Announcing Timmy Global Health’s 2016-17 Annual Report:
A year of great progress for the organization and the people we serve locally and abroad!
Dear Timmy Global Health Supporters,
I am excited and proud to join Timmy Global Health as the new executive director. Timmy presents an incredible opportunity to fuse my passions and experience in global health service delivery, policy, and education towards a single goal: improving health in underserved communities, both today and in the future.
Timmy’s work is made possible by an incredible community of supporters, all of whom inspire me every day. Our volunteers at home and abroad dedicate energy and expertise to strengthen community health in Ecuador, Guatemala, the Dominican Republic, and Nigeria.
Our Timmy chapter students play key roles on our service trips, help fund our referrals program, and we work to adress health challenges locally and globally. Our overseas partners facilitate our trips and referrals. help us invest in prevention, and ensure that we sustain deep ties to the communities where we work. Our financial supporters enable us to bring care and medicines to those most in need, and invest in communities’ long-term health.
My vision is for Timmy to be a model of service as a bridge to community-owned development, founded on a base of trusting partnerships that deliver lasting returns on all sides.
I want to personally thank you for supporting the work that we do at Timmy Global Health. Together we are investing in the neccessary care for peole. We are offering hope. Thank you.
Kristina Graff, Executive Director
The IU Virtu Project
As part of Timmy’s mission of empowering students, the organization is thrilled to support this unique opportunity to work with the Virtu Project at Indiana University, a business course focused on mock investing and the stock market. The Virtu Project creates a unique opportunity for students to engage in a three-year course focused on hands-on learning, particularly in the areas of ethical investing, networking, teamwork, and creative problem-solving. The project generates funds for Timmy through a combination of donor pledges and mock investing in the stock market, and over the past five years has raised over $45,000 for the organization. Learn more about the project and how you can get involved on the IU Virtu Project page.