WHAT IS THE CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT, INC.?
The Center For Development, Inc. is a public foundation set up for scientific, religious, educational and charitable purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c) 3 of the Internal Revenue Code of the United States.
It was established in December of 2007. Its current place of business is PO Box 54, Prescott, Arizona, 86302-0054 USA; Phone: (928) 445-7690.
The Center For Development, Inc. exists to educate people throughout the world about how to reach their highest potential, in terms of physical health and development. Development is a genetic science.
What is development? Feeding the body particular foods, taking certain nutritional supplements and following a healthful lifestyle “turns on” certain genes that greatly improve health and lengthen the lifespan. The genes are found in what genetic scientists call “junk DNA” or non-coding DNA. This is a long process but very rewarding in many ways.
To carry out its mission, the Center For Development offers charitable support for those who wish to follow a development program who cannot otherwise afford to do so. We call this the scholarship program.
THE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
At this time, the scholarship program offers short-term financial assistance for children up to age 18 and for women up to age 30. The goal is help produce healthy children. We currently support about 30 people, mostly children.
In the future, we hope to be able to afford to support more people.
To help with this and all our programs, we accept tax-deductible donations of any size. For details, read Financial Support.
Current members of the Board Of Directors are Dr. Lawrence Wilson, (MD) president, Dr. Bonnie Friehling, MD, secretary, and Dr. John Himinkool, DC.
The main office worker is Dr. Lawrence Wilson. He grew up in a Hebrew home in the state of New York, USA. Due to illness in his family, he became interested in nutrition at the age of 20.
He received a Bachelor of Science degree from the Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, class of 1972. He also earned a Medical Degree (MD) from the Centro De Estudios Universitarios Xochicalco: (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xochicalco_University)
He passed the ECFMG exam for foreign medical graduates. Today, he chooses to work as a nutrition consultant without a medical license because licensing greatly restricts what a doctor can do. For more details, see Dr. Wilson’s Bio.
FUNDING AND DONATIONS
Most funds for the foundation’s work have come from Dr. Wilson’s savings and his consulting and commission income. The foundation is small, and all funds are safely invested at Vanguard Investments.
We greatly appreciate donations of any size to help with these activities. To donate, please visit Donating To The Center For Development.