*ANEW: Surplus Repurposing Serves Communities

By raising awareness and providing informed assistance on alternate forms of disposal and reuse and developing environmentally sustainable practices, Anew is changing the way the design, architectural and real estate industries think about and respond to their surplus.

Live Below the Line

In 1997, a 14-year-old boy had the chance to go to the Philippines as a Youth Ambassador for World Vision. There he met another young boy who lived in the slums. At once he realized that it was only by accident of birth that his friend lived in such extreme poverty. In that moment, Hugh Evans knew he would dedicate his life to making sure children like his friend would not have to experience such hardship.

You Can Be the Cure for Leukemia

Support the work of Be The Match. Each year, 10,000 patients with leukemia, lymphoma and many other diseases need a marrow transplant from an unrelated donor, but only half receive one. Help add more members to the Be The Match Registry, so that every patient can find a match. Learn More Here.

Small Voices: The Story Behind the Film

After a year’s worth of pre-production, I was finally ready to begin filming on my documentary Small Voices: The Stories Of Cambodia’s Children, an in depth examination of the struggles of the street and garbage dump children who live and work in a society that has largely forgotten them.

ANEW: Surplus Repurposing Serves Communities

By raising awareness and providing informed assistance on alternate forms of disposal and reuse and developing environmentally sustainable practices, Anew is changing the way the design, architectural and real estate industries think about and respond to their surplus.