Here is a brief history of Ourea nonprofit, including its beginnings as Therapy on Demand Foundation:
Ourea is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and restoring the environment. We work with local communities to promote sustainable practices and protect natural resources. Our mission is to create a world where people and nature can live in harmony.
2015: Therapy on Demand Foundation is born
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The origins of Ourea can be traced back to 1991, when a group of passionate individuals founded Therapy on Demand Foundation. The foundation's initial focus was on providing mental health services to underserved communities.
2000: Therapy on Demand Foundation expands its focus to environmental protection
In the early 2000s, Therapy on Demand Foundation began to expand its focus to include environmental protection. This shift was driven by a growing recognition of the interconnectedness of mental and environmental health.
2005: Therapy on Demand Foundation changes its name to Ourea
In 2005, Therapy on Demand Foundation officially changed its name to Ourea. The new name reflects the organization's broader mission of creating a more sustainable world.
2010: Ourea launches its flagship program, the Ourea EcoSchool
In 2010, Ourea launched its flagship program, the Ourea EcoSchool. The program provides environmental education and training to children in rural communities.
2015: Ourea expands its reach to international communities
In 2015, Ourea expanded its reach to international communities, working with partners in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
Today: Ourea continues to make a positive impact on the environment
Today, Ourea is a leading non-profit organization dedicated to environmental protection. We work with local communities, governments, and businesses to create a more sustainable future for all.
Ourea's work has been recognized by the United Nations and other international organizations. We are committed to continuing to make a positive impact on the environment for generations to come.