The Corvus Mission
Make the world a Safer Place
Building a Safer World
Our commitment to making the world a safer place is at the core of everything we do. We believe that everyone has the right to feel safe and secure, and we're proud to be doing our part to make that a reality.
Our Safer World Committee is made up of a team of dedicated volunteers who are passionate about making a positive impact on the world. Through structured programs and pre-approved resources, Corvids are empowered to create meaningful change in their communities.
Our committee is motivated by a sense of responsibility and a desire to contribute to the greater good. We organize a variety of activities and initiatives, including knowledge-sharing sessions, service projects, clean-ups, backpack drives, food drives, and more.
We believe that together, we can create a safer, more secure world for everyone. If you share our vision and want to get involved, we welcome you to join our Safer World Committee. Together, we can make a positive impact and create a better future for all.
Safer World Activities
Safer World Changemaker is a prestigious title that recognizes individuals who are committed to making a positive impact in their communities and the world. It is a title that brings pride and recognition to the individuals who receive it and serves as a testament to their dedication to creating a safer and more sustainable future
Donation for a Cause:
High Flyer Donations
Safer World Employee Initiatives
Mission-driven initiatives that empower individuals to make a positive impact in their local communities and the world. The grant provides funding and resources for the selected individuals to pursue their passion for creating a safer and more sustainable future.
Staff Software Engineer
For his Sabbatical, Aaron headed to Tanzania, a country in East Africa, to immerse himself in the culture, help construct necessary buildings for the community, and also worked as a part-time medic.
Rachel Jenner Hart
Rachel combined her passions (travel and elephants) to a community. She helped out 12 retired/disabled elephants while providing support to a local indigenous ethnic minority group in Cambodia.