The Ice Cream Dream Foundation uses an ice cream as a medium for kids to become more mindful and hopeful
WE WANT TO LET LESS PRIVILEGED CHILDREN KNOW THERE ARE PEOPLE IN SOCIETY WHO CARE ABOUT THEM.
There are millions of orphans and children from poor homes, who have not experienced the joys of childhood as we know it.
From the earliest days of their life they are fighting to fill their stomach with food and/or living in abusive homes. For most of them, a simple childhood experience such as eating an ice cream is a dream never to come true.
At Ice Cream Dream, we have a goal that we strongly believe in. We want to be able to give smiles to half a million less privileged children by the end of 2022.
The purpose of the Ice Cream Dream Foundation is quite simply to provide a “scoop of happiness” and joy, to less privileged children around the world, by giving them ice cream.
A world in which children experience joy and enjoy a happy childhood.
Ice Cream Dream is a foundation that brings happiness and joy to less privileged children.
OUR OBJECTIVE, QUITE SIMPLY, IS TO SPREAD HOPE AND JOY AMONG THE YOUNGEST GENERATION
We strongly believe our next generations need to have faith in goodness, confidence in themselves and in society, and learn to live mindfully. The best way to deliver what we desire will be to create a beautiful experience around the message.
There are millions of orphans and children from underprivileged communities who have not experienced any joys of childhood.
From birth, they are fighting to fill their stomachs with food or living in abusive homes. For those who are not in dire states, getting one of the delightful experiences of childhood, having an ice cream treat, is considered a wasteful expense and often does not ever happen. Our mission is to provide fresh, delicious ice cream to those children who need a scoop of happiness the most.
We want to give hope to less privileged children and let them know there are people in society who care about them. We want to be able to give smiles to half a million less privileged children by the end of 2022.