Philanthropy

Berglund Law Office Philanthropy Efforts

Ronald Berglund Law Office Philanthropy Efforts consist of two programs both on service and education.

The first program is his U.S-based Dare to Be Wealthy & Happy program which provides books, seminars and workshops for American high school students trying to figure out “what they want to be when they grow up”.

The second program is Computers without Borders (CWB). The mission of CWB is to procure, refurbish and deliver personal computers to impoverished schools in the developing world to help students learn to use technology to achieve better lives.

Philanthropy Mission

“Philanthropy” consists of private initiatives, for the public good, which focus on improving quality of life. Whereas “charity” aims to relieve the pain of a particular social problem, philanthropy attempts to address the “root cause” of the problem. Both of my philanthropic efforts are geared to addressing the root causes of poverty and the inability to earn a “living wage”.

The foci of both of my initiatives are:

  1. Service; and
  2. Education.

The first program is my U.S-based Dare to Be Wealthy & Happy program which provides books, seminars and workshops for American high school students trying to figure out “what they want to be when they grow up”. The mission of the Dare to Be Wealthy & Happy program is to help high school students figure out “where they go from here” when they graduate. The seminars and books are tailored for high school students getting ready to make the momentous transition into their adult lives. My mission is to help students select and achieve the most lucrative and successful paths possible to meet the demands of our ever changing, evolving American workplace.

My second philanthropic initiative is Computers without Borders (CWB), a 501(C)(3) corporation established in 2013. The mission of CWB is to procure, refurbish and deliver personal computers to impoverished schools in the developing world to help students learn to use technology to achieve better lives. Students in the developing world urgently need refurbished technology to enable them to compete in the ever-evolving global marketplace.

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