Organizations

RANCHO
DE CHIHUAHUA

Rancho de Chihuahua (RDC) is a 5013C non-profit dog sanctuary in the mountains of northern New Mexico. RDC is based on a singular and science-based healing methodology, and has great luck healing the ‘impossibles.’
All our dogs come from shelters. All of our dogs are ‘special needs.’
We take in two distinct ‘types.’ One half of our dogs are in hospice care. One-half are long-term rehabilitations. They come with serious physical and/or psychological conditions and often require years of treatment before becoming eligible for adoption. A few will never be eligible, so they live with us as “lifers.’ This makes our spaces available very far and few between.
End-of-life care, and how a dog dies is very important to us. We pay particular attention to providing a loving, fear-free, pain-free end.

CREATING
EQUILIBRIUM

EQ is a solutions-focused, innovation forum—an insight incubator experienced through a conference, concert, and immersive festival. The goals of the events and platform are to foster radical new approaches to solving critical global issues by building bridges between world-renowned technologists and world-saving environmentalists. We invite business, industry, and government into the discussion.
We create new business opportunities and new communities in and around social and environmental impact issues. We do this by blending together our unique understanding of future tech, with modern day capitalism and investment with Arts, Music and events.
EQ disrupts the normal barriers of diversity and division by bringing people together in a more fun and relaxed way, to help creative and innovative business ideas to fuse together to to solve real problems through social engagement and business and investment development. All backed by a fund and team of investors that will help create and develop these ideas from conception to reality.
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