Flourish with Be Priceless
Why Are We All Priceless?
Our name Be Priceless represents our belief that every living being is priceless and limitless, no matter their background. We envision that every child can enjoy their full potential to flourish.
We are a community-centered non-profit group with expertise from diverse professions that provides FREE health education to strengthen children, youth, and families' personal and collective growth, well-being and safety, especially those facing higher risks.
Together we foster a community that embodies inclusive, equitable, and regenerative flourishing.
Our SEED course improves participants' quality of life:
- Children: better health, emotional regulation, well-being and safety.
- Caregivers: better well-being and safety in themselves, their children and their families.
We are fully self-funded by our founders, who committed their expertise and resources to strengthening the health, resilience, and equity our community.
We believe that no one should be left behind in taking part in empowering life-skills training to be growing, well and safe.
Our community that we nourish together will flourishes better than ever! Your actions matter. Join us in transforming the lives of you, your family, and your community for flourishing.
SEED Courses are empowering and engaging life skills training that strengthens children, youth, caregivers, and their communities' capacity and practices for personal and collective flourishing, well-being and safety.
SEED Course and learning materials are rigorously co-developed over 8 years by more than 150 trans-sectoral professionals who serve high-risk communities (doctors, nurses, counselors, educators, mindfulness teachers, social workers, public health and child protection workers, and more), storytellers, artists, as well as multicultural children, youth, and caregivers.
Our lessons, animations, songs, games and home practices are fun, interactive and practical. Children, youth, parents and other caregivers are at the heart of our program. Their views and partnerships drive our course design, impact assessment, and ongoing services development. Together we apply participatory design and systems thinking to make sure our services fit the interests of our community members, especially those who face higher risks or greater challenges.
We transform evidence, best practices, and wisdom from diverse fields into empowering activities. Our content puts into actions the WHO's health guidance (mental, physical and social well-being), social and emotional learning, INSPIRE, Convention of Children's Rights, Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, Sustainable Development Goals, and more.
We are committed to being accountable and transparent about the quality, safety, and impact of our service. We have stringent child safety, data security and integrity policies that every team member and participant must follow.
Our courses are extensively reviewed by the participants (international ethics board approved anonymized impact assessments). We report our the results of our programs openly and in community-centered storytelling reports (see our impact reports).