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Project Mission

Our Mission is to ensure that everyone has the proper training, opportunities, and technology to advance their Academic, Economic, and Social futures.

From High Touch To High Tech

A playground, took kids and their families to volunteer Army dentists, built a health clinic, and had Army doctors and a nurse visit every Wednesday, they also built a boy scout lodge, playground, and fed an orphanage once a week.

This began to fuel Robert’s passion to make a difference. 

Robert produced an award-winning video and a monograph entitled “The Promise of Rolfing”.

The Promise of Rolfing

Robert produced an award-winning video and a monograph entitled “The Promise of Rolfing”.

He has also published a number of articles on the subject. 

Robert and Dr.Rolf both knew that Rolfing babies at an early age made a significant and possibly scientific  difference in their neuromuscular development

most challenged neighborhoods

Robert has worked with kids with Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Scoliosis, Aspergers, as well as other kids with developmental challenges. 

Robert is now raising a substantial amount of money $250,000- $ 500,000 to work with women and children that are survivors of domestic abuse and or have children with developmental challenges. 

In 1995 Robert began to take his healing work to one of Philadelphia’ most challenged neighbourhoods. He set up his Rolfing table on the sidewalk and offered free sessions to kids in the area. As time went on other volunteers joined the mission giving kids free massages, books, art supplies, athletic and music equipment. They also cleaned up the area and built a playground. in the summer of 1997, Robert and his volunteers began distributing over 50 computers to the families at 9th & Indiana 

Despite the fact that we live in one of the wealthiest countries in the world, poverty and poor education are still rampant. Today technology can make a difference yet far too many families do not have a home computer. Many schools are still using outdated equipment.

The Power and Importance of Touch

Touch is by far the most interesting and necessary of the “five senses”. Any movement requires an acute awareness of one’s own body which is gained through proprioception, an internal form of tactile sense. The sense of touch develops before all other senses in embryos and is the main way in which infants learn about their environment and bond with other people. This sense never turns off or takes a break, and it continues to work long after the other senses fail in old age.

​​​Transforming The Achievement Gap

In Philadelphia alone, we have statistics on 153 of the lowest-performing elementary schools where the math proficiency is 10.5 % and reading is 23.5 %

Throughout our state and around the country these statistics are repeated in school district after school district.

This starts at home and can end there.

Through our hands-on parenting workshops and our amazing learning software donated by, we can literally turn the in a short period of time.