World Improvement Network (WIN) data bases, researches, and develops known technologies (techniques in knowledge) that will dramatically improve life on earth. Our network of highly qualified engineers, scientists, doctors, and other professionals join to keenly examine breakthroughs from around the world. Innovative new answers are bought out and suppressed everyday, while the public remains asleep and unaware. However, through our special network of contributors WIN is able to present working demonstrations for the public to see and touch.
World Improvement Network
World Improvement Network
We offer cures for diseases & paradigm shift energy answers.
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For those who are more fortunate and find themselves in a position to be able to support our work with a financial contribution please click here and provide whatever you can - we appreciate all donations!
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Think Globally - Act Locally!
WIN has made arrangements to have several mobile homes donated by local business to be refurbished into gift homes for those who have lost their homes due to fire, flood or other disasters. Be a part of the solution by helping us purchase the necessary materials to get these homes into a comfortable living arrangement for folks who truly need assistance! Your contribution is tax deductible!.
Here is one example of a past build we were able to accomplish through generous donations by both business and private invidivuals...
The Paradigm Shift is Now
The Fate of the entire Earth is in all our hands...
You may have heard of another project of WIN originator, Dave Parker, using your donations to 'rescue' layaway toys from Walmart for Christmas delivery for poor families with children. Toys have also been donated to this project by local toy stores. We hope to continue this project annually, with your continued support.
We can wring our hands in dismay, or we can join together to make things better!
We remodeled the floors with ceramic tile, installed new windows, sheetrock walls. and made the outside look like a cabin. The siding is one of many experimental free siding materials. This is a sample of free slabwood from the cedar mill designed to hide that the building was ever a mobile home in the first place.We also used the slabwood to make a fence around the property for a mother and her children.
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HI ! I AM DAVE PARKER AND I WANT YOU TO HELP ME IMPROVE THE WORLD!!! JOIN OUR $10.00 RECURRING DONATION CLUB OF SILVER MEMBERS TO SUPPORT GIVING HOMES AND CHRISTMAS PRESENTS TO CHILDREN!