SourcePoint Global Outreach

SourcePoint Global Outreach is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2001. Through our outreach projects, we are dedicated to serving the welfare and upliftment of our local and global community.

SourcePoint Global Outreach offers a variety of humanitarian services. We sponsor our own projects and we combine our efforts with other international organizations, implementing humanitarian projects to assist those in need around the world. Please take a few minutes to view our projects below.

- Solar Light Project

There are 2 billion people in developing countries without adequate sources of light. This project of SourcePoint Global Outreach brings some light to the world, providing high quality solar powered flashlights to villages in developing countries without access to electricity or healthy, sustainable sources of lighting.

- Naljor Prison Dharma Service

Providing teachings of compassion and nonviolence and a 29-page Resource Directory for Prisoners to men and women in prison throughout the USA. Our resource materials are used by numerous prison outreach organizations and individuals working directly with those in prison.

- Tibetan Children’s Village Clothing Project

Through the generosity of our contribution team, SourcePoint Global Outreach has been able to provide numerous boxes of warm clothing to Tibetan refugee children living at the Tibetan Children’s Village in India.

- EMF Assessment, Consulting and Remediation Services

Electromagnetic field pollution (EMF) is a growing threat to our health and well-being. Over 8,000 scientific studies have been published documenting the negative effects of man-made EMFs on our health. Through local community outreach, we provide EMF assessment, consulting, and remediation for homes and businesses. We help protect peoples’ health by creating a safer home and office environment.

- Solar Cooker Project

Through this project, 42 solar cookers were provided for households in Ragongma and Dzelangtang Villages. The goal of this project was to greatly reduce women’s labor as well as that of school-aged children, to protect the forests, and prevent further environmental degradation.

- The SourcePoint Practice

Ancient, modern and revolutionary, The SourcePoint Practice is derived from 2,600 year old wisdom teachings and is supported by modern medical research. The SourcePoint Practice is one of the finest methods a person can use to create a revolutionary shift in their perception, health, and way of life. Through this project we distribute copies of The SourcePoint Practice brochure throughout the world.