • Support for pre-school teacher in Southern India to provide care and education to the children of very low income homes, enabling the parents to work.
  • Warm Heart Worldwide Inc. Thailand, is an organization addressing family care, education, microenterprise, environmental concerns, and health care for the elderly and needy in Thailand.
  • Healing Touch education in South Africa, 3 instructors
  • Mari Kelley Cows’ Project, Uganda Africa, is an organization dedicated to finding or purchasing cows and bringing the nourishment of milk, cheese and butter to families in need.
  • Friends of Maiti Nepal, Nepal, is the USA based organization focusing on supporting Maiti Nepal (Mother’s Home) in Kathmandu, Nepal. Maiti Nepal focuses on rescuing young children –mostly girls that have been victims of human trafficking. Our fundraising was initiated with the 2015 catastrophic earthquakes in Nepal. Our funds have been able to provide rebuilding education and rehabilitation as well as healthcare, including hospice care for the women and children infected with AIDS.

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