The Fix the World Organization began in 2012 as a dream to leave behind the ways of the corporate world to endeavor to do business a different way. What began essentially as a group of friends who all got together to collaborate on a common project, eventually turned into an organization with an impact in small projects around the world. Fix the World S.A.R.L. began in America, but then later on moved to set up its headquarters in Morocco.
Fix the World is not a government or religious organization or ministry, nor are we a non-profit. The Fix the World Business model is unique and altruistic in it foundation. Fix the world creates different projects that help people and the planet and that also generate income. Then we take a portion of that revenue and invest it back into other people’s projects to help them with their startups. Fix the world projects center around health products, technology products and green living, and educational products video courses and literature. The projects that we invest in include small business start-ups in impoverished countries that center around clean water, energy access, small business clothing and food retail, and local farmers.
Why we ask for sponsorship
We have had amazing support from incredible people over the years, if it wasn’t for these folks, we would not be able do all that we do. As with any startup organization, we’ve had vast fluctuations in our resources which can make it difficult to plan and can cause delays. Having supporters that are willing to contribute a small monthly amount towards some of our operating costs makes it easier to implement our projects and plan out our strategies so that our work is effective. We strive to have the most minimal expenses that we could possibly have in order to be more sustainable. Sponsorship contributions go towards the operating costs incurred by setting up our various platforms that we run our projects on. This includes a sophisticated software suite, marketing expenses, and shipping and equipment expenses. Wherever possible we do most of our own creative work in-house.
As an incentive, we’ve come up with creative gifts as a way to say thank you to our sponsors. We are giving away some of our unique orgonite pendants and plates, plus a digital download of our new popular book “Forbidden Tech”. Also we give away special access to FTW TV, which is library of planet changing shows and interview. In addition to this, we are thrilled to share a weekly story from one of the projects that we’ve helped to support delivered right to your inbox.
About Hope Girl
Hope Girl is Naima Morris who holds an MBA and a variety of business experience in corporate and government finance and small business entrepreneurship. In 2012, she left the corporate world to build an online business through blogging, marketing, teaching and a passion for humanitarian projects. In 2014 her stepfather designed and open sourced a free energy generator prototype. She traveled around the world building free energy prototypes and growing her online business. This is also when she met her partner Tivon Rivers. She has played a large role as a public spokesperson for her family’s free energy project and their academy. Naima and Tivon are both American ex-pats that live and work together in Morocco while they work on various global projects and run the Fix The World Organization.