Party for the Health of It

Party for the Health of It (previously Party with a Purpose and Agency) engaged 3,100 millennials in global health from 2010-2013. Mentioned at the World Economic Forum as an innovative engagement mechanism for young people, the party invited and activated a new generation to generously contribute their resources to global health.

Advised by a volunteer board, the party raised awareness and funds to combat rotavirus in Kenya 2010 (PATH), tuberculosis in Haiti 2011 (Infectious Disease Research Institute), maternal and neonatal death in Timor Leste 2012 (Health Alliance International) and waterborne disease in Tanzania 2013 (University of Washington, Washington State University, PATH).