The Darwin Project is a 501 (c)3 charitable organization
The Darwin Project exists to improve the quality of life for people, animals and the earth, through small acts of kindness which affect the individual, family and community, particularly the disenfranchised and under-served in our communities. We believe that the health and wellbeing of humans, animals and our natural environment are intricately intertwined.
“The idea that some lives matter less is the root of all that is wrong with the world.”
One of the most prevalent causes of poor outcomes post orthopedic surgery, including disfigurement, loss of limb, disability and death, is infection.
Darwin Project Director, Jonathan Haar, saw the importance of creating access to an affordable Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Device (NPWT) for use in resource depleted areas.
While there are many places in the world with children living in dire conditions, the Darwin Project has tried to follow the wisdom of Mother Teresa and has “adopted” the Mangochi Orphanage and School in Malawi as our focus on children in Africa.
Global Surgery & Public Health
Early Childhood Learning &
Support for the Disenfranchised
Support for U.S. Soldiers & Veterans
Animal Rights & Well-Being
Wind Power Technology
Environmental Learning & Stewardship
We directly fund proactive projects by charitable organizations on a one time basis or on an annual basis to help sustain a program.
“…we have no choice but to try to better ourselves, touch those around us, shape and challenge our community, and ultimately, change the world — and thus leave a lasting memory.”
Jonathan & Linda Haar