Welcome to The Neurotech Foundation
A message from the President of The Neurotech Foundation
This is an exciting time for Neurotech, LLC. We officially established a philanthropic, 501(c)3 organization called The Neurotech Foundation. Although Neurotech's employees have been volunteering and donating to human suffering causes since 2017, it was time to solidify our commitment by helping others in need worldwide. The creation of this Foundation and the ability to participate in impactful change makes working at Neurotech, LLC so special for me and many others.
Our organization, Neurotech, LLC, tithes a percentage of our profits to support The Neurotech Foundation. We use these funds to sponsor efforts to help end human suffering-related causes. These projects have included feeding the homeless, donating school supplies, fighting human trafficking, assisting immigrants to get food and clothing, sponsoring EEG tech education in LMICs (low and missile income countries), sponsoring medications for individuals with epilepsy in LMICs, donating medical supplies and medical equipment to LMICSs, as well as many other initiatives.
We are known for our work in EEG Technologist training programs in LMICs. Through these projects, Neurotech EEG Technologists volunteer to train and mentor medical professionals on how to become EEG Technologists. We do this through remote and in-person training programs. Our goal is to assist in developing a sustainable epilepsy program that can properly diagnose and treat these patients living in LMICs.
The beautiful thing about this Foundation is that the work lifts up those who volunteer just as much as it lifts up those individuals we can help. The Foundation requires Neurotech employees to be involved in a project for it to receive funding. We want to support fighting any injustice our employees are passionate about. Being able to contribute to something greater than yourself is such a gift; we believe this helps us as individuals grow personally and/or in our faith journey.
Please know my faith in Jesus Christ has led me to be bold and live to do more through actions and not words. Therefore, I have never before put our efforts on public display through social media or a website. I want to honor God's commandment: "(3) But when you give to the needy, do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing, (4) so that your giving may be in secret. And your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.… (Matthew 6:3-4)".
However, through the console of other Christian believers and prayer, it has been revealed to me that we must be bold and share the good news of Christ through our actions. Many have asked me how they can learn more about the projects we support, how they can become involved, etc. Thus, we created this website to share our mission, vision, and values to honor God! As scripture also states: "(15) Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead, they put it on its stand, giving light to everyone in the house. (16) In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven. (Matthew 5:15-16)".
God gets the glory and honor, not us, for what is accomplished through the Foundation. We are just the stewards of the provisions God supplies to our businesses. We pray this website can be a vessel to share, inform, collaborate, and maybe even pray with other like-minded individuals.
In closing, I hope you find the website transparent in who we are and what we are trying to accomplish through God's guidance. Please know we are open to working with all types of people with different faith beliefs or with no conviction whatsoever. I want the message to be clear we can only do this through God's blessings, and we want to help all who ask, as Jesus did.
Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions.
President of The Neurotech Foundation