Dharma Trading Founder, Isaac Goff, Announces Exciting New MIlestone Reached
by Dharma Children's Heart Repair
An "epiphany" led to Isaac Goff establishing Dharma Trading Co. in 1969. Vision, hard work and a commitment to ethical business practice has led Dharma to become a leading supplier for fiber artists and artisans the world over. But that's not all they do.
For some years now, Dharma has been doing social projects — including funding open heart surgeries for children from poor and indigenous families in Bolivia. Earlier this year, Dharma's Children's Heart Repair completed its 100th successful open heart surgery. And on March 26, 2015, at 9:30 am, the first public hospital pediatric cardiac surgery ever in Bolivia was successfully performed on a 5 and a half month-old baby. More about Dharma Social Projects.
More about that "epiphany."
Writer-Director Matthew Cooke Attracts Major Talent and Support for
Groundbreaking New Docuseries that Focus on Key Issues Challenging America
The first documentary in the series, A SURVIVOR'S GUIDE TO PRISON
is executive produced by Susan Sarandon, Adrian Grenier, Mike de la Rocha, and Bryn Mooser, and produced by Steve DeVore and Saturday Entertainment. The project also features singer Harry Belafonte, activist Aqeela Sherrills, and exoneree Jeff Deskovic. The film centers on the case of Bruce Lisker, who was wrongfully convicted of murdering his mother and served 26 years in prison before being exonerated in 2009. More
Like Isaac, Matthew also works from his own deep inner commitment and passion — as well as compassion.