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​​Our Plan

We are in the start-up, foundation stage.


Our current objective is to build a very strong foundation by hand-selecting a powerful team. For 2023, we will focus our energy on networking, team building, marketing, fundraising, hosting community events.


Our first development will be a new build or remodel that is sustainability focused. We will develop a Live/Work/Learn/Play Therapeutic Campus for Special Needs Families in the San Francisco Bay Area, named 7H20. Our nonprofit specifically caters to all ages and stages of people with brain and developmental disabilities. Cities we want to build in: San Leandro by the Marina, Lafayette by the Reservoir, Martinez by Briones or the water, Benicia by the water, Palo Alto by the water. We stay coastal due to brain chemistry changing in heat, causing an increase in seizures, psychosis, SPD and ASD episodes, dementia and Alzheimer's episodes, memory loss, confusion, heat stroke, migraines, etc. Due to Global Warming, we want to develop coastal campuses to maintain a healthy heat index. These 5 cities are in Alameda, Contra Costa, Solano, and Santa Clara Counties. Building in all 5 locations will allow us to create equity in serving Bay Area Special Needs Families. 


We will fund our mission and vision with the income of our social franchise locations, income from our in-house projects, sponsorships, developers, private donors, angel investors, insurances, school districts, regional centers, city, county and state funding, fundraisers, partnerships with other nonprofits, government aid, and grants.


We will have a Collabortive Union with robust perks and benefits to prevent high turn-over and burn-out. We will be using AI and robotics for many of our needs.


Our future plan is to add social franchise locations beyond the San Francisco Bay Area and along California's coast, like Humboldt County (we have a place targeted in McKinleyville), LA, and San Diego. Our long-term hope is for other states to create a "Georgia BrainWaves" or a "Florida BrainWaves."


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